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epilepsy after brain injury plus hair loss

Dear Dr. Deoshlok Sharma and,
anyone interested in helping

My son, 34 male suffers epilepsy after an acquired brain injury resulting from auto accident trauma, he has been taking dylantin 500mg a day and when he misses a dose or when he is very tired, his epileptic attacks tend to reoccur. Additionally, he always very restless, can't relax.
In addition he is loosing hair on top of scalp but also on the sides at fast pace. Question: He wants to gradually stop dylantin and take only homeopathic medications. Is there hope in homeopathy for the cure of epilepsy? If so, what homeopathic medications are recommended for epilepsy?

Could he take ASPEN drops to help him relax his anxiety without affecting his attention/ability to focus at work? What would you recommend for the hair loss, perhaps is androgenic alopecia from grandfather genes although his father had head full of hair. Thank you Dr. Sharma and all who can contribute.
  BrownBryant on 2014-08-17
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If the epileptic attacks are the results of head injury then you may take ARNICA 30 three doses at roughly 6 hour interval for one day only. Please do not take any other medicine on that day.
telescope 7 years ago

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