Advise on IodiumHello,
A few months back was advised Iodium by Dr Neil Madhavan which went all the way upto 10M. However because of a boil on the rectum wall which was not cured even after going all the way upto 10M, the medicine was changed to Pulsatilla 1M - 3 times. While on Iodium, the boil would surface occassionally with severe pains.
Pulsatilla has not favoured me. The boil was constantly aggravated and through out there was burning pains. The physicals also did not improve.
For me Iodium was much better compared to Pulsatilla.
Now the question is can I revert back to Iodium. If so how do I go about it. I suppose I can go all the way upto CM.
Is there an alternative. Presently feeling lousy, with burning pains in the chest area, palpitation and heady grogginess.
Anxiously waiting for a reply.
Dr Neil Madhavan is inaccessible these days.
pimathew on 2010-07-01
Take Calcarea Sulph 6x ...4 pills 4 times a day.
Hamamelis 6c three times a day.
If the boil bleeds pus and blood...let it do so, clean the area...as cure will take place after it bursts.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 7 years agoHello Sir,
The boil is small just comes up with burning pains at times it is dormant. Slightly raised.
I have tried Calc Sulph and Hamamelis MT, but still could not cure it.
Any other suggestions. I probably would have taken a lot of meds for my problems which you might be aware.
Thanks a lot
pimathew 7 years agoThen take Myristica 200 one dose.
It will make it burst.
Yes...I remember you are from Pune.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 7 years ago
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