Speech Delay in both children adviceI cannot afford to got to a homeopath, but was hoping for recommendations.
My son is 3, but will be 4 next month. My daughter is 18 months. Both are speech delayed.
My son has started now with 3 word sentences. He has trouble paying attention or focusing. Needs constant redirection. Can be hyper at times. He rolls constantly and pushes into people. He gets hot easily, the only red faced sweaty child at preschool. His head sweats at night. Random fits. His birth was traumatic. 36 hour labor ended in c section because 12 pounds. Any suggestions? Dosages and how long to take?
My daughter is on target for every but speech. She is a chubby piggy little girl. She angers easily. She crawled and walked late. She loves all food. She doesn't say any words but ut oh. She had a UTI at 6 months. Both my kids had no vaccines. Any suggestions for her?
Hopeful3 on 2017-10-20
I meant to say puggy but it auto corrected me.
Also, my daughter is allergic to eggs. She just started to become picky to vegetables but never used to be. Her face is round and chunky.
My son has difficulty eating. He likes meat and carbs, no vegetables.
Hopeful3 8 months agoFor your son give silicea 30c. One pill/drop as a dose two times per day for four days only.
For your daughter give Calc. Carb. 30c. One pill/drop as a dose two times per day for four days only.
Observe changes over next two weeks and then report about the changes.
In between if any of them show significant betterment or worsening stop with that dose and report.
♥ maheeru 8 months agoI was able to find pellets of both. Would that be 5 pellets as recommended by the container? Or 1 pellet twice a day? Thank you
Hopeful3 8 months agoI've seen some improvement in my daughter, more attempts to make sounds and m words. However, no real difference in my son.
Hopeful3 8 months agoOk let the doses work for a couple of weeks in your daughter. Then we need to start calc. carb. 200c for her.
For your son, give more details like his cravings/aversions, his fears, his general personality traits and emotional symptoms and any other symptoms or details about him if you have missed to mention any.
♥ maheeru 8 months agoMy son has sensory processing disorder. He loves to roll and climb on everything. He can have a lot of energy for part of the day then it can crash for the later part of the day. He is highly sensitive to my husband and my emotions. It takes a lot of convincing him to eat, he mainly likes sweets or fruit. I have him on a traditional diet (sprouted flour, grass fed dairy, unprocessed sugar). I must cut up his sandwiches or other food to eat with a fork or he screams. He needs ketchup with most foods he eats. His sugar level dips a lot during the day, so I feed him lots of little snacks (beef jerky, fruit, etc.) Almost every day that he comes home from his 3 hour preschool he is angry and yells for the 1st hour, but normally calms down after lunch. I suspect it is too much sensory activity. He curls up in a ball normally in the mornings and says that his tummy hurts. However, I suspect it is actually his legs. He trips constantly. I must lay with him for him to go to sleep at night. Otherwise, he will keep getting up for 2 hours "to go to the bathroom." He says there are creatures in his room.
Hopeful3 8 months agoOk for your son, give Belladonna 200c(since we are using in water, smallest quantity could be purchased) in water. Dissolve two pills/drops of the medicine in 250ml of mineral or packaged drinking water. From this bottle give him one or two drops as a dose using a disposable dropper.
From second dose onwards, shake the bottle up and down for four times just before the dose. Keep the bottle preserved away from sunlight and moisture.
Give him one dose per week to the maximum of SIX doses. If there is aggravation or adverse symptom, stop and report.
Keep me posted with changes periodically.
♥ maheeru 8 months ago
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