Case 1 – Ben, the Boy Who Needed Belladonna
Case 2 – Ruby, the Girl Who Needed Pulsatilla
Case 3 – Kurt, the Boy Who Needed Hepar Sulph
Case 4 – Kahlia, the Girl Who Needed Calcarea Carbonica
Tip for Managing “Middle-of-the-Night” Ear Pain
Tips for avoiding Middle Ear Infections
If bottle feeding your child, make sure you do not allow your child to feed in a lying down position. Milk pooling around the Eustachian tube provides the perfect breeding ground for bacteria.Milk sensitivity (and to a lesser degree, wheat sensitivity) can trigger ear problems.
Remove dairy products from the infant or child’s diet. Goat’s milk is a good substitute and is better tolerated by children. Once again, see your homeopath for a deeper treatment as the sensitivity itself is a symptom of an underlying imbalance that needs to be corrected.
Source: Homeopathy Plus!