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for Dr Kireet, Deoshlok, Murthy , Rishimba: Back pain and fat over belly

my wife has been suffering from lower.back pain and fat deposition at belly for the last 6 months following is the medical history:
she has given birth to a baby girl in march'2007 after Caesareon operation. since than she is been complaining of back pain especialy after waking up from the bed in the morning .. therafter the pain goes on reducing by evening. also she has been conituously gaining weight after the operation and some fat is being deposited on her belly..
kindly suggest some remedy for her back pain and weight loss.
  sachin57 on 2007-09-14
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Try Manganum Acet 6c three times in a day and report me after a week about back pain.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
All the symptoms point out to Kali carb.


One of the best remedies following labor.

Early morning aggravation is very characteristic.

Sweat, backache, and weakness.

Small of back feels weak. Stiffness and paralytic feeling in back.

Read about both the medicines here.


If you are unable to decide ,come back for help.

gavinimurthy last decade
she is also having itching problem on hand legs breast etc occur especially at night time lying on bed, warm, rubbing etc. she skretches a lot,
sachin57 last decade
You have two options.

Try any one first and report back.

gavinimurthy last decade
what woould be the dose for Mang Acet, and kali carb
sachin57 last decade

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