Case Quizes

Speaking Of Bedwetting….

Try and solve this month’s exciting and challenging Hpathy Quiz!

Mom, it’s time for the quiz.

Shana, don’t look now, but, it’s our 10th year of doing the quiz, our 10th anniversary!  Can you believe it?

Woo-hoo!  Whose case do we have this month?

Ahem!  Well, since you ask…..I have to point out that the quiz answer is now in.  Click below everybody!

Revisiting: Speaking Of Bedwetting….


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Elaine Lewis

Elaine Lewis, D.Hom., C.Hom.
Elaine is a passionate homeopath, helping people offline as well as online. Contact her at [email protected]
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Shana Lewis

Shana spices up the Hpathy Quiz with her timely announcements and reviews on the latest in pop culture. Her vast knowledge of music before her time has inspired the nickname: "Shanapedia"!


  • My dear Elaine, let me guess this time. Well I’ ll vote Causticum for the following reasons.
    1. The condition of Causticum can be predisposed by prolonged sorrow and here the causation is grief since Wanda’s father has moved out.
    2. Another important note to remember about Causticum is the great weakness of the nervous and muscular-skeletal system on physical level; this weakness is increasing gradually and unnoticeably, and may reach point of paralysis of single organs and parts (bladder).
    3. Causticum passes urine unconsciously, without sensing the stream. Wets the bed in the first sleep.

    So I am expecting your comments next month Until then warm regards. to you and Shana of course.

  • Dear Elaine – I would like to celebrate along with you for 10 years doing this marvelous quiz. I’m sure thousands of people have learned from the twosome Shana and Elaine. CONGRATULATIONS!
    love, Debby

    Bladder; involuntary urination; night, incontinence in bed; in first sleep
    Bladder; pain; pressing; sitting cross legged ameliorate
    Bearing down pain cross limbs ameliorate

    Sepia first choice; zinc small remedy

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