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Long aggravation

Hi all. I had started taking Lycopodium 200 C last year. I took a dry dose every four months (three times last year), and did not really feel much of a difference -- maybe slightly better. No real aggravation. I took it again in February of this year. This time, I have felt an aggravation of my old symptoms for the last two months -- irritable bowel, bloating and indigestion. These symptoms have always been there, but have not been much of a bother. Now, they have been bothering me alot more. I am inclined to ride it out, but I wonder whether it is worth it, and how long this aggravation will last. I am also thinking that maybe these old symptoms are here to stay, and the remedy picture has changed. Any thoughts?
  neelimag on 2009-04-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am also thinking that may be these old symptoms are here to stay, and the remedy picture has changed.

Yes i think that you should have a fresh look at remedy picture instead of confusing with the aggravation due to the remedy that you have taken 2 months ago.
kadwa last decade
Well, actually, after reading some other posts on aggravation, it really does feel like this is an aggravation. I didn't think it ws possible for an aggravation to last two months, but it is. And I think it means that the remedy was completely incorrect. Thoughts?
neelimag last decade

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