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Let Anuj Shrivastava gives further advice.
lovely 4 weeks ago
In addition Kali Mur 6x three times a day.
anuj srivastava 3 weeks ago
Used the medicines as prescribed. There is no cough and no phlegm. Stool semisolid , brownish, offensive smelly. Anger and irritation increased.Speaking problem not improved. Fond of sweets. Do you think to add any medication for worm infestation.
lovely 3 weeks ago
Give CINA 30 three times a day.Stop KM.Start Kali Phos ones a day.

Feedback after 7 days.
anuj srivastava 3 weeks ago
Two years, and more than 110 medicines on an 11 month child. And still going on with experimentation.
Mr Anuj needs to have some pity on the child.
Mr Anuj has not learnt a thing. He does not know what he's doing.
I urge him to summarise this case and tell all what he understood of the case and reason for giving so many medicines.
rajukmar 3 weeks ago
Feedback to Anuj Shrivastava
Cina 30 and KP 6X are in use. Symptoms are improving slowly. Appetite slightly improved. But likes sweet too much.Itching in genital are there now. The child very much eager to drink milk every two hours. In absence of that cries very badly and shows extreme resentments. Is this a sign of turbulence of worms in stomach. How to stop the habit.
lovely 2 weeks ago
Irritable behaviour,Genital itching, if there are no eruptions and infections may also be due to worms.

Start Nat Phos 6x and Nat Sulph 6x.In addition to Cina. Stop KP.

anuj srivastava 2 weeks ago

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