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regarding height defeciency of my daughterMy daughter 13 yrs ht 135 cms,have defeciency of height. she is dextrocardiac,but she is absolutely normal.doctors say dextrocardiac is not the cause for less height.since past 1 yr she is taking tab rite hite and dilution baryta carb,but there is no improvement in height.her wt is 29 kg.she is very intelligent in studies.except height no other issues......pl share views in the matter....thanks
yusuf99 on 2012-06-27
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Stop taking Baryta-carb. That is very dangerous. It is also completely the wrong remedy. Baryta-carb children are slow, retarded, unable to learn or remember anything, dependent, childish, helpless. Does that sound like your daughter? If not you should not be giving her remedies that are not properly selected for her by someone with knowledge of homoeopathic prescribing. Taking Baryta-carb like this could actually be stunting her growth. Is that what you would be willing to risk?
Why do you think she will not grow any further? Children her age often begin to get growth spurts all the way up to 20years old and even a bit beyond that.
She is somewhat underweight, even for her height. Her height is probably closer to that of an 11 year old, but her weight is more like that of a 9 year old. She is only one catagory behind where she should be height-wise, so I do not think that is something to worry about yet, as her growth spurt could come anytime. Her weight though is certainly a bit more of an issue. She is probably 7kg lighter than you would expect for her height.
I would have to consider nutritional issues here first. Her eating habits, or even the family's eating habits may need to be examined. There could also be some issues with malnourishment.
However, failure to gain weight and height is definitely a symptom of Dextrocardia. What I want to know, is why the doctors assured you it was not responsible, when the condition is well known to cause such a problem?
brisbanehomoeopath on 2012-06-27BRISBANE.....I do agree with u that it may be becoz of dextrocardiac,suggest some remedy for height and weight gain....her eating habits are not good.she is a moody child,she is not getting proper nutrition.....kindly share u r views
yusuf99 on 2012-06-28Homoeopathy cannot fix poor nutrition while the person continues to eat badly. That needs to be addressed urgently. You may find that is all the help she needs.
brisbanehomoeopath on 2012-06-28This thread continues beneath the following ad.Sir, my daughter is 10 yrs old, her height is 123 cms. I gave her Baryta carb30 for 6 or 7 months in 2014-15. Then in 2017 I gave her one dose of baryta carb 200 only. She has grown nearly 3.5 inches from Aug-16 to Jul-17. But she is not growing since july-17.In July-17 she was treated for a short growth(acne) near left nose. The doctor prescribed C.C.200 weekly on the prescription.Please suggest remedy for her height. Can C.C.200 stunt growth or is it a normal course. Sir I am very worried for her.
punitmittal777 on 2018-01-02
punitmittal777 saidSir, my daughter is 10 yrs old, her height is 123 cms. I gave her Baryta carb30 for 6 or 7 months in 2014-15. Then in 2017 I gave her one dose of baryta carb 200 only. She has grown nearly 3.5 inches from Aug-16 to Jul-17. But she is not growing since july-17.In July-17 she was treated for a short growth(acne) near left nose. The doctor prescribed C.C.200 weekly on the prescription.Please suggest remedy for her height. Can C.C.200 stunt growth or is it a normal course. Sir I am very worried for her.
I am from India. Also she is very intelligent and allrounder but hegiht is the main problem.
punitmittal777 on 2018-01-02
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