Dr Kadwa,can i take lycopodium after 2 months of taking sulphur 1000?i m 35 yr old unmarried woman.
i m suffering from absolute constipation and bloating since the last 6 months.i m taking cremaffin plus ervyday than only i can pass stool.
i have gas in lower part of abdomen.n bloated all the time.n i have strong urge for motion but it does not comes out coz of stool is too much hard.
all my reports r normal.i m having 3 ltrs water n firbe food ervyday.
i took sulphur 1000 one dose in april 2017 followed by nux vomica 200 for 5 days.
for one and half month. my bloating was gone comepletely.but did not helped in constipation at all.
after one and half month bloating came back again n i repeated the same medicines again in may 2017 n than again bloating was gone for another one and half month.did
again bloating came back n i repeated the medicines again on 6th july.
now after 2 months m agian bloated . n cosntipation is same.
can i take lycopodium now in september.?
i have read that lycopodium should not b taken after sulphur. but now 2 months have passed after taking sulphur.
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monny82 on 2017-09-03
who suggested u all these medicines ? Take Aloes 200 5 drops in cup of water half hour before three times foods and also take chelidonium Q 15 drops for further information in cup of water before going to bed for further information contact me
Dr Pirzada 8 months agoDr Pirzada,
Nice you are helping. You are new on here- all info to patients has to be kept on the forum. It is against forum rules to ask people to contact you direct.
♥ simone717 8 months agoDr Pirzada
first medicines i had was chelidonium q for sometime . it did not helped at all.
i read about aloes in Kents book but it does not matches my symptoms.
monny82 8 months ago
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