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headaches remedy for my son age14year

as infant went breathless while crying turned bluish
underweight upto age 10 ,gained weight thereafter now overweight. at age 11 experienced headaches at night mostly, thereafter periodic headaches sometimes once a month, now 2 to 3 times every month . emotionally weak sluggish ,slow at everything,bored easily likes playing tabla, casio.very few friends introvert ,short and obese . afraid of being alone .very selective eater likes potatoes ,rice,paneer items no vegetables. likes fastfood burgers,pizza ,noodles etc indulges in overating sometimes.visits toilet every time after meals. complains of severe pain in head starting on eyeballs eye bone, temples, forehead etc. relieved only after poping tab combiflam and sleep under care of someone. pain starts in afternoon or mostly evening.craving for choclates icecream after meals.afraid of ghosts,dark, bad dreams no puberty signs yet. please help with some quick remedy.
 
  rajeshmehra on 2015-02-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I can take on your son's case if you like. I will need more questions answered though - these questions may require you to expand on the information you have already given.
 
Evocationer 5 years ago
Yes sir i am ready to reply
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
I am waiting eagerly for reply
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
Dear sir kindly send questions to be answered
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
CASE PRESENTATION FOR CLASSICAL HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING

General Guidelines:

1. Try to be as descriptive as possible. When describing pains or sensations use descriptions along the lines of ‘feels as if someone is squeezing it with their hand’ or ‘it is like an insect crawling around inside’ or ‘it is as if someone is standing over me threatening to kill me’. Long descriptions are always better than short ones. One word answers are difficult to use successfully.

2. Another important part of symptom description for homoeopathy are the ‘modalities’. These are situations, events, activities or conditions which modify the symptom in some way. We usually refer to this as what makes them ‘better’ or ‘worse’ (amelioration/aggravation). The situation may actually provoke the symptom into appearing, make it vanish altogether, or just increase or decrease it in some way. Modalities are vital information for prescribing.

Modalities are typically related to (but not exclusively) the following situations:

A. Temperature, weather
B. Time (day, night, specific times, frequency, periodicity, season)
C. Position, activity
D. Emotions, thoughts
E. Food and drink
F. Drugs, medication

3. How the symptom is perceived is important too – odour, appearance, sound, touch. What colour is it, what is its texture? For gestures, describe what it looks like the patient is doing, or what you feel you are doing while making the movement eg. ‘they look like they are swatting flies’ or ‘I feel like something is pushing my hand upwards’ or ‘it is like I stick a fork in an electrical outlet which throws my body backwards’. Description – it is key to accurate prescriptions.

4. When did the symptom or set of symptoms start? The apparent cause can be useful in determining the remedy, although it is not of the same importance as the previous factors. It may have been a specific event, a disease, an accident or even an emotional experience.

5. Use your own words. Do not copy phrases or descriptions found in our various remedy pictures. Try not to use other people’s ideas or thoughts or words. If you are reporting on behalf of someone else, report their exact words, however you can also report your own observations of them (not opinions).

6. Does the symptom occur alongside another specific symptom? Do particular symptoms only occur together? Does a particular symptom occur with a particular thought or emotion? For example, a headache that always comes with visual disturbances, or stomach pain that appears alongside anger, or anxiety that makes you feel like running down the street screaming.

7. Each complaint should be described fully before going on to describe another complaint. Try not to mix different symptoms or complaints together. Each modifying feature must be clearly attached to a particular symptom/set of symptoms. Any mistake you make here is a mistake the homoeopath will also then make.



BEFORE MOVING ON TO THE NEXT SET OF QUESTIONS, DO THIS NOW FOR EACH PHYSICAL PROBLEM YOU HAVE. LOOK AT ANY POSSIBLE SYMPTOM YOU HAVE, NOT JUST THE ONE YOU ARE ASKING FOR HELP IN RESOLVING.
 
Evocationer 5 years ago
Describe each physical complaint/associated set of symptoms in detail. Please include the following when doing this:

1. Appearance
2. Sensation or pain
3. Situations/events/triggers for making it worse
4. Situations/events/triggers for making it better
5. Event that seemed to start the complaint
6. Other sensory features – smell, sound, taste, tactile etc – of the symptom

Make sure each complaint is done separately. Do not group them together. This is for physical complaints/diseases rather than mental or emotional problems.

Symptoms may be divided into three categories:

1. Symptoms which they more or less have all the time
2. Symptoms which appear as ‘acute’ things but have appeared more than once
3. Symptoms which have appeared for the first time.

Make sure you clearly divide the symptoms into these three groups.


MENTAL STATE OF THE CHILD (IMPORTANT)

1. When the physical complaint is active, what is his/her emotional state like? What does he/she do? What does she/he want you to do?

