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Cure for Squint Eye

My daughter is 9 years old she has squint in left eye more and a slightly in right eye. She also has vision problem more in left eye. We are able to notice it at 9 months when a pediatrician checked her. We consulted Eye specialist for children and he told us to use patch for both eyes.
we did for 2 years and no improvement much. I started looking for alternative medicine and shown to Ayurveda doctor they started giving treatment. There is slight improvement but not as expected. I got to know that never weakness causes squint eye. I am suspecting that for my daughter. She is very shy in nature do not mingle with new people easily and likes sweets and chocolates and bakery items. She is allergic to dust and food like chocolates which causes cold and cough. We are using ayurvedic medicine for this cold and cough also.
Please let me know any suitable medicines are there in HOMEO.
 
  jag_abchomeo on 2017-07-04

This is an internet forum. Posts are not from medical professionals.
Squint eye in kids are primarily due to bright light (like flash light from camera, surgery theater during delivery, and to some extent fast changing lights when watching cell phone or tablets, esp. during night)


Give her Gelsemium 30, in wet dose, for 3 days only and write back what difference you noticed. Search for "Joepathy wet dose" for instructions. Gelsemium has helped many kids for squinting.

 
Reva V on 2017-07-05

Do you need more help?

 
jawahar on 2017-08-13

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