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Bile Salt Diarrhea

I have had bile salt diarrhea since the removal of my gallbladder back in 1983. I am new to the homeopathic remedy, and I'm hoping there is an answer to this frustrating, embarrassing condition.
  Miss Seb on 2007-04-17
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Try Nat Sulph 30C three times in a day for a week and report me .it will take time to cure.
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thank you - I will report back in about a week.
Miss Seb last decade
One more question please - Do I take this as prescribed on the bottle. Four tablets under the tongue. I have the 30x, not the 30c. Does it make any difference? Again, thank you.
Miss Seb last decade
I tried what you have suggested, and the symptoms worsened. Instead of going just after eating, I was going all day long.
Miss Seb last decade
Hello Miss seb

Stop the remedy. Allow the symptoms to stabilise and then post back. Any how have a look at the profile of podophyllum.
maheeru last decade
Thank you - So now I should try this after things settle?
Miss Seb last decade
Dear miss seb

You can try it in potency 30. Don't forget to give the feedback.
maheeru last decade
It helped to a point. It solidified the stool a bit, but did not stop the urge to go immediately after eating.
Miss Seb last decade
Dear Seb:

Pleast take Carbo veg 6 thrice in a day and after 10 days of this medicine repeat Podophyllum again for a couple of weeks. Take this medicine half an hour before meal.

Along with this please take Calc. phos 3x(tissue salt)thrice daily regulary for a few months.

Some dietary tips:

Avoid drinking water in between meals and immediately after meal.

Increase Nuts consumption in your meals.

Report after a fortnight.
maheeru last decade

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