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Baby (maybe) Teething

My daughter is six months old, happy and full of energy. She has just learned to crawl. She's had quite good sleeping patterns; waking up once or twice during the night. But now for few nights in a row, she has cryed helplessly - in a middle of breast feeding - with no visible reason. On all occations she suddenly started to twist and cry (for ap.10 minutes) and then settled back down. She has also started to "scratch" her gums; so I believe quite strongly that she is teething.

I have some Pulsatilla (c or d 30), but maybe Chamomilla would be better?

She is quite petité, but looks plumb. She has been eating solid foods since she was three months old (also breast feeding continues) and has never had any health problems what so ever.

Could someone please guide me to help find a right remedy for her to help soothe down the teething?
  Mortvile on 2005-10-13
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give your child "calc phos 6x"
3 doses of 2 grain/day,
but if the child has continious disposition to compress the gums and try to bite, then the remedy will be
"phytolica 30" 3 doses/day for
3,4 days.
dr sajid
drsajid last decade
I'm not getting the calc phos 6x.can anybody help me in Bangalore where i can get this medicine?
betavyom last decade
Dr. Sajid's prescription is quite useful but if you do not found any medicine their in your vacanity. Please try Bio Plasegon-21 a product of Dr.Willmar Schowbe, west germany easily available in the market

Dr. Mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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