Growth Problems (BM228)
Baryta CarbD25 100C, Calc PhosD25 100C, IodiumD25 100C, MedorrhinumD100 100C, PsorinumD100 100C, ThujaD25 100C
Growth hormones are responsible to promote the deficient factors in different ways to meet the growth requirements. The specific symptoms includes delayed growth, poor growth, slow weight gain and slow height gain. Growth and size depends on environmental conditions as well as genetic endowment. The first year is characterized by rapid physical growth. A normal baby doubles its birth weight in six months and triples in a year. During that time, there is great expansion of the head and chest, thus permitting development of the brain, heart, and lungs, the organs most vital to survival.
The bones, which are relatively soft at birth, begin to harden, and the fontanelles, the soft parts of the newborn skull, begin to calcify, the small one at the back of the head at about 3 months, the larger one in front at varying ages up to 18 months. Brain weight also increases rapidly during infancy: by the end of the second year, the brain has already reached 75% of its adult weight. The conditional growth symptoms also includes short stature, growth retardation, delayed growth, lack of growth, severe dwarfing, slow weight gain and slow height gain.