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Child eye issues.
Please advice.

I have'nt tried either graphites or euphraisa as suggested in the last posts. Tried Thuja again on the advice of a homeopath, as I felt another personal consultation will be good. I then wanted to give him a break from all the remedies for a couple of weeks . I has been 2 weeks since thuja.
No change in chalazion.

Please help me as I really don't want surgery. I would be happy to give you any further details. I am at the end of my rope.
 
  new2town on 2005-12-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Dr Sajjad, i have the graphites you suggested on a post - shall I use that?
 
new2town last decade
Yes, why not.Try Graphitis just for 10 days.Your problem is a simple one i dont know why it is lingering on.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
Can I give Graphites to him when he has a cold - he has slight residual phlegm and a wet cough from the cold he had last week.
 
new2town last decade
Yes.Why not?
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
2 days on graphits no change - should Icontinue?
Also, he now has a dry cough - feels like something is tickling his throat...
 
new2town last decade
To days are insufficient atleast 10 days.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
Day 4 of medicine no improvement.

His cough seemed worse and the allopathic doc said it was due to a throat virus and his throat is red. Given me a cough supressant. Seems to have residual thick phlegm that sticks to his throat that he is oughing at timea and at other times the cough is dry. Says his throat feels dry and tickles. On an earlier occassion of the same one dose of Rumex cleard it.

Do you think the Graphites is causing this increased cough? Can i give him rumex also?
 
new2town last decade
Graphitis is not giving any problem.Rumex is the best medicine for dry cough.You better alternate Belladona and Rumex till his cough problem is settled and stop taking Graphitis till cough problem os over.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
thanks a lot.

The cough is wet in the morning - worse for the hour after he wakes up. The cough syrup makes it dry in the afternoon/ evening. He coughs in his sleep also. There is residual phlegm.So do I give Rumex/ Bell or should l look at somethign like Antimonum tart?

When I restart Graphites, should I try it again for a week?

Thanks for your time and patience.
 
new2town last decade
In antimonium tart the chest is full of mucus but very little is expectorated.You can try antimonium tart if you think that you need that.Restart Graphitis only when cough problem is cleared.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
To clear meobian gland blockage(causing stye) and re-establish flow, Pulsatilla is taken. If it does not work, Staphysagria is given. In chronic cases Hepar Sulph is advised.

The doctor says that it is not stye but the case of a blocked gland. My feeling is that both are one and the same. Let us ignore the name of the disease and treat it by one or more of the medicines mentioned above. This is only my suggestion(potency 6C).

Let erica and sajjad decide as basically they are handling the case.
 
sahai last decade
I have a kit where everything is in a 30c potency. How does this compare to 6c or 6x? What is the normal 30c dosage?

Will keep you all informed and restart once the cough problem is over.

Thanks again.
 
new2town last decade

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