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Child having pus cells, albumin trace in urine, frequent stomach ache, swelling below eye, low appetite, tiredness, dislikes studies. Homeopathic remedy?

respected doctor, my 4 and half year old daughter is suffering from albumin trace and pus cell 3-6. she always sleep on chest/stomach. her urine is smell very strongly, she complain stomach pain frequently. swelling is seen below eye. very less desire to eat. she like watching t.v., sleeping and easy game. she does not like study. she complain tiredness frequently. kindly suggest homeopathy remedy...... pl..... d.k.bij
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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Swelling can be due to, protein- albumin loss,sometimes Anemia also, other symptoms also indicate past illness. Does she have any past history of any prolonged fever, urinary infection or gastric infection or worms etc, please let me know about her complete urine , stool and blood test for Hb, T&D, ESR.
start China30-twice a day four days in a week, canthris 30 twice a day next three days of week Avena sativa Q 5 drops thrice a day daily for two weeks and report.
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