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Medorrhinum overdose

My son is six years old and he was having problem with Bed wetting and mild Asthma. A local Homeo Doctor has subscribed him Medorrhinum 1M 1-2 dops once in 15 days. Unfortunately the medicine was given to him consecutive three days (once in 24 hours) two drops each time in water. Can we call it overdose if so what is the antidote for this. What side effects it can cause. Please help. Thanks
  arana on 2005-11-20
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Don't worry.It is alright.Homeopathic medicines are very mild and in most cases rapid repetition over a couple of days like you have done, perhaps by way of an unitentional error, is treated by the vital force (body's inner healing mechanism which one is trying to address by homeopathy) as a single dose.So no need to antidote.Just inform your doctor about this and in future follow his/her prescriptions carefuly.

rajivprasad last decade
Dear Dr. Rajiv.
Thanks for your reply. Appreciated
arana last decade

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