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Pin worms advise how to treat please advise DR vermani or dr kadwa

How would one treat pin worms with a 4 year old about 20kgs and 1 meter 5ish. I have actually seen the tiny worm.

- Itchy bum, woke him up at night
- Always with his fingers in his nose, causes bleedings
-At the moment a dry cough and lots of unstoppable sneezing

I noticed he is ALWAYS hungry.

He has had fiberal convulsions, always after fever or infection
Had his adenoids removed recently and tonsils reduced
He has had pin worms once before and treated with the over the counter meds but don't believe I repeated the dose after 2 weeks as I should have

Changes in diet;
We have been enjoying a more sugary diet then usual the last weekends due to "holiday mood" , which might have given the worms a more comfy habitat?

Last night applied coconut oil with garlic which made him sleep gently. Would love to get advise which homeopathy treatment I could use to get rid of them, dosage and for how long.
[message edited by Ongi on Sun, 30 Apr 2017 04:57:12 UTC]
[message edited by Ongi on Sun, 30 Apr 2017 18:18:39 UTC]
  Ongi on 2017-04-30
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Give him
1.chelone Q 10 drops in 1/2 glass of water twice daily.
2. Santoninum 3X : 2 tablets 3 times daily
3. Teucrum mat 30 3 pills thrice daily.
Give these for 2 weeks and report.

Anti parasitic foods include garlic, raw pumpkin seeds, onions, raw beets, carrots, figs, papaya seeds, Pomegranates.

drthoufeequebhms 5 years ago
Ongi 5 years ago

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