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calc carb then lyc for anx attacks need advice

Hoping someone can advise me on dosage. I have decided to take calc carb then lyc for recent anxiety attacks that started. I'm not sure how many doses of each and how far apart to separate calc carb and lyc. I took one dose (first dose) last night of calc carb 30ch.

(note: in past tried arg ntr, ars alb, gelsemium, nat mur, aconite). although the anxiety attacks are recent so I'm not sure if I should try one of these now, I took these remedies before for nerves before events, general anxiety and sleep problems.(last anxiety attack I remember having came almost 20 yrs ago). Now they are back and worse., also in same form. Predictalbe, only in that if I run into someone unexpected, here it comes, it is short lived but very very disturbing.

Dr. said it is anx attack not pan attack as it is predictable and short lived.

Appreciate any advice!
  justagirl on 2008-04-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
2-3 doses of Calc carb 30C and wait for 2 weeks and then there can be 2 scenarois:

1) If there is improvement: wait for improvement to come to a complete halt. Then, decide if still Calc is indicated, if yes, then take ONE dose of Calc 200C. Then again wait for 4 weeks..

2)If there is no improvement: Take 2-3 doses of Lycopodium 30 and then wait for 2 weeks, and then do same as step 1 with Lyc if there is improvement..

sameervermani last decade
You would be better off sending your detailed case here so a correct remedy could be arrived at instead of guessing and hopeing something will work.
parachute last decade
[message edited by justagirl on Mon, 30 Jan 2012 08:43:10 GMT]
justagirl last decade
2-3 doses are to be taken in 1 day.
sameervermani last decade

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