incontenanceMy mother has had this problem for a long time. She took homeopathy for this a long time ago and she was fine for a long time. Given by an old homeopathy friend of hers. She has lost contact with her and can't remeber what medication she gave her. It has returned about a year ago. He has to go to the bathroom often. She also told me that when she wakes up in the morning she at times can wait to urinate. She has hypothryoidism, high BP and overweight (due to hypothyroid) She craves salty foods. She is always cold. She has insomnia and wakes up 3-4x a night to go to the restroom.
Currently I told her to start taking Arnica 6c for BP. (which could also help her sleep better? ) and I was thinking of starting her on cantharis 12c for her urination problem. Does anyone have any/better suggestions?
jose07 on 2005-07-31
I am glad to note that you have decided to use Arnica 6c for your mother to help with her BP and her insomnia.
You may perhaps know that I have been trying to persuade those who visit this and other Homeopathic forums to use Arnica every night and report their response to using it on the following morning.
I cannot guarantee that your mother's BP can be helped and this will depend on what her present level is but it would not hurt her to use it after first checking her BP level and then rechecking it a week later.
I would suggest you use the 30c potency as this may help her better especially with her incontinence. I have used it on males with remarkable success but do not have any experience with females and it would be interesting to use it and you can report her response on this forum.
The dose for incontinence is 2 pellets taken 3 times daily for a week.
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