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Phosphorus is an essential mineral. It is important in the formation high energy compounds used by the body, maintaining strong bones and teeth, and muscle and nerve functioning. Meats and milk are a good source of phosphorus. Deficiency is very rare as phosphorus is ...Read more
We are giving calcarea phos to our daughter of 11 months one tablet thrice a day, do we have to continue or stop calcarea phos. ?
Calcium in infants: Calcium supplements, particularly in a prescribed dose, are usually only given to children because they have a metabolic problem such as prematurity, hypoparathyroidism, kidney problems or other deficiencies. The timing of discontinuation depends on many factors, and should be guided by your daughters consultant. ...Read more
Unlikely: This is a naturopathic approach of unknown benefit. Gbm is a very difficult disease that can cause significant disability. I would discuss any supplement with your doctor. ...Read more
I am 29 yr old and and do lot of weight lifting . Can i consume calcarea phos 12x instead of shelcal 500 mg as a calcium supplement?
No: Consuming calcium in supplement form differs entirely from using the homeopathic remedy calc phos 12x. It's also best to get your calcium from food as much as possible, but if you need extra calcium because of poor diet you can take your "shelcal 500mg." homeopathic remedies are made to affect your healing ; restorative system, an energy part of you -- rather than supply specific nutrients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi theré.My baby is 6 months old and I am giving him calcarea phosp.I just want to know the side effects.
Calcium phosphate: A healthy 6 month old eating a healthy diet needs no added calcium phosphate. The notion that "homeopathic" is somehow automatically good, is not wise. Side effects can include nausea and colic, vomiting, poor appetite, constipation, dry mouth, increased thirst and increased urination. Excess calcium among other things can cause kidney stones, so get calcium from natural sources--ie food. ...Read more
Calcarea carbonica: Calcarea carbonica is a homeopathic medicine, or remedy. I am not sure how you have this "in both [your] feet"? You would not treat calcarea carb in your feet, but the remedy might be helpful for various kinds of foot pain and sweatiness. What problems are you dealing with? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calcarea carbonica: Physicians who have not studied homeopathy or seen what it can do, will likely say "don't bother." but having studied & practiced this since 1999, i can say that if your case is well-taken by an experienced homeopath and calcarea carbonica is well indicated, it can afford healing from a wide variety of health problems. Homeopathy treats your whole being over time, & not just 1 part. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not by itself: An abscess is a closed collection of pus (infection) and the treatment must be to open it up and let the pus out. Antibiotics are used to treat the surrounding infected tissues and reduce spread of infection. Your remedy may be of benefit as a prt of this treatment to stimulate the immune system to better fight the infection but I do not recommend that it be the only treatment. ...Read more
Hello,my son is 1 year old and i am giving him calcarea phosphorica ,but since i had started calcarea for him he cries alot before sleeping,is it ok.
FDA warns against : using Hyland's Teething Tablets because the amount of bella donna is variable & can be toxic. See http://www.homeowatch.org/reg/hylands.html & http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/531.html. At a consistent bedtime, read, rock, brush his teeth after the last feed & put him to bed in his own room, drowsy, but awake, to learn to self-calm for sleep without bottle or pacifier. ...Read more
My 2.5 year daughter had eaten almost half bottle of Dr Rickeweg, Calcarea Phosphorica 6x, so I am little worried about it.
Time to call...: To find out the next step after a minor overdose of a homeopathic product, a parent should call Poison Control for more information and recommendations. If Poison Control finds a potentially dangerous ingredient in the product, the child may end up getting evaluated and observed at the E.R. If the product is purely homeopathic, it might not have anything in it other than water. ...Read more
Need right remedy: Calcarea sulphurica works very well for your acne, if it's the indicated remedy for you. There are over 250 remedies known to help with acne! a well-trained homeopath will consider your whole being -- not just your acne. Acne is only 1 sign of the disturbance in your healing system. The right remedy addresses this disturbance which is the source of the problem you're experiencing (acne & more). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calcarea sulphurica: If your complete symptom picture exactly matches that of the homeopathic remedy calcarea sulphurica, you may benefit from it. This may include resolution of kidney stones. However, this remedy does not "work" if your symptom picture differs from it. A professional homeopath can investigate your case ; find the remedy best suited to you. Collaborating with conventional physicians helps also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor friend suggested Calcarea Phosphorica 6x for my 5 year old daughter as general growth supplement. Is it ok. or there are any side effects?
Supplements: I personally would stay away from all supplements unless specifically indicated, especially for children. Supplements are not regulated and sometimes can contain dangerous ingredients too. A good well rounded diet is what they need for their growth. Keep variety in foods and stay away from fads. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal phosphorus: Serum phosphorus (p) is measured in milligrams of p per deciliter of blood (mg/dl). The normal range is generally 2.4 to 4.1 mg/dl and it varies slightly depending on your age. It’s natural for children to have higher p levels because they need more of this mineral to help their bones develop. ...Read more
Rare kidney problems: Phosphorus is an important compound that allows our muscles to contract, our nerves to function, and builds bones and teeth. Certain kidney problems can cause loss of phosphorous in the form of the ion phosphate, called hypophosphatemia. The phosphate urine test measures the amount of phosphate in a sample of urine collected over 24 hours (24-hour urine test). ...Read more