Severe Eczema in DaughterHello, my three year old daughter has suffered from exzema as long as I can remember. It is so severe, she scratches to the point of bleeding. The patches become raised and extremely dried out, and the majority of her body is dried out always. She always seems to break out in hives, although we are not sure of the cause. It mostly seems to happen when she is outside in the heat. After trying prescription several prescriptions for asthma, allergies, and ointment for the exzema; what seems like every "exzema" cream and lotion over the counter, nothing helps. Not to mention, she is so angry and irritated all the time, she will hardly even allow anyone to apply the lotions or creams. I have been searching for a solution, and came across Arsenicum Album. As soon as I read what the typical patient looks like for this, I was in shock. She portrays all the characteristics of an Arsenicum Album patient (according to all the sites I've researched.) The one that really struck me, was the trait that these patients are usually restless between the hours of 1-3; she has never slept an entire night her life, and wakes up between 1 and 2 like clockwork. She wakes up scratching for at least an hour, or yelling at me until I scratch her! I would like to try the arsenicum album, but I had some questions, and was wondering if anyone had experience with it, and could help me out a bit. What is the proper dosage? What is the best time to try it? How long will it take to see a positive result?
hgibson on 2018-02-22
One dose means 2 pills or drops.
If this doesn't help please give Sulphur 30 in the same way.
[Edited by kadwa on 2018-02-22 07:59:58]
♡ kadwa 2 years ago
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