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Chicken pox pending in 13 yo

Hello. Three of my 4 children have had the chickeh pox for the last 21 day. My son first, then my two younger girls began 14 days later. My son is good now. The younger two are in the recovery phase. My 13 yo has a fever today and feeling chilled and malaised. I think she is next. I have Pulsatilla 30c, Rhux Tox 30C and antimonium crudum 30c(which I never ended up needing with the younger 3).

I don't think any of these remedies apply to her right now. I'm most concerned for her as she is a teen and at higher risk for complications due to her age. On top of that, she is on her menstural cycle, day 2.

What homeopathic remedy can I give her to support her before she starts showing a rash and/or to lessen the severity? She started feeling ill last night, so I expect she will break out any time now. Thank you.

I have been giving her 2 bovine colostrum capsules, 6000IU of vitimin D and 4,000mg of Vit C for about a week in expectation of chicken pox, as she is the last one. None of my kids are vaxed against Chicken pox. Thank you.
[message edited by mamasong on Wed, 02 Nov 2016 00:16:39 UTC]
  mamasong on 2016-11-02
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