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Help for aggravation to Sepia

Good morning.

My wife has a very 'sepia type' pregnancy with a very characteristic sepia depression. I gave her a 12c dose and there was a (very) slight improvement, inparticular regarding appetite. Two days later, on Friday, I gave a 15c dose and, since then, there is a very neat aggravation.

Yesterday, I tried Sepia 5c (3 tablets) and Nat. Mur 5c. (3 tablets) to antidote, but it seems that things are getting worse.

Would it be wise to try again Sepia 12c (which is the potency just below 15c in France)? Moreover Sepia 12c gave a not so bad result.

Or should I wait... but she is in very bad moods and nausea and absolute distaste for food, that the 12c dose had suppressed, are back ?

or should I try another antidote, and in what potency ?

She does not want to see an homeopath, but allopathy is of little help so far.

Thank you for your advice, and please excuse my english.
  Gerald512 on 2009-02-03
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there is no typical--u make self think so--biased prescribing and unmerited pdosing is the problem--as wellas potency selection---she pregnant---use nux vomica to calm over response---LISTEN CLEARLY--1 pellet 200c in 4 oz water---stir --1 teaspoon dose BEFORE SLEEP tonight---NO OTHER NIGHT AT ALL--ONLY this 1 dose--NO REPEAT--HEAR THIS--NO REPEAT DOSE AT ALL--she is avoid mental excitment -no cofees-no teas--just relax---allow few days and retake case--
John Stanton last decade

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