Clinical Cases

Two Cases – Vomiting & Sterility

Written by Simone Fayeton

Dr. Simonne Marie luc Fayeton shares two Aethusa Cynapium cases. One is of repeated vomiting, loss of weight in a man of 24. Another case is of sterility in a woman after 3 years of oral contraceptives.

On 11/08/04, a young man 24 years old was brought to me on a stretcher, exhausted, he couldn’t stand up. He vomited everything he ate despite an operation for a hiatal hernia a year before, which was ineffective. So he was put in a hospital where they wanted him to say that he had a problem, but he had nothing to tell them.

It only gets worse every day, he doesn’t eat anymore, it doesn’t go away, he just wants to throw up. He had already lost 8 kg, since the operation and he had lost another 20 kg.

The history shows the following facts:

Second child 10 years after the first. As a baby, he regurgitated his bottles.

We spoiled him, we made sacrifices for what he liked. He always liked to eat well. Very good relationship with animals. I ask if the beginning of the troubles did not follow a grief over an animal. They are surprised that I go straight to it.

“A shock when one of the 3 cats died. He had gotten it for his 4th birthday. He was raised with it. “It was his friend, he spoke to him, he understood everything, this cat. When he wasn’t there, the cat would look for him everywhere. And as soon as he arrived, … The patient starts to cry.

Aethusa cynapium XM, and a baby cat of a friend.

On 11/09/04

Little by little, it was better, the appetite came back slowly, Now I eat normally since 3 weeks.  He will resume in November, then December, at moments of fatigue.

I saw him again on 29/02/2011.  He was very well and he had passed the competitive examination for peacekeeper,  He is in a relationship and he has a child of 18 months.  They will get married when he can be transferred to Haute-Loire.

But at the moment, he is very tired, his mother is full of metastases, his father has just been operated on for colon cancer, the child does not sleep at night.

How are you as a peacekeeper?

Not too severe, I’m more into prevention than repression. I never got the merit bonus because I don’t always fit the mold. I like my job, I’m not looking for a bonus. I don’t trust many people. Now, in Paris, the police is divide and rule, it’s really heavy.

My personal problems for that, it’s the straw that breaks the camel’s back. I don’t have problems with the hierarchy, but I can’t stand injustice. When I was in Saint Etienne, I was a local police officer, I had a good contact with people, I lost that in Paris, I miss it.

As a child, I always wanted to be a peacekeeper, I like the contact, the friendliness, it’s innate. In Paris, it’s not the same mentality. In Saint Etienne, it’s a bit of a countryside, people are simple. In Paris, I feel like I’m stuck.

How is it that at the hospital, you refused any dialogue with the doctors?

I didn’t trust them; when I arrived there was no flash. I have to feel it, where I step.

By intuition ?

Kind of like that. It’s like when I buy something, I have to have the flash.

Maybe I lack confidence in myself.

In you or in the effectiveness of your word?

Maybe that, there are words that I can’t find, I block a bit. I have memory lapses when I’m tired. I find it harder to express myself when I’m tired.

And the little cat?

She is adorable, I left her at my parents’ house. As soon as I arrive she follows me everywhere.

Aethusa cynapium 18000

Evolution at 02/05/18:  He is very well ; he does not consult any more, he brings me his son.


In Aethusa, the reason does not interest him, because it can be wrong. He is not interested in words because they can be the source of many misunderstandings. Aethusa wants to communicate by intuition, beyond words, hence his attachment to a pet. 


Aethusa Cynapium


Simonne Marie luc Fayeton

Sterility after 3 years of oral contraceptive treatment. She has been trying to have a child for 4 years; hormonal treatment, 3 IVF. It doesn’t work, she doesn’t stop crying.

1st consultation on 19/10/06  – What characterizes her:  Love of animals.

“I have a horse, a cat, a dog. My horse doesn’t need to talk to me, we understand each other, there is a dialogue. The dog is the same, it’s as if it were my little one.

She is lonely.

‘I barricade myself in my house. I live in the middle of the woods. People, you take their side, you relativize, they are as they can, navel-gazing, they do not listen. I have to put up barriers because I don’t want to be invaded.

Aethusa cynapium : A barrier between sense and external objects

Aethusa cynapium XM

On 12/14/06
“Well, it’s getting better. For the first time, menstruation without being sick; it changes life. I was at the bottom of the hole. I recovered.

Take Aethusa cynapium 12000 after the next period.

On 13/03/07
There was no next period, she is pregnant, everything is fine.

The 05/06/07
Heavy legs and gastric reflux.
Aethusa 15000K   (4H in case of heartburn.)

The 06/07/07
She starts her 7th month; everything is fine.
C-section planned on October 2nd (scarred uterus).

23/10/07: 1st consultation of Simon.
“As this little one is a bit yours too, we called him Simon”.

Dr Simonne Marie luc Fayeton, 23/10/07

About the author

Simone Fayeton

Dr. Simonne Marie Luc Fayeton was born January 1935. She did her medical studies in Paris, and earned her medical degree 1960. From 1977- 1983 she taught Homeopathy in Groupe Lyonnais d'Etudes Médicales. She studied Unicist techniques with Dr. Mureau in Belgium and later with Dr. Schmidt in France. In 1983 she met Dr Alphonso Elizalde Masi. In 1984 she became Founder and President of Association Française pour l'Approfondissement de la Doctrine Hahemanienne.

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