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Two year old cronchly constipated

Hello, my son was born with a C-section and has an intoleranse to milk. He vomitted breast milk and formula. He is moody and was a very light sleeper. Things have improved after we removed cows milk and gluten from his diet, but he seems to constantly develop new sensitivites/allergies that effect his mood and stomach. He has keratosis pilaris on his arms, legs and cheecks. He is very small for his age, was born little too. A homeopath recommended Silica 30C, three drops two times a week. I feel this might help him pass stool, but the stool is very constipated and he is still very moody.

When he sleeps his head is very varm. He usualy sleeps without covers though.

Any suggestions to what I should give him to relieave him of this constipation?


Thanks so much!
 
  perweu on 2018-10-26
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His mood and patience is also slighly better. But after giving him a banana this morning things went back to the way they were before Silica.
 
perweu 8 months ago
How often does he make poo?

his stool very hard?

How is his appetite?
Any likes or dislikes of food?

Does he sleep through the night?

How is his mood in general? You say he is moody but what do you mean by that?
 
Tui 8 months ago
He usually poos everyday. His poo is hard and lumpy. He does not sleep through the night, sleeps light, so we cant make much noise. He awakens at least once every night.

His mood has improved after removing gluten and cows milk, but he can still be very obstinate. Tantrums are much better after removing milk and gluten. He seems to have anxiety though, doesnt wang to play much by himself, or be by himself, cries a lot when we deliver him in the kindergarden.
 
perweu 8 months ago
Sometimes he works very hard to get his poo out. This morning he was just in a very bad mood, saying no to everything.. this is quite normal.
 
perweu 8 months ago
Apetite is good, will almost eat anything.
 
perweu 8 months ago
His mood is not so good in general
 
perweu 8 months ago
Very Demanding and impatient.
 
perweu 8 months ago
Please give him Lycopodium 30c three times a day for 3 days and report back in a week.

1 dose is 2 pills.
 
Tui 8 months ago
Should I keep giving him Silica twice a week also? Can I dissolve the pills in some water?
 
perweu 8 months ago
No just Lycopodium for now and you can dissolve the pills in some water.
 
Tui 8 months ago
Started giving him his frist dose on saturday. He is poo'ing everyday, but its still very hard. His mood has not improved much, still demanding and impatient and easily cries and says no to everything. Its now sunday afternoon and I will give him one more dose later today. I read somewehere on this forum that probiotics interfere with homeopathic medicine. Should i stop giving him this? What about digestive enzymes? I havent given him probiotics today (sunday).

Thank you!
 
perweu 8 months ago
He is not constipated if he poos every day and you can easily control the hardness/softness of stools by changing diet so you need to consider that before giving him a range of remedies.

> still demanding and impatient and easily cries and says no to everything.

He is 2 years old so it's quite normal for him to say 'NO' to everything and they can be very demanding.

If you are hoping to change the way he is by simply giving him a remedy, you will be very disappointed because the homeopathic remedy does not change their normal behavior or human development (like 2 years old being demanding).
 
Tui 8 months ago

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