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Causticum 30 working for bedwetting unsure how to proceed

My son is 15 has never had a break with bedwetting, has always struggled with this. Causticum was reccomended and is working, 5 pillules 1/2hr before bedtime. How long do we continue?
  harmony671 on 2018-04-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
He can continue with Causticum as long as it is helping him but should stop taking it if he started to develop a new symptom that he has never had before.

He can also stop and watch when he has improved about 80 %.

Also, Medorrhinum 200c may help to improve his condition.
Tui 4 years ago
It's a good remedy for bed-wetting. 5 pillules is in excess. Reduce to three and continue for ten doses.
maheeru 4 years ago
Thank you for your response. We have had dry nights using this remedy before but as soon as he stops taking it the problem comes back...can you advise?
harmony671 4 years ago
It's not a good response, if the problem reoccurs when the remedy is stopped. Good response is that the problem should stop.

If 30c was taken quite a number of doses, then the next step is to try 200c of this remedy.
maheeru 4 years ago
Thank you I will order the 200c, what do you recommended for the dosage?
harmony671 4 years ago
One dose per week in case of 200c. Maximum of nine to ten doses if there is no aggravation in between in which case first medicine is to be stopped and assessed.
maheeru 4 years ago

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