Considerate relief of Atopic Dermatitis for an infant with Homeopathic Prescription given with due consideration to his mother's insecure state during pregnancy
An infant with Atopic Dermatitis is treated by a Homeopath, who gave due consideration to mother's insecure state during pregnancy to prescribe. Thus her child gets considerate relief of his complaints.
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Master XYZ an 8 months male presents with

  • Reddish pustular eruptions over the face, which started as a small pustular patch over forehead 1 month back.
  • Eruptions were quite a lot itchy, making the infant irritable enough to keep scratching.

The infant had an uneventful birth history having a birth weight of 3 kilos.

Unveiling mother's state during pregnancy gave an insight into the case of this infant. Married for 6 long years; but after initial merry years, the mother harbored a sense of insecurity for her husband leading to a sense of loneliness. She took a lot of efforts to tide against this state of hers by pleasing her husband by looks and deeds.

Mother of the infant used to feel unusually hungry at 11am with a desire to eat sweets and meat. She used dream of fire and of been unsuccessful. She couldn't tolerate hot climate.

Prescription for the infant was made after giving due consideration to mother's state during pregnancy in conjecture with the infant's presentation. He was given Mag sulph 30. After 2 days it was observed that the itching had reduced greatly but the child had developed high grade fever and after a month of treatment there was an aggravation of eruptions with discharge of pus, otherwise the child was calm. Thereafter with continued treatment with Mag sulph 30, the child was peaceful, no itching, no whining, no redness within a couple of months. Later month the infant face was all clear.

Before the treatment


Before the treatment

After the treatment


After the treatment

Thus infant got considerate relief for his complaints with a Homeopathic prescription given with due consideration of his mother's mental state during pregnancy.

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