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Dear homeopaths,my son just turned one year old. We are cosleeping and usually waking up 2-4 times a night to be nursed. But the last week he's up every hour with a desire to be breastfed. I also started a constitutional homeopathic remedy for myself a week ago prescribed by md/homeopath. I am wondering if it is a coincidence and the sleeping pattern of my son was triggered to be changed by something else or it was caused my homeopathy! The doctor also didn't tell me the name of the remedy. All thoughts will be appreciated!
  lisa1981 on 2013-10-01
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I don't think its a coincidence. Please talk to your homeopath.

Unless there is a very solid reason, hiding the name of the remedy is unusual.

Doctors tend to do this for patients who are extremely anxious and worry excessively.
fitness 9 years ago
Fitness? thank you for your reply! I will see the doctor next Tuesday to discuss my case. Should I stop taking a remedy until I see my doctor in order not to impose any harm to my child if there is any?
lisa1981 9 years ago

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