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when i am searching solution for my problem i found this forum. so, i am presenting my case. pls help me to get rid of the severe headache or migraine.
im 30 yrs old. I have been suffering from headaches for the past 5yrs. few months ago doctor told its a migraine.
It is usually on the left side. I feel tensed, sensitive to light, noise. when this happen my body becomes very chill. i cant able to move freely.
i feel it starts just before or during my menses and lasts for 2-3 days. i tied my eyes with a piece of cloth and stay in dark room during headaches.
And burning sensation during urination, sometimes urine comes like drops and painful.
i am a reseved person, speaks only to people who are we close to me. I get stressed out easily and I have always been a worrier. i losed my husband few years back in accident and i think and worried about my childrens future.
i take 2-3 tablets of dart or saridons or compiflame and apply painpalm to get rid of this severe headace.
so what to do to get permanent solution.
pls help me .
kmurali on 2010-12-30
Please take three wet doses of Lycopodium 30c separated by 30 minutes each on a single day.
Put 2 drops/pills of the remedy in 100 ml of filtered water. Allow it to dissolve for about 10 minutes. Stir it gently 10-15 times. One teaspoon from this solution is one dose. Please stir similarly before each dose.
Remember, it is just three doses. No repetition after that.
Repeat it similarly a couple of days before the menses are about to commence.
Let us know the the changes you observe.
Niel Madhavan 7 years ago
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