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8 year old with white spots on finger nails

Hi, My 8 year old has numerous white spots on his finger nails and I have found out that this shows zinc deficiency. Is there any way to supplement this in homeopathy? ALso he has trouble digesting protein rich foods such as eggs, soy.He also reacts very badly to carrots.He gets hives from egg white but not from egg yolk?Also he grinds his teeth at night.
Thanks in advance!!!!

  sunny31 on 2006-07-03
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Silicea 3X twice a day for two weeks and then Silicea 30 once a day for a month would resolve all improper nutritional assimilation problems.
girilal last decade
Dear Sunny31,

I advise you to give Cina 200 twice a dayi.e.morning and evening(6-10 pellets makes one dose).Along with Cina 200 give him Calc Phos 6X thrice a day(4 pellets make one dose). Do not give him egg,coffee,raw onion,ginger,garlic.

Report after 15 days.

Dr.Dinesh Sharma
drdineshsharma last decade
Have you had a toxin screening done looking for lead and asenic?
jdavis last decade
Does he fidget with his feet much , have restless legs ??
carlotta last decade
Thank you dr. sharma. I'll definitely follow your recommendation.

CArlotta, very intersting that you mention these symptoms but yeah he does fidget with his feet much and loves to use his hands, has to touch and feel evrything just can't stop him from touching and feeling things around him but he is very bright too.

Thanks ,
Sunny 31
sunny31 last decade

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