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Daughter 8 years has lumps in chest

My daughter, 8 years old, has lumps in her breast. The lumps are hard. The left side is more than the right. She wakes up at night complaining of pain. It is painful to touch.

She also complains of pain in the stomach when stomach is pressed. She gets pain in the abdomen on raising her leg. When raising right leg, there is pain in the right side of the stomach and when raising the left leg, there is pain in the left side.

She says that she feels pain going from the chest to the stomach.

Doctors, please advise what I can give her.

Appreciate your help.
  homeopath12 on 2018-10-08
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Conium 200

Give her 1 dose of the above remedy.

See how this remedy works for her in coming 7 days.

Please give one dose. Just one dose. Not daily.

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.

First dose: At night before sleeping.

Note: don't eat or drink any thing before or after 30 minutes of taking remedy. Avoid Strong smell, Coffee, Raw Garlic, Raw Onion, Hing and Tobacco in any form.
HealthyWorld last year
Thanks for the reply.

Is there any specific food/diet that can help her condition?
homeopath12 last year
The Childneeds to be seen face to face with a pediatric dr to get
Correct diagnosis. remedies can then be chosen
With accuracy. These are serious symptoms, do not delay.
simone717 last year
[Edited by Reva V on 2018-10-10 01:53:10]
Reva V last year

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