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molluscum contagiosum

hi, I'm in need of some advice as my 5 year old son is suffering from molluscum. He has had molluscum on & off for the last 4 years or so. Since this summer it's getting progressively worse, it has spread so much, most of them are on his genitals, bottom, legs, arms, chest. I have been giving him thuja 6 for the last month morning and evening, can't see any dramatic improvement. Some of the lumps on his legs became quite big and redish, hard with flaky top and red/inflamed skin around them (i guess it has to do with clothes rubbing them). Am thinking to try thuja tincture as bathing solution for the lumps, also maybe i should give him echinacea q... Generally he is healthy, yearly this year we had 3 ear infections which we treated with homeopathic remedies, after constitutional berylium 1m we seam to managed to get out from the infections. Should i try it again?

Thank you!
  miaki on 2006-09-25
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pls past or email the photogrpahs of the effected area. Thuja will be the right medicine you can add the Nat sulph 12x to get the quicker result.
dr. deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade

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