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Skin psorias analysis itching cramps in stomach

1. 8 years old. Father has psorias. Child has psoriasis mostly on knee bends, ankle bends, hips, Anal. It hung all the time mostly in red.

2. Feels happy in oepn air, forgetfulness, becomes angry quivkly, start weeping quickly, have separation anxiety of parents friends or from anyone.

3. He had some medicines like sulphur 200, pulsatile. He had some warts on toe of the foot. Given thuja 200 each week so 4 doses in a month. Warts disappear but now have severe cramps, and anal opening itching. Please prescribe some medicine.
 
  sajid sajjad on 2020-07-02
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Some changes to abo e. Its anal itching. Je is a boy of 8 years old. Thanks
 
sajid sajjad 2 months ago
NUX VOM 30
5 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER. FOR THREE DAYS.

Day 4 onwards

Nat Sulph 6x , five tabs three times a day and Cina 30 three drops in water one ounce three times a day.

Feedback after after 7 days
 
anuj srivastava 2 months ago
Ok thanks alot. Just one more info. Actually my wife took him to same homeo doctor three days ago about anal itching. So he advised Medhorinum 200 which was given then Nux vomica 200 which was given and then Sulphur 200 which was also given. Not on same day rather on 3 different days. And pulsatile 30 every day twice. I am just reporting here because in my previous post it was not mentioned. Also he is having psoriasis for the last two years while running and blocked nose around 4 years now. Thanks
 
sajid sajjad 2 months ago
Give him the medicines I have prescribed and a feedback.

For Nux 30 read 200.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-07-03 07:56:35]
 
anuj srivastava 2 months ago

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