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Possible Vaccine Injury

Hi. I am trying to get the the root fo my 10 year old issues and am beginning to look at the possibility of a long-standing vaccine injury that I have possible over-looked.

Looking back at his history, prominent feature are as follows:

* He was an extremely communicative and eager newborn.

*He took to breast-feeding with no issues. Was very content and easy to care for in the first few months.

* Following first injections or around 3 months of age he began to show signs of reflux. He particularly couldn't tolerate cow's milk or dairy produce. Became a very 'fussy baby' began to refuse any artificial teat and would only breastfeed. Became very difficult to console by any method other than breastfeeding.

*GP prescribed infant gaviscon, infacol and grip water to surpress the reflux episodes. To no avail. He continued to display gut issues, sleep discomfort and later (around 6 months) small patches of eczema.

* Following the pre-school booster, my now 5 year old son seemed to develop an inner-ear infection. Although well in himself, he failed the school hearing test and was referred to the hospital for further testing. He was given the all-clear by the hospital however.

* He was a very bright, attentative child until approx age 7 when he began to retreat and lose interest in learning. He began to fall behind socially and did not fit into the peer group.

* At age 9 and a half, we deregistered him from school and decided to homeschool as he had grown so isolated and unhappy. There were many reports of bullying and he was becoming more reclusive.

*Since homeschooling he has become so much more confident and relaxed. He is learning and eager and enthusiastic for new experiences but the traits that seem to linger are those of physical comforting (thumb sucking, nail biting, needing know what's next all the time).

*My son is genuinely, really happy now but I still see that we could work on certain physical habits and underlying issues to bring him to a place of balance and harmony that I'm not sure he's known since he was a baby.

My question is, what can I do to help him detoxify from vaccines and medicines and how else can I support him in coming through his possible sensory and dietary issues?

Many thanks in advance. :)
  zoezest on 2014-09-10
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In most cases the simillimum will heal anything that has happened or is causing suffering in the patient, regardless of what caused it. It is not usually necessary to isolate an event and treat that specifically. However in some patients it does seem necessary. The first step is always to treat holistically first, and look at these events if there appears to be some kind of obstacle or block to cure.

I have had no feedback on my prescription given to your son several months back. What happened after the remedy?
Evocationer 7 years ago
Hi Evocationer, thank you for your reply. I did also post a reply some days ago on the previous thread about my son's food sensitivities.

I feel that the remedy nat murs has had some positive effect on my son but I still feel like I haven't got to the root of it yet. In the other thread I said that I have seen a bit of improvement in his digestion, in the dynamics with his younger brother and in fact he is also sleeping better too (not waking so early). So we have definitely made some positive progress.

The reason for this separate thread is that I see similarities in the events and symptoms and that of other children I am aware of who have been diagnosed with vaccine injury and have or are successfully treating them holistically/detoxing and seeing an improvement.

I may be clutching at straws but I was just wondering about exploring this possibility. I can see now that we should be dealing with this (or whatever has caused his issues) anyway with our homeopathic remedy.

So in continuing my son's treatment what do you suggest? Do you think he would benefit from further doses of nat murs?

We are obviously trying to deal with the dynamics at home and give him plenty of support, acceptance and love. We are trying to give him 1:1 time with his Dad which he so desperately craves.

Hopefully he will continue to improve. I am at a bit of a loss with his constant nail biting/thumb sucking and need for comforting.

Thank you for reading.
zoezest 7 years ago
Yes the first step is always to repeat the remedy that helped, as subsequent doses tend to reinforce any improvement and maintain forward movement of the case.

There is one or two other ideas I have for remedies, but until we know for sure that Nat-mur is not helping as much as we want, or is no longer helping at all, we need to make sure it has nothing more in it. There are over 10,000 different medicines - if we were to rush past the right one it is possible nobody would ever come back to it.
Evocationer 7 years ago
Fine, it makes sense to try more nat murs then.

I think we previously gave him (approx 6/7 weeks ago) a single drop on the tongue. Should I do the same again this time?

I have also started to give hime epsom salt baths a couple of times per week as I believe this can help with detoxing and we are also hoping to remineralise our drinking water which should also help with the detox. I trust none of this will interfere with the nat murs remedy?

Best wishes.
zoezest 7 years ago
Yes repeat the dose exactly as before. Make sure you do each step exactly as before including hitting the bottle.

Sometimes starting other treatments can interrupt homoeopathy, but I can't say if what you are doing specifically will do so.
Evocationer 7 years ago
Thank you Evocationer.

I will repeat the dose tomorrow, exactly the same as before and report back in due course.
zoezest 7 years ago
Hi Evocationer,

Some observations I have made of my son since his last dose of Nat Murs 10 days ago:

He has shown a new determination to stop biting his finger nails. Although he is finding it hard, he has been visibly reducing the frequency.

He has been asking for cuddles more regularly, most days.

He has been more willing to help with jobs around the house. For example tidying, carrying shopping, and he has requested to independently cook a meal for the family.

He seems a little more placid and little less agitated.

He still suffers form eating gluten/wheat and is disinterested in drinking water, which I have to remind him to do every day. But he has had a good appetite and I think has been more inclined to eat vegetables at mealtimes.

The past 24 hours he has had a virus (stomach ache, headache, feeling dizzy) which may be slightly clouding my observations of his digestion and actually he did ask for a couple of drinks today which is unusual.

Would you consider repeating the dose in a while or do you wish me to wait and observe for now?

Kind regards.
zoezest 7 years ago
Don't repeat at this point, especially while there is an acute illness. After that is over we can do a proper assessment and see where to go from here.
Evocationer 7 years ago
No problem. I will wait and continue to observe after he has recovered from this virus.
zoezest 7 years ago

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