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Itchy around eyes and back of knee

Hi,
My son is 5 years old and he is suffering from 9 months. Skin below his eyes is swollen and is very itchy and his skin back of his knees is also very itchy.
I tried sulphur for 1 month and then I tried CINA for 2 months. Still no use. Can anyone help?

Thanks
Lucky
 
  lucky2013 on 2013-09-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi- Please explain what you mean you tried Sulphur for
a month and Cina for 2 months.

What was the potency of sulphur? how many times did you
give it?

What was the potency of Cina and how many times did you give it?

Did the child have any reactions to either of these,
more itching etc, or got better and then got worse?

What was going on 9 months ago when this began?

Were the symptoms the same then? or if different please
advise.
 
simone717 8 years ago
Last year he complained of itching around his anal area and there were little white spots developed on his cheeks. that lasted about 3 -4 weeks. I don't remember what I gave him then. the white spots got cleared and his itching around his anal area is gone. I thought it happened because of worms in his stomach .

After 4 months from this issue the itchings around his eyes and back of knees started and The color also started changing to more dark color blackish under his eyes.
I gave him:
Sulphur 30 c - 2times a day for a month
after that showed no improvement I started
Cina 30c - 2 times a day for 2 months.
Nothing changed. nothing got better. nothing got worse.
I didn't see any change so I stopped the medication.
 
lucky2013 8 years ago
Hi Lucky,

First, you need to know when you give a remedy, you
should try it out at most 3x on one day 4 hours apart.
Wait to see effect, if NO effect then the remedy is wrong. This is for 'Acute'
things that came on suddenly in the last few days or at most two weeks.It maybe
that he has a chronic condition and you need to find out if that is true, and
you yourself cannot prescribe for a chronic condition.

If there is some effect at all, you stop the remedy after
one of those doses and you wait to see how long
the effect is, whether the child feels better or worse,
you wait.Sometimes there can be an aggravation and
then the person feels better. Sometimes they feel
better but the symptoms come back after a couple days
that is when you give another dose.

When was he last seen by the Doctor? I think you need to take
him for a correct diagnosis and parasite stool test if the Doctor thinks
he needs that.

Meanwhile, you can come back on here for remedies after you see
the Doctor. And you can give him 3 doses 4 hours apart of Nux Vomica 30c
to clear his body from the other remedies. 3 pills under the tongue.
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 29 Sep 2013 20:49:14 BST]
 
simone717 8 years ago
Thank you Simone!
I took him 3 times to allopathy doctors. One said it is contact dermatitis. They gave medication used it . It was ok for 1 week and after I stopped the pills it is back again. The other said it is some kind of eczma. Went again and they said just use moisturizer and ph balanced soap.
So I got fed up and looked online and read some articles and gave the medication.
I have to find a homeopathy doctor in our area and take him there.
Thank you!
 
lucky2013 8 years ago
That is probably best bc skin issues need to be seen-even on
here people upload or email the images. If you are in
usa, and you can't find someone you like or it does not
work out, you can click my name and email me, I would
be happy to help you find someone who does skype or
images can be sent. In person, especially for kids is always
best.

Take care,

Simone717
 
simone717 8 years ago

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