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6 year daughter, Cavities in teeth, Less appetite

Dear sir/mam,



My daughter is 6 year old.. She had tooth cavities in last two lower teeth since last 1 year.. We have made them filled by dentist.. But it seems that even after filling cavity size in increasing and some more teeth are going to weak and cavities may form there too in near future.

She is thin, have less appetite, We have given him Ostocalcium syrup for 2 months. Calcarea Phos 6x + Calcarea Flour 6x for 3 months.... but no benefit is seem.

Please suggest some proper medicine for his teeth and to increase appetite too. Sometimes she complains for constipation too.

Dr. Kadwa, Dr. Nawaz, Dr.Rishimbha or any one plz consider the case. And kindly do not mind, its just a request that plz experienced homeopath consider the case as its matter of child.

Regards,
Ankit Verma


Regards,
Ankit
 
  ankit111 on 2021-02-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
KREOSOTUM 30 2 DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TIMES A DAY.

CALC PHOS 3X AND CALC FLOUR 3X IN ADDITION.


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anuj srivastava 9 months ago
First of all Thanks dear anuj,

Kindly tell me how much times a day should we give Calc.Phos3x and Calc Flour3x.
Second thing i want to ask can we use Calc.Phos6x and Calc Flour6x instead of 3x...asking just for knowledge.
 
ankit111 9 months ago
USE 3X . 2 TABS OF EACH THREE TIMES A DAY.
 
anuj srivastava 9 months ago
Ok, Thanks dear anuj
 
ankit111 9 months ago

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