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corn

my niece had a corn in her foot.
she visited a doctor and he told that it is a corn and given her a single dose of Thuja 200 about 15 days back.
Now she has 10-15 small boils of white in colour and some of them are red also. it pains while walking.
need help for this.
is it side effect of medicine?
now what should be given to her?
 
  skmangal on 2013-09-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
She is proving the Thuja remedy. I suggest she antidote it-
camphor will antidote Thuja, and she can try 3 pills of 30c
and wait and see how that does.

Corns usually are from shoes that have a bad effect pushing
the foot into a repeated bad position.
You need to change the shoes, you can get something like
Dr. Scholls medicated corn pads which start removing the
layers of skin until the area is normal. Sometimes the skin
around the corn has been raised and calloused so you can
get a pumice stone and keep exfoliating that area around the
corn if that is the case.

I would do the above rather than taking remedies for this-
it will come back if you don't get the shoes right.
 
simone717 9 years ago
thanx Simone717
 
skmangal 9 years ago
changed her shoes.
camphor 30c single dose given 4-5 days back, but its still occurring and the older are growing.
can we give some medicine for this. its only on one foot.
 
skmangal 9 years ago
Try 3 more doses of Camphor 30c 4 hours apart.
3 pills under the tongue.

If that does not work look at this thread-
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/177619
try that.

If that does not work you can try the aggravation
zapper method- you can google that.

If it does not hurt you can also put something like
Vicks on her feet when she is at rest to get more
camphor onto the skin.

You could also call the homeopath who gave you
this and ask him how to fix this. She is still
proving the remedy as it was not needed.
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 27 Sep 2013 19:59:48 BST]
 
simone717 9 years ago
She is not proving Thuja. Its a temporary aggravation. Give it a few days and it will pass. Your homeopath misjudged the potency, its a human error and can happen.

If you start taking Camphor 30c repeatedly she may develop Camphor proving symptoms and you will be fighting on two fronts instead of one. Instead, try sniffing Vicks or eucalyptus.

ALWAYS revert to the homeopath who gave the remedy in the first place instead of running here & there.

If you have access to a homeopath, follow his directions as you may hurt yourself more from advice of half cooked professionals on this forum.

Its been my experience that a well selected remedy CAN'T be antidoted. Period. If someone claims otherwise, ask them to prove it. Written literature is full of antidotes but they never work.

You will need another remedy based on the aggravation symptoms to control it.

The advise about proper shoes is correct.
 
fitness 9 years ago
This is not a temporary aggravation-
It has been going on for almost FOUR WEEKS.

I am not saying to take Camphor repeatedly. I am saying try
this for one day only and then see how it affects.

You don't need a remedy when it is from a mechanical cause- from
wrong shoes.

I do agree you should ask your homeopath how to antidote this.

This is not a 'well selected remedy'.
 
simone717 9 years ago

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