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Daughter aged 13 diagnosed as having dissociative disorder. She is having frequent fainting, convulsions type syndrome but not fits or epilepsy. Testing done. Doctor diagnosed as dissociative disorder.

What's the remedy homeopathycally?
  mgg on 2018-10-13
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Need more info about your daughter.

What are the symptoms beside frequent fainting?

How and when did it all start?

Does she has any other illnesses?
Tui last year
She was tested hypothyroidism in 2016. She is under medication of a endocrinologist. In the end of 2017,she started fainting at schools for 1-5 minutes 2-3 times. In Feb 2018, frequency & duration increased. As per doctor advice, neurologist seen, EEG done (normal), Neuro psychiatrist seen & given medication. Upto july2018 no fainting. But in August, it started. Fainting like deep sleep for Long duration like 1-2 hrs. Within this, medication of Neuro psychiatrist continued with relief sometimes. In end of sept, convulsions type symptoms appear. Breathless ness started. Few days back EEG taken. But normal other things like chest or throat matter showed normal. Neuro Dept as had diagnosed before, told this to be dissociative disorder.
Patient is at home. Psychiatrist medication is on. Psychological counselling not yet started.

Note-till date no injury while fainting. But present fainting with fits type of symptoms is worrisome.
mgg last year
Nux moschata 30c twice a day for 10 days and report back any changes.

1 dose is 2 drops.
Tui last year

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