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chicken pox

Is there any homoe medicine to avoid contracting chicken pox?As my child is 7 months and I dont want her to contract this disease since 3 people already have contracted in my family.
  pilgrim3 on 2006-02-22
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what is exact state of health of child at this time? what treatments has child had to this point in life?please explain (why?-what for? and when?) what vaccinations/immunizations so far?what is diet consist of at this point?

John Stanton last decade
She has been given all vaccines eg. polio,Hepititus B.C.G etc.My baby is fine and I dont want her to contract this disease.Can you suggest any homoe medicine?Is varicella 200 good for avoiding Chicken pox?
pilgrim3 last decade
wouldnt guarentee varicella working as such--fear based decisions--need be wary of...this is big basis for vaccinations ""WHAT IF""
John Stanton last decade
In India we are using Rhus tox 1M daily one dose for 4 dose will prevent from this problem. We are good success in preventing the chickenpox from this medicine
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Rhus tox 1m for 7 month baby?
how many pills in 4 doses? for adults how many pills?
Pl let me know
pilgrim3 last decade

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