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baby flat warts help


I've had flat warts on my hands. I've tried homeopathy but Im too sensitive to it. My eight month old baby now has two on her leg and I want to help her before they spread. They are little, round and slightly red. They kind of look like pimples but they are getting bigger now. What is safe for her? Thanks for any help
  bwill13 on 2014-06-27
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You may give her Thuja 30 once a week until warts disappear.
kadwa 9 years ago
OK is that 30c? How many pellets should I give her?
bwill13 9 years ago
Ok I gave her one pellet today. I had to dissolve it in water first because it was kind of hard. Since the warts only popped up a couple days ago, should I see some result quickly? Any information is greatly appreciated.
bwill13 9 years ago
Don't go for aggressive dosing as you are already apprehensive of homeopathic remedies.
kadwa 9 years ago
I'm not. I just gave her the one pellet dissolved in water. I'm also putting vitamin A on them. I think they are getting smaller. They were small anyway but one of them looks like its almost gone so I will not give her anymore. Thanks for your help.
bwill13 9 years ago
OK so I only gave her one dose of the thuja internally. I've been putting vitamin A on externally and thujs 1x ointment externally. The ones on her legs are basically gone but now I found them on her hands. I dont know what to do. I don't think the thuja is right. I think the ones on her leg are going from vitamin a. Is there anything else that's safe for her being 9 months.
bwill13 9 years ago
Please give her dulcamara 30 every alternate day for 10 days. You should give her 5 doses over 10 days.
kadwa 9 years ago
I hav e dulcamara 6c. Is that OK? How many pellets? Thanks so much.
bwill13 9 years ago
I gave her 1 pellet of dulcamara 6c today. I didn't have 30c. Since its 6c, should I give it to her once every day for 5 days, or every other day like you suggested with the 30c? Thanks for any help.
bwill13 9 years ago
You may give once daily for 7 days and see how that affects.
kadwa 9 years ago
OK thanks. If I drink coffee, could that antidote her remedy through my breastmilk?
bwill13 9 years ago
Today I gave her second dose. I just noticed a new wart pop up on her leg and 1 new one on her hand. Would that be considered a reaction or a worsening of symptoms? What should I do?
bwill13 9 years ago
No. Homeopathic remedies in potentized form can't create fresh warts on skin in the course of proving.
kadwa 9 years ago

So I got rid of the warts on her hands a while ago with vitamin A. However I noticed one on her calf today and wondered if I could get a more constitutional prescription if you have time. Shes 18 months now.

She gets very upset if doesn't get her way. She's afraid to sleep alone. She always wake up unhappy and crying. She wakes frequently at night. She's hot when she sleeps. Her face gets red and rough around her mouth from hands in her mouth.

The wart looks like the ones I've had on my hands. I also had them when I was pregnant. Its red, small, round and smooth. Also, mine are painful when you touch them (pressure). Hers probably is too but I'm not sure.

She likes fruit and cheese best. Doesn't like sweets a lot but does like chocolate.
bwill13 8 years ago

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