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2 issues as result of childbirth torticollis and prolaps

I have a 8 week old daughter who has torticollis. Our homeopath has prescribed Lycopodium. I am having a hard time getting a straight answer on how often to medicate her . Homeopath has said once a week or once a day and just one drop. We have found that 30c works best. The good affects last about 4 hours I feel she may need it more often. What is your recommendation?
I have a prolapsed uterus I found the remedy sepia on this web cite but found nothing about strength or length of time to take it.

thank you, Edythe
  Edythe on 2006-08-17
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Try Fraxinum Americana for prolapse of uterus. if is very dependabal durgs in homoeopathy use Q or 3x three times in a day will give you very good result.
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
While the Frax Am is good for prolapse it is unlikely to have any effect on the torticollis.

Is the chin drawn straight down , or does it bear to the right or left?.
walkin last decade
her tight SCM is on the right . Her chin turns to the left . she has been taking lycopodium irregulary as i cant cet a straight answer on dosage.I have elected to give her one drop once a day
Edythe last decade

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