9 year old with autism Page 12 of 11
It’s been a week without any remedies. My son is still battling a cold. Today per Dr Reva’s advice we dosed lycopodium 30 c and will follow up with Camomilla 30c 4-6 hours later. I will update with any observations.
jbh8182 2 weeks agoGave Lycopodium at 11am and Chamomilla at 4pm. I will say prior he was in a good mood but possibly a bit more hyperactive. Hard to tell as he’s been cooped up inside all day. About 2 hours after giving Chamomilla he became irritable and over excited while watching a tv show. I will say this isn’t a new behavior. But it is one we haven’t seen in awhile. So tonight we are seeing negative behaviors, but not new negative behaviors if that makes sense. Just wanted to let you know.
jbh8182 2 weeks agoThe following morning gave Lycopodium 30. Emotional and crying that evening and still this morning over emotional and irritable. We did not give any remedies today.
jbh8182 2 weeks agoGave Thuja 30 today after school. Yesterday and the day before no remedies given. But he was very hyper and activated. Lots of self talking. He woke today at 3am which isn’t his normal. Hoping the Thuja 30 offers some relief.
jbh8182 2 weeks agoThuja 30 helped calm him and his sleep patterns returned to normal.
jbh8182 last weekIf u are from kolkata then contact with zyrosonic.
If not then also contact and ask them is there any branches outside kolkata.
surajitabchlover last weekwe live in the US. I’m not familiar with zyrosonic. We have not given my son any remedies since the Thuja. He’s doing ok. We are giving him a bit a of break while we introduce some nutritional interventions. Reva is fully aware and continues to guide us.
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