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Lose of appetite

Dear Sir,

My child age 1.5 yr not taking milk or food . Her weight is also 7 kg only morever she is active and fast but taking meal just for life.
  Raman.dc on 2018-04-01
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Dear Raman,

Any other problem? like; cough, cold, loose motion, constipation, sleeplessness etc.
HealthyWorld 3 years ago
HealthyWorld said Dear Raman,

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No sir,
Every thing ok but in night she grinding teeth and habit of tumb shucking frequently during day time even before sleep.
Raman.dc 3 years ago
Please give her Chamomilla 30 thrice a day for 3 days.
If this doesn't help give him Nux Vomica 30 in the same way.

In addition to the above remedies also purchase Belladonna 30.

One dose means -

Just boiled the water and wait till it comes to normal temperature. Add one drop to half cup of water and stir well. Two drops of this water means one dose. You can make fresh doses every time instead of using old medicated water.
HealthyWorld 3 years ago

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