bryonia for back paini've had pain located mainly in my left trapezius for years. extending up into the neck and sometimes the shoulder. When I fed this into the Remedy Finder on this website I decided that Bryonia fit my symptoms the best. I purchased the 6C dilution, and took 4 pellets twice daily. Unfortunately after a few days I started developing a slight fever in the evenings, that would go away by morning, so I stopped taking it. is that a sign that I have the wrong remedy? Or should I continue taking it? Maybe a different dose? Thanks in advance for the help.
saguy75 on 2013-11-09
Did you get any relief in your neck and trapezius pain?
You took too much of the 6c and are having what is
called a proving symptom of the remedy-( it is given for
When you have improvement with a remedy you stop taking
it and let it work and don't take more until symptoms
♥ simone717 4 years agosome improvement, however not as much as I had hoped. on a scale of 1 to 10, the pain went from maybe a 7 to a 5.
saguy75 4 years agoHi-
You can try a dose of 30c a couple times-
take one dose and see what goes on with
pain levels and how long it holds for. Let it
work and then try another dose- minimum gap 4 hours and note what that does. Wait a day or so and do this after there is no effect of getting a night
If that works better, but does not hold, then you
could try one dose of 200c. It may be the right
remedy but you have not got the right potency-
or it may be the wrong remedy and just palliating
pain and not curing the problem, you have to observe.
[message edited by simone717 on Sat, 09 Nov 2013 16:21:21 GMT]
♥ simone717 4 years ago
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