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gall bladder stone 17mm. woman age 44 yrs.

Height 5 feet 3 inches.
Weight 85 kgs.

1.had appendix