I think it is worth mentioning that in each of these cases, the family had a Homeopathic Emergency Kit at their home (or nearby at a neighbor’s house). As a practitioner working with acute and emergency calls, I find that having a homeopathic kit in each household is a must.
10 year old girl, with intense pain that is worse from pressure in right hypochondrium; she is very thirsty, lethargic and irritable. She has had constipation for several days. She had eaten a strange sausage at her grandfather’s house, and was at the beach where she had swallowed sea water. She was nauseous and had cramps in her belly. An MD had prescribed suppositories. After several days the situation had gotten more and more serious. Liver enzymes were normal but a test found elevated bilirubin count. Stool was light-colored, patient was lethargic, lightheaded and unable to eat. The MD diagnosed obstruction of small intestines. The mother now called the homeopath, who had, eight years ago, resolved the case when the girl, at age 2, had molluscum contagiosum. He took the case over the phone, late at night. All symptoms resolved quickly after several doses of Bryonia 30C from her neighbor’s acute remedy kit, and by the next morning the girl was well.