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Very slow digestionI am taking natrum mur 200c (two doses in 2 weeks) to help with some constipation and it has not made a difference. I am a sex. abuse survivor, and have control issues which i feel may affect relaxation in the bathroom.
I use cascara occasionally and i notice that i have several well formed bowel movements in a day, with no bloating. If i dont use cascara, then i have extreme bloating and one bowel movement a day. I often have innefectual urging and it always feels like i have to go more. I also retain urine and urinate much more after i lay down to go to sleep. I have been on the foll. constitutional remedies: sepia, silica, phosphoros, china. All 200c. They helped emotionally but not with this issue. I eat a very good diet and adequate fiber and water. I have more bowel movements when i eat less. I crave onions, raw, and garlic and cofee and chocolate and hate fatty foods, milk. I like all storms (love actually) and dislike cold weather. I have trouble falling asleep and waken at 3am with trouble falling asleep due to racing thoughts which i cannot shut down. Not bad thoughts,but responsiblity type thoughts. thanks for your input.
annaivy on 2008-12-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
i know this is 2 years ago, but i came across it in a google search. i have gastroparesis, which is delayed gastric emptying. i was prescribed 'nux vomica' which has been amazing so far - i also have control issues, especially with digestion. i also love storms. racing thoughts is my absolute primary problem, and nux vomica addresses that very well for me.
ddollar last decade
Yes. Nux should help annaivy.
♡ kadwa last decade
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