Suspected PANDAS (Neurological inflammation)Is there a remedy for PANDAS in a child? This child is 11 1/2. She was seeing a homeopath that has made her worse. She was some Poly Bowel Clear, ABX Clear, and Adrenalinum. Within days of starting these, her defiance escalated to aggressive behaviors and some violence (hitting doors, throwing things, kicking doors, biting whatever she could get her hands on such as her clothes, etc). Before she started these remedies, she was very defiant, and verbally rude, etc. She had developed facial tics seemingly overnight. But the aggression and violent behavior did not appear until we started her on these remedies.
She has not received any other remedies except for Stramonium (one dose, didn't seem to do anything), and Androctonus (2 doses a week apart....either didn't do anything or made things worse also...hard to tell).
She has a long history of digestive issues. She has reported in the past few weeks feeling as if there is "hot anger" coursing through her body that she can't control. I believe she's having adrenaline rushes.
She explodes over the smallest things and is verbally abusive to her siblings and myself. She follows zero rules.
She is very afraid of losing control, and sometimes I will catch a glimpse of a scared little girl. She will stop in mid tantrum and say "Mommy what is happening to me?"
Any help is appreciated. I'm hesitant to go back to the same homeopath that I was dealing with before.
smpwk on 2020-12-09
Chamomilla-30 6 pills twice a day for 10 days and then give feedback
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