Seeking Homeopathic Remedy For NewBorn RashHi,
I have been trying to narrow down the right homeopathic remedy for a rash my 3 week old son developed. Please see the image. I am not sure what caused it. It is mainly centered on his forehead, cheeks, behind the ear, and a little bit in the groin area. Makes the skin on the red side with the small raised dots.
His temp is normal, eats well, poops and pees good, but has been wakeful of late.
I did administer oral Vitamin K (Bio-K-Mulsion), and I think this might have something to do with it, but I am not sure.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
[Edited by william17 on 2017-08-31 20:21:36]
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william17 on 2017-08-31
Site- this is one of the side effects.
Do not know - why? You were or are giving this,
But I would discontinue and do not suppress the rash-
This is the skin releasing the medicine effect.
♡ simone717 5 years ago
Seems hard to believe that there would be no reaction to the first dose, but the second one, a week later, there would be. Plus, there were signs of militia prior to the second administration. militia is a common baby rash in a newborn, so I am not convinced the oral V-K we gave him is the cause, although I am not going to give any more for the time being.
My guess is, if it was from the 4 small drops of this V-K we gave him, it should clear up soon. If not, it might be something else.
And that is why I posted, to see if there was a homeopathic remedy for this indication.
Thanks for the reply.
william17 5 years ago
It and thus you see a reaction after a second or third dose.
If me, I would wait and see how it goes on its own.
If it is releasing from the skin, anything you give
Can suppress the release(meaning homeopathic
Anything) The no risk route is wait a week and see status then.
♡ simone717 5 years ago
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