Hans had other fantasies too. One included Has' being in the bath and a borer going inside of his stomach. Another was how Hans apparently played a game involving mummy's and daddy's. Hans then believed that he was the dad and that his dad was in fact a grandad.
Hans began to have some strange dreams. An example of one was that he dreamt of a large giraffe and a crumpled giraffe in the room. In the dream, Hans took the crumpled away and the big one called out. Then Hans sat on the crumpled one. According to Freud, this represented Hans wanting to take his mother away from his father. Hans' father became sick of this and wanted him to become more independent.
Hans' father had been observing and recording his behaviour and was having discussions with Freud about his phobias. Freud recorded and analysed these observations.
By the age of 5 Hans' phobias had significantly lessened and then disappeared altogether and Freud believed the Oedipus complex had been resolved. The analysis and study had come to an end.