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Ferrum Metallicum 9ch dosage?Will any tea prevent Ferrum Metallicum from working that I should avoid?
I got Ferrum Metallicum Boiron pellets 9ch that pharmacist recommended as a starter dose to see if it helps my coldness, but how many pellets should I take each time?
How many times each day?
How many days or weeks should I try it for?
I'm in my mid-30's, short height of 5 foot 2 inches, 90 lbs. Petite Asian. My small body can only handle HALF the normal adult dosage of regular medicines since regular adult dosage gets me too high.
I've had the following symptoms since teenager probably:
It is for chilliness that's mainly felt in the upper arms, but my hands/feet are usually cold, too. And upper thighs sometimes, but mostly upper arms is most occurring. My body feels cold easily. My menstrual is only 2 heavy days, the other 3 days are super light almost just spots.
I don't have much energy every day. I just want to sit and lay at home everyday and be lazy. I dislike walking or standing as it tires me quickly. I don't feel miserable or sad, just unmotivated and too tired to do much per day. I only want to do a few small tasks per day and the rest of the hours just relax.
I can get a bit dizzy if I stand up too quickly from a laying down position.
I have minor anxiety due to over thinking.
The following began around age 20s:
I have flatulence throughout the day, morning to night, it seems with ANY type of food, but I don't really take notice about which foods. I eat anything, but I only eat red meat about once a month and don't drink much milk. Constipation only sometimes.
I don't drink coffee, smoke, take drugs.
Thanks for the help.
DIYer on 2017-02-25
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