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Painful planters wart

Hi,

Please help my 11 year old son. He has a very painful planters wart on the bottom of his feet (the left heel). We have tried essential oils, apple cider vinegar, even burning it off without any success.

Finally 2 weeks ago we tried Thuja 6C (wet doses) 2x a day for 14 days and it started to look better, but suddenly this week the dark dots (blood vessels) started to multiply again and grow back. Two days ago, I started him on Thuja 30C ( wet doses ) 2x a day. I am not seeing any improvement. Maybe Thuja is not the right remedy?

Please help, he loves to play soccer and run and has been unable to play his best due to the discomfort. At home, when he is not wearing shoes, he has to limp due to the hard surface of the floor.

Thank you for your help / advice in advance.
 
  BOPP on 2018-09-26
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Dear BOPP,

plz answer in YES or NO only.

• The warts are hard and smooth that often appear in groups.
• Sole, very painful in touch, cannot walk bare feet.
• Skin is very sensitive to cold bathing.
• Dry skin
• Skin complaints often associated with gastric derangements
• Irritability and a thickly coated white tongue also suggest the need for this remedy.
• Skin is dry, with oily sweat. Greasy look of face and dryness of skin of whole body.
• Skin eruption specially in skin folds.
• Patient is sensitive to sun heat.
• Patient is closed, reserved and sensitive.
 
HealthyWorld last year
Dear HealthyWorld,
My answers to your questions:

plz answer in YES or NO only.

*The warts are hard and smooth that often appear in groups. --YES
*Sole, very painful in touch, cannot walk bare feet. -- YES
*Skin is very sensitive to bathing. -- NO
*Dry skin -- NO
*Skin complaints often associated with gastric derangements-- YES
*Irritability and a thickly coated white tongue also suggest the need for this remedy. --NO
*Skin is dry, with oily sweat. Greasy look of face and dryness of skin of whole body. --NO
*Skin eruption specially in skin folds. --NO
*Patient is sensitive to sun heat. --NO
*Patient is closed, reserved and sensitive.--YES

I have also included a picture of the wart on his feet. It is yellow from the staining of the cinnamon essentials oil.
[Edited by BOPP on 2018-09-26 10:49:16]
 
BOPP last year
Antimonium crudum 200

Give him 1 dose of the above remedy.

See how this remedy works for him in coming 15 days.

HOW TO TAKE THE REMEDY:
Please give one dose. Just one dose. Not daily.

WHAT IS A DOSE:
Get the remedy in liquid:
Put five drop of the remedy in 20 ml of mineral water, hit the bottle atleast 6 time (shaking the bottle is not enough) and keep it for 5 minutes. Take it before bedtime. That’s one dose.

TIME OF DOSE:
First dose: At night before sleeping.

Note: don't eat or drink any thing before or after 30 minutes of taking remedy. Avoid Coffee, Tea and Tobacco in any form.
 
HealthyWorld last year
Thank you for your response. I am not sure what you mean by "keep it for 5 minutes".

Should I also stop giving him Thuja while I give him the one dose of antimonium?

May
 
BOPP last year
Stop all other medicines till the next instruction.
"keep it for 5 minutes" means after hitting the bottle wait for 5 minutes and then use it
 
HealthyWorld last year
Thank you for the clarification.
 
BOPP last year
Hi,
It has been 5 days now since I have given my son the one dose of antimonium crudum and I feel that the number of black dots in the wart has slightly increased.
I know it's only been five days since I gave him the remedy, but I was wondering if I should expect to see some changes to indicate whether or not this was the correct remedy for him? Should I give him another dosage?

Thank you.
May
 
BOPP last year
What was the potency of the remedy which you have given to him?
 
HealthyWorld last year
200
 
BOPP last year
Ok,
Wait and observe the changes.
 
HealthyWorld last year
Hi,

It has been now been 2 weeks and I think there is some improvement. However, I can see the wart is still there. A layer of callus skin has now formed on top of the wart. Please advise what I should do next. Thank you very much.

I have included an updated picture.

May
 
BOPP last year
I also want to add that he is now able to walk on his foot with less pain. Which is wonderful!
 
BOPP last year
Hi,

Please repeat a single dose of the same remedy fortnightly till he cured completely.
[Edited by HealthyWorld on 2018-10-15 10:22:54]
 
HealthyWorld last year
One dose every 2 weeks right?

Thank you!
 
BOPP last year
yes
 
HealthyWorld last year
Thank you
 
BOPP last year
I just want to update you that my son's painful plantar wart is completely gone! Thank you so much for your help!
 
BOPP last year
Thanks for GOD.
 
HealthyWorld last year
Would you please also help his younger brother who has a wart on his finger ? I am concerned because it is near his nail /cuticle and may loose his nail. I tried the same antimonium crudum antidote on him and it did not work. I made a separate post yesterday under the title " finger wart near nail bed ". Thank you!
 
BOPP last year
I am not surprised that it did not work as they have different personalities. My oldest son is more shy ( the one you successfully treated) and my younger son is the opposite, very outspoken. The other difference is that the wart is on his finger instead of his foot. the wart is not raised and there is only one.
 
BOPP last year

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