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Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S.
Started by: TaraJoy at September 3 2013

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Re:Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S. By: TaraJoy
  
September 7 2017
Thanks again Udaya. I'll dispatch the Nat Mur and Sepia. I'd been reading in one place that mentioned Mezereum for 'the elderly' and it came over me like a shock that my father is elderly! He optimistically refers to himself as 'just a wee bit past my prime'.

You're of course right about the patient becoming weak and the virus re-surfacing (as shingles). When Tuckoo supposedly had chicken pox last year, my father was here every day w/o becoming ill. In this instance, I feel he was weakened by the travel and became ill within one day of being exposed to the children who had the chicken pox. He was also at an altitude that likely didn't suit him.

Meanwhile...as to the virus lying dormant in nerve ganglion....do you think the location is random? Would it gravitate to an area of weakness? Don't go to any trouble here; I just thought it would be something interesting to know for future reference. :0)

Warm regards,
Tara
ps: small update...says he's quite a bit better now he's had the ranunculus....new symptom is some pain whilst turning head side to side

Re:Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S. By: udaya kumar
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September 7 2017
Hypericum can be used for nerve pain and nerve rejuvenation..... The virus probably travels through the nerve and gets entangled there without surfacing for long long periods of time....He must have had chicken pox in his childhood.......afterall old age is second childhood and no one really want to acknowledge that old is old(ies) gold. I always say I am 18 with 45 years of experience.....!!!

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Re:Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S. By: TaraJoy
  
September 8 2017
Hi again...never a dull day....now Tuckoo's moved her neck funny or something.... like a little pop and she's not able to turn her head completely to the right or put it back as if to gaze at the ceiling. The sore spot is close to the nape, just a bit to the right.I don't think it's severely painful (?) as much as she can't abide restriction so she's quite put out. Are there any remedies that would suit here? I'm drawing a blank other than having given her a dose of Aconitum relative to the suddenness, and I thought she was a bit shocked and frightened. This happened in evening and I did learn something that I'd never known: she gets hot in bed and therefore moves about quite a lot. I knew she moved a lot but she never said the reason earlier, and she always covers up so I wasn't after suspecting that.

As for my father....thanks again....you'd think I'd have sent him Hypericum straightaway but it didn't occur to me in my initial frenzy. For sure the second childhood - and I think for my father it's the second parenthood as well - now he's got the tribe of grandkids. He doesn't say it but it's plain he's after doing what he might think he missed out or got wrong in his younger days. Have you got any grandkids yourself now?

Meanwhile I like your way of thinking regarding your '45 years of experience'! I passed it along to the old man and he told me to pass this along to you:
"Some old fellas were having a chat and Seamus says,
'Ye know me hands are so shaky I can barely hold me cup of tea.'
Kevin adds, 'Me eyes are so bad I cant even SEE me cup of tea.'
Mick says, 'Never mind that. I can't turn me head thanks to the pain in me neck.'
Seamus: 'Me heart pills make me dizzy.'
Kevin: 'Sure now that's the price we pay for getting old.'
Mick: 'Ah well, thank God we can all still drive!"

Re:Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S. By: udaya kumar
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September 8 2017
As for the suddenness it is Belladonna but here I think it should be one dose of Rhus Tox 200C followed by one or two doses of Arnica 30C.....Arnica for the reason "" she gets hot in bed and therefore moves about quite a lot. I knew she moved a lot but she never said the reason earlier, """ Arnica always finds the bed hard and go around the bed searching for a cozy part......!!!

I have grand grand nephews but no grand children as yet.......

What a coincidence """Mick says, 'Never mind that. I can't turn me head thanks to the pain in me neck.' """" and I am prescribing Arnica. I am thankful to my front glass and rear mirror that I can see my future and my past too...what moves towards me and what moves away from me.......Driving is an experience and a journey......which has a beginning and an end....

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Re:Att: Mr. Kumar. 7 year old, Belladonna, and P.A.N.D.A.S. By: TaraJoy
  
September 10 2017
Hi Udaya,
So often I've given her Aconitum when it should have been Belladonna....I'm thinking the Aconitum is actually for myself! Any road, she's had the Rhus and the Arnica now (my supply was down due to sending it all off to my father) and she's 95% better. Tuckoo is a mixture of hot and cold but we were that surprised when she said she felt hot at night because she's always wearing socks and covering her head with the blanket like a hood, no matter the weather. (Granted some of this is habit from fixed ideas and/or sensory perception errors that have gone off but the habit remains). I think you're right about the Arnica - it makes more sense that she's looking for that cozy part but I don't think she knew how to describe that. Thanks for mentioning it. The morning after she'd said she gets hot, she said the bed had been cold that night.There's no keeping up with her.

As for 'coincidence', believe it or not I'd earlier had a dream where Tuckoo came out with the exact spots as my father. Thankfully that wasn't true but the same day he'd mentioned he couldn't turn his head, she couldn't turn hers. So it's all three of them (if we count your man 'Mick'). :0)

You're surely different to most folks who seem uneasy when seeing what moves towards and away from them. I think driving can be a metaphor for the healing process. And for relationships in general. Some folks can't abide motion, mystery or the dreaded moving target....they might rather be seeing something they feel they can control...or suppress. I think my poor husband is even like this with the garden - he can't fathom what I'm out there doing in it. It's like he's thinking, 'It's planted, isn't it? How dare it grow? Or ail? Or die?'
Thanks always,
Tara

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