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Gelsemium problems...?

About three weeks ago I had flu like symptoms -
headache, fever, shivers, exhausted and took one dose of Gels 200C.
The symptoms cleared up over the next two days but I developed lots of swollen pink/red spots over the lower half of my body. They feel tender like spots on the face and itch intensely.
Although I have fairly sensitive skin (lifelong eczema) I have not changed washing powders or bought any new clothes. I wondered if they are some kind of bite but they don't have the clear central pin prick and neat red circle that bites tend to have.
I wondered if it is some sort of healing reaction. If so, since it has been stuck there for about 2 weeks, should I take another dose of Gels?
Suggestions welcome.
  kairos1973 on 2008-05-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
yes, gelsemium aids in throwing out eruptions.

the eruptions are most probably due to gelsemium and its acting favourably in you.

please take another dose of 200c potency to complete the action which has started.
rishimba last decade

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