Mother of an 11-year-old girl came on 11 August 2014 with a complaint of chronic bedwetting by her child right from an early age. The frequency increased from the age of 10 to daily episodes of bedwetting. The child expressed that she had some kind of fear gripping her at night during sleep. The parents did nothing to consult any doctor and no treatment of any kind was given to her.
The practitioner prepared:
#1. CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.2 Child tonic + CC13.3 Incontinence + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders…TDS
After 3 weeks the mother reported that the frequency of bed wetting had reduced to alternate night. The intensity of fear was also reduced by 50%. An additional remedy was given with advice to continue #1:
#2. NM21 KBS…TDS
After one week the mother said that there was no episode of bedwetting from the very night the first dose of #2 was given. The intensity of fear was reduced by 75%. Both #1 and #2 were continued TDS for 3 months, for the comfort of the mother.
After 4 months in mid-December 2014 the fear was completely gone. So the dosage of #1 and #2 was reduced to OD for a month and then to OW for another month.
In February 2016, the mother confirmed that there had been no recurrence of bedwetting by her daughter and no feeling of fear at night.