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3 year old son Warts, began on pointer finger of left hand

About a year and a half ago one wart appeared on left pointer finger of my 3 year old son. Since then he now has multiple warts on that same finger and on another finger of that same hand and has spread them to the area around his left eye and also to his right hand and fingers. About a month ago I started him on thuja occidentalis 6C, giving 3 to 5 pallets three times a day, dry. A few days after starting this I noticed one of the warts started turning black. However about a week later it returned to how it was before and I notice more warts on his hands starting to appear. His warts continue to grow in size. Should I discontinue what I am dosing him and try something different?
  Lindson on 2016-04-18
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Please give him Thuja 30 and Dulcamara 30 twice a day for 15 days and see how that affects.
kadwa 7 years ago
Only 2 pellets is enough. More won't do anything extra.
kadwa 7 years ago
Will I be giving these 2 remedies together or separately? How many times a day? Is it ok if I dissolve them in water and dose wet?
Lindson 7 years ago
You may have a gap of 1 hour between the two remedies or may be given at the same time. Wet dose makes dosing difficult, still you may do that if you know well.
kadwa 7 years ago

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