2. Does he/she describe any unusual sensation or pain in the body, especially when they are complaining of something?

3. What fears does he/she have? How does she/he react?

4. Was there any incident in the past that had a great impact? What happened at the time? Is there any ongoing reaction to this event? How does he/she talk about it?

5. Is there any story (book, fairytale, cartoon, movie etc) that seems to really resonate with her/him? What does he/she say about it?

6. What kind of fantasies does she/he describe to you? How does this translate down into play, games, toys? Does he/she tend to draw particular things over and over? If so what are they? If you point to these images, what does she/he say about them?

7. Does he/she describe any dreams or nightmares to you, and what are they? How does she/he react on waking from them?

8. How is he/she when interacting with other children? What about sports or games? How about obeying rules or social conventions?

9. How is she/he when interacting with older people? Is there any difference between family or friends and strangers in terms of reactions and behavior?

10. What kind of activities does he/she enjoy doing? Which of these do she/he spend the most time at?

11. What qualities seem to make your child different from other children?

12. How does your child cope with school, school work, study, deadlines, speaking in front of others, following directions etc?

13. What kind of questions does he/she tend to ask you or other adults?

14. What makes her/him laugh? What makes him/her cry?

15. What makes him/her angry or irritable?

16. What does your child do when alone?

17. Is there a particular person or type of person that he/she reacts to, and what kind of reaction?


GENERAL STATE OF YOUR CHILD

1. What position does he/she sleep in?
2. Is there any position he/she seems unable to sleep in?
3. Any unusual behaviour during sleep?
4. Any problems with sleep?
5. What foods are craved (cravings are strong desires) What foods are hated?
6. What drinks are craved? What drinks are hated?
7. How does he/she react when hungry, or hunger is prolonged?
8. How does the weather affect?
9. How does the temperature affect?
10. Are there any other environmental influences negative or positive (season, noise, music, moon, light, dark, day, night, time, smells etc.)
11. Problems with stool or bowel habit?
Problems with urine or bladder habit?
12. Where does he/she sweat most? Does it stain or smell unusual?
13. Has she/he reacted to any medical treatment in the past in a strong or negative way?

PREGNANCY AND BIRTH

1. What kind of health problems occurred while you were pregnant with your child?

2. Were there any other stresses or traumas that occurred?

3. Did the birth itself have any problems?

4. Do you remember if any symptoms occurred suddenly during pregnancy that then vanished after your child was born? Especially important are any emotional or mental changes during this time.
 
Evocationer 5 years ago
Some body help with this case
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
Hi Rajeshmehra, you did not post answers to the questionnaire posted by Evocationer.
 
AsadGhumman 5 years ago
Thanks for picking up my case.i wish to inform that i answered all questions in full details but surprised to see that answers to these questions are not visible now. Finally evocationer gave me the final remedy as calc. Carb 200 single dose one time. I tried but it did not work.
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
sir no reply get
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
you did not reply to the questionnaire
 
AsadGhumman 5 years ago
from your description of your child even without answers to the questionnaire it appears that your child needs Calcarea Carb and you say that it did not work. one comes across such cases now and then. the reason for this is miasmatic obstruction. there were three miasms described by hahnemann ( psora, sycosis and syphillys) . at present there are five miasms the two new ones are vaccinosis and tuberculosis. there are specific remedies to counteract these miasms like sulphur and psorinum for psora; thuja and medorrhinum for sycosis; syphillinum for syphillys ; thuja for vaccinosis and tuberculinum for tuberculosis. personally I think tubercular miasm is responsible for this condition . after the appropriate anti miasmatic the indicated remedy will work.
 
telescope 5 years ago
Please find enclosed querry ans
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
you have posted " please find enclosed querry answers" , but there is nothing enclosed. in any case only querry at present is what major health issues run in the family.
 
telescope 5 years ago
Obesity ,sister ill with nerves weak causing multiple problems,sister bronchitis and asthamatic during change of weather, i myself obese and full of lethargy fatigue ,perhaps my grand mom had TB as well and died at age when my father was 3 yrs old .boy in question timid lethargic too.suffering from aneamia low iron absorption,thyroid raised little bit.was slim upto age 11 then started gaining weight and regular 15 days interval headaches.now frequncy increasing has adenoids and hazziness in x ray of sinus pathway septum tilted towards right no puberty signs feels exertion on standing little long etc. Pl. Heap
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
give him tuberculinum 1m one dose when headache is not there. there will be aggravation if you do so. tell him not to eat or drink sour things as that may interfere with medicine. update daily for four days after medicine. do not give more than one dose.
 
telescope 5 years ago
Please read all posts of rajeshmehra and give remedies
 
rajeshmehra 5 years ago
which case do you want me to prescribe for ?
 
telescope 5 years ago

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