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11-year-old girl with chronic headaches

Hi, I’m wondering if somebody could help us? My 11-year-old daughter is suffering with chronic headaches. She is currently having one for two weeks now right side of the head mostly behind the right eye. It started with weakness and shakiness although she isn’t currently having that symptom. The hospital diagnosed her with migraines although the intensity is less than a migraine. She’s been having symptoms for three years… The weakness and shakiness… The headaches began in February of this past year year. Thank you so much!
Angelica Mark
 
  angelicam on 2021-11-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Is she overweight or underweight?
Is she lazy or active ?
What are her food preferences?
Any other health issue?
 
telescope last week
She had surgery for congenital diaphragm hernia at five weeks of age. she had a scar over her stomach which was attached to her stomach valve which was resolved by an osteopath when she was three years old

three years ago she developed weakness and shakiness internally occasional dizziness these episodes would come and go in February 2020 she developed headaches. Around this time she developed eczema over the ankles and joints . the headaches are stable she wakes up with them she goes to sleep with them they don’t change in intensity upper down we have done bloodwork and ruled out any other issues her energy is low due to pain she is slightly under developed for her age and lower in energy than she should be although she does a lot of physical activity when she is feeling well dance etc.

Her digestion is good the only food sensitivity slightly is dairy. She eats a very healthy diet lots of vegetables and fruit, lots of water.

Thank you!
Angelica
 
angelicam last week
Please buy Sulphur 30 and give her one dose in the morning. Do not give her anything sour to eat or drink for two weeks.
 
telescope last week
Thank you for your assistance! I gave her a dose of NAT mur 1m a couple days ago should I wait before giving her the sulphur? Or can I give it to her today? Thank you!
 
angelicam last week
What was the response to Natrum Mur ?
 
telescope last week
I’m sorry I thought I replied but I didn’t post it!
she didn’t really have much of a response to NAT mur
it could possibly have made it worse but it’s hard to say because her headaches go up and down
 
angelicam last week
OK. You can give Sulphur now. Give it during day time.
Do not use any medicine for the eczema. Suppression of eczema can cause serious internal disease.
 
telescope last week
Thank you!
Is it ok if she puts a natural cream on The eczema to help with the itching?
 
angelicam last week
You can do that so long as it is not medicated.
 
telescope last week
Hi could you clarify sour? No fermented foods, pickles etc no lemons, citrus, vinegar, yoghurt. Anything else she needs to avoid? Thank you so much!
 
angelicam last week
You may add tomatoes, tomato sauce, soya sauce to that list.
 
telescope last week
Hi ,

my daughter took the sulphur 30 1 week ago with no change in the headache. Is it possible that it could take longer to have any shift? She has had a headache for 23 days morning till night nothing seems to change it up or down
thank you so much for your help!
 
angelicam 2 days ago
Give her one dose Calcarea Carb 30. No sour things.
 
telescope 2 days ago
Thank you!
 
angelicam 2 days ago

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