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I didn't take your advice as we have started an appetite stimulant (periactin) and by the time you posted things seemed to be improving.

Now we have the Thrush back again (3rd time). It's only been a little over a week sine we ended his last round of nystatin and the symptoms were gone.

I REALLY don't want to get into a war with this and all it's doing is adding to my sons eating issues (if there is more to it than this).

What would you recommend.

Kristen last decade
single dose "ONLY" hepar sulphuris calcareum 30c

child MUST avoid all acidic foods and drinks...i.e...coffee;tea;coca-cola,pepsi, and the like;vinegar;fruits and juices;tomatoes;alcohol based products;sour foods;.....etc

NO other medicines-remedies-skin cremes/ointments....etc
STOP usage of 'periactin' and nystatin ...

GIVE daily priobiotic supplementation to child---""udo's choice super 5 lozenge" or with similar composition ----{{{Lactobacillus acidophilus: 60%
Bifidobacterium bifidum: 15%
Lactobacillus bulgaricus: 15%
Streptococcus thermophilus: 5%
Lactobacillus salivarius: 5%}}}

post reponse or lack of to hepar 30c...
John Stanton last decade

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