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Neurogenic Bladders in child

Hello,

My 7 year old child has neurogenic bladders since birth.He cannot sense the urge to urinate and wets his clothes many times in the day.
Is there any homeopathic doctor in Pune/India to consult?
 
  tamanna_r on 2016-09-24
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DrKulkarni 5 years ago
The questionare applies to your son.

Also write about physical & mental health of his mother during pregnancy, delivery and that of both soon after delivery.
 
DrKulkarni 5 years ago
is your child have worm affection?
 
nisha301 4 years ago

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