Belladonna: Restless sleep in nervous, excitable children who wet the bed. Involuntary passing of urine in sleep during night.
Acidum Benzoicum: Strong smelling urine of low specific gravity. Bed wetting several times during sleep.
Calcarea Carbonica: Enuresis in children who are plump, eat dirt and other indigestible things.
Causticum: Involuntary spurting of urine on sneezing and coughing. Involuntary urination in children and aged at night during the first sleep.
Cina: Enuresis due the presence of worms in children. The child scratches the tip of the nose often.
Ferrum Metallicum: Involuntary urination worse daytime. Tickling in the urethra extending to the bladder.
Kali Bromatum: Bedwetting with diminished sensitivity of the urethra.
Pulsatilla Nigricans: For girls who wet the bed during the day as well as the night. Poor sleepers and in patients who eat too much.
Sepia: Enuresis in first part of the sleep with very offensive urine.
Silicea: Nocturnal enuresis in children with worms.
Take 8 to 10 drops in half-cup of water 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician
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