Hiatal Hernia and more /sighIve been suffering a real bad hernia for a while now maybe 3 years i believe and its to the point to where i hate to even eat or drink or sleep for that matter im going to go into detail of my problems and what im doing at the moment to cure them well kind of cure here it goes.
Morning i try not to eat anything at all i take a Omeprazole by 3pm 20mg then 30 mins to an hour later ill try and eat something not much just a little bit after im done i take 4 Natrum Phos 6x few hours later i eat again try not to eat after 9pm as i try to goto bed around midnight or so i take 4 more nat phos by 9pm or later nothing working anymore i get severe pain from my point of view would be the right breast area of my chest it hurts so bad sometimes i dont know what to do i was going to pickup some Arnica 30c wet dose 2 times daily once around noonish and once before bed can anyone suggest anything else i dont have insurance so i cant seek medical attention the doctors here just tell me to take that Omeprazole as a conclusion to the doctors visit anyways if you ask me thats a waste of 200$ for the visit any info is appreciated thanks in advance.
Oh i also take Tums or Rolaids which ever i happen to have like 4-12 a day usually two at a time.
speedbullet2 on 2008-07-15
1. Phosphorus 200 daily one dose of 2 drops.. for a week then after a week take weekly one dose of 2 drops.. will cure your hiatal hernia...
♥ deoshlok last decade
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