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Some further help with aggravation please

Treating 8 year old with chronic otitis media. Girl has had grommets twice, but opted for hearing aids this time. Mild and yielding disposition ( will allow others wishes to dominate over hers). Had strabismus, hot tummy at night sometimes, averse mixed food, stool after every meal, walks on insides of feet. That's the brief version. Gave Puls LM1. Brief return of tummy heat and some sensation of bruising on thigh, but no bruise. No other charges on LM1. Moved to LM2 daily dose. Advised parents to give one trial dose and only continue if no aggravation. Told before if aggravation occurs stop remedy & contact me. Seems child became instantly deaf on first dose, but kept dosing 6-7 days more ( not being critical of parents who are lovely, but busy, etc & I know this happens). Child has had deafness for around 3 weeks despite stopping remedy. Suggested trying one dose of LM2 successed 50 times and then wait. Family now away, but heard nothing. Concerned aggravation will persist. Any suggestions if this is so? Colleague suggested card in high potency, but am a little wary. Advice gratefully received. With thanks.
 
  uktransplant on 2017-07-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
A homeopathic remedy can't cause deafness. These are classical myths about homeopathy. Homeopathy has its limitations. Everything that happens in the course of treatment can't be ascribed to homeopathy.
 
kadwa 4 years ago

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