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chalazion eczema sudden drops in blood pressure3yo girl

I have a 3yo daughter who developed a chalazion on her upper right outer side of her lid. Around the same time she had a frightening episode of a sudden drop of blood pressure (which ended us in the ER, and have occurred on two other occassions) and also has had incidents of itchy eczema behind her ears and elbows and on her head and chest. These symptoms all started 9 months ago. Though I am currently writing about her chalazion...I felt the need to include the other symptoms that started around the same time. At this point we have used warm compresses and done 6wks of a steroid/antibiotic both with no change. We have also eliminated dairy from her diet. Thank you in advance for any information!
 
  mygarden on 2013-12-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Will analyze and come back.
 
Zady101 6 years ago
Please copy questions from the below link and answer them here. Do mention ALL your complaints therein:

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925/
 
Zady101 6 years ago
Please note: This is an internet forum. Posts are not from medical professionals.


A very good Questionnaire (Set of Questions)

From kadwa on 2009-07-16
107 replies
Rishimba has designed a very good Questionnaire (Set of Questions) for case taking. He designed this long back. i have been using these questions whenever i think that full case taking is needed.

These questions are designed to get the following information from the patient
1. Mental State of the patient
2. Physical Ailments
3. The likely cause for above problems
4. The modalities like whether the patient feels well or worse in hot weather, cold weather etc., he is relieved by / worsenened by hot applications, cold applications etc.

i also thank Rishimba for designing such wonderful tool for case taking. i can also understand the hard work that he has done for desiging these questions.

Patients can use this questionnaire for submitting their cases. The effectiveness of remedy selection is directly proportional to the details provided by the patient while replying these questions.

Patient ID: Sex: Age: female age 3

Please answer the following questions in a descriptive manner after careful analysis and recollection of previous experiences and happenings.

1. Describe your main suffering?
chalazion, sudden drops in blood pressure leaving the child pale with blue lips, eczema (seems better without dairy)


2. What other physical sufferings do you have in your body?



3. What mental sufferings / feelings do you have associated with your physical sufferings?
difficult to answer (3yo)

4. What exactly do you feel when you are at your worst?
feels sick to stomach, points to throat

5. When did it all start? Can you connect it to any past event or disease?
started in March/April


6. Which time of the day you are worst? usually in the morning always in the day

7. What are the things which aggravate your suffering and which are those which ameliorate the same?
difficult to answer 3yo


8. Do your think your sufferings have relation to any external stimuli (like, change of place) or any internal biological changes in the body, like, menses (in females)?

not sure

9. When do you feel better, during hot weather or cold weather, humid or dry weather?

not sure

10. Describe your general mental set up? Are you Moody, Arrogant, Mild, Agreeable Changeable, Nervous, Suspicious, Easily offended, Quiet, Arguing, Irritating, Lazy etc.
moody but sweet, likes to be held but not stroked
- How do you feel before or during a thunderstorm?
scared of thunder
- Do you like being consoled during your tough times? likes to be held but not stroked
- Are you sensitive to external stimuli like smell, noise, light etc?
yes, noise
- Do you have any typical habit or gesture like nail biting, causeless
weeping, talking to one self etc?
sucks fingers, bites nails
- How do you feel about your friends, family, your children and especially your husband / wife?
n/a
11. What are your fears and do you dream of any situation repeatedly?

n/a
12. What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions?
does not like any vegetables

13. How is your thirst: Less, Normal or Excessive? normal

14. How if your hunger: Less, Normal or Excessive?
normal
15. Is there any kind of food which your body can’t stand?
no
16. Is your sweat normal or less or more? Where does it sweat more: Head, Trunk or Limbs?
no
17. How is your bowel movement and stool type?
normal
18. How well do you sleep? Do you have a particular posture of sleeping?
sleeps well

19. Do you think you are able to satisfy your sexual desires in general?
n/a
20. How do you think you are different from others, if at all?
n/a

21. What medications have been taken earlier by you to treat the diseases and do you have any particular symptom surfacing after the medication?
steroid/antibiotic salve for chalazion for 6 wks

22. What major diseases are running in your family?
colitis (mother)

23. Describe, how do you look like? Describe your overall appearance
blonde, light blue eyes, purple circles under eyes
24. (ONLY FOR FEMALES)

Please answer the following questions:
(Please give details of your past menstruation if you have attained menopause.)
- Are the periods early, regular or late in general? How long do they last?
- Do you suffer from any kind of physical or mental discomfort before, during or after the periods?
- Is the flow scanty, normal or excessive?
- Is the blood thick bright red or pale watery?
- Do you notice any clots in the flow?
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mygarden 6 years ago
1) Chalazion:
How did this happen?

When did this happen?

What exactly happens?


2)Sudden drops in blood pressure, leaving the child pale with blue lips:

How did this happen?

When did this happen?

What exactly happens?


3)Eczema:

How did this happen?

When did this happen?

What exactly happens?
 
Zady101 6 years ago
From Zady101 on 2013-12-31
1) Chalazion:
How did this happen? I thought she bumped her eye

When did this happen? It started to show in March 2013

What exactly happens? What started as a small bump, turned into an oblong chalazion...it sometimes crusts and sheds, only to look red again, never diminishing in size


2)Sudden drops in blood pressure, leaving the child pale with blue lips:

How did this happen? no similar circumstances...3 episodes

When did this happen? April 24 around 10am(at home), July 13around 9am (at an event), Dec 15 around 2pm (at a park)

What exactly happens? child complains of feeling sick. has mentioned her throat, feeling of nausea, and the last time said that the air made her feel sick. She then gets very weak, pale white, and lips turn blue...does not loose consciousness, but cannot respond...all three times, her blood pressure was checked and very low.


3)Eczema:

How did this happen? thought it might have to do with dairy or eggs

When did this happen? started this year...child occassionally wakes up in the morning with itchy, scratchy red patches

What exactly happens?child cries, complains, scratches..have to use a cortizone to help...only lasts a day or so...eliminating dairy has made a significant difference
 
mygarden 6 years ago
Does Chalazion let out pus? if yes, what's the color?

possible for you to attach pic of eye?

pls stop using steriod/cortizones on skin.
 
Zady101 6 years ago
No, nothing ever comes out of it... It just goes through a cycle of crusting every few days...
 
mygarden 6 years ago

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