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Frequent urinationI have a small 4mm stone in RK identified 6weeeks back
And I consulted homeopathic he gave me some drops.
I am recently feeling frequent urination in the day time and urge to urinate immediately after loo. Physician did cystoscopy three days back and told nothing abnormal .lil symptoms of Uti.
What should I do
srikwins on 2017-08-31
This thread continues beneath the following ad.Please take Nux Vomica 200 and Cantharis 200 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects.
One dose means 2 pills each of both remedies at a time.
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kadwa on 2017-08-31
Yes my homeopathic gave me Cantharis 30tincture drops one time it worked well on that day.Shall I proceed and one time I forgot to tell that I had RA recently activated
srikwins on 2017-08-31No homeopathic remedy is expected to cause any side effects for rheumatoid arthritis.
You may take Cantharis 30 if you have it readily with you.
kadwa on 2017-08-31This thread continues beneath the following ad.Sir
I forgot mention
I was diagnosed with HTN 150/100 on 30/5/17
and I got vertigo on that day. Now I am always feeling lightheaded and and a sway feeling and my eyes are always getting dimmed whenever I feel tired
I always feel the tiredness
My doc prescribed Aconite
Any other remedy for this
srikwins on 2017-09-02
Dr kadwa sir
I am taking cantharis 200 and nuxvom 200 twice a day and I feel that I can hold for a while but the feeling not completely away
Shall I continue the remedy
srikwins on 2017-09-03
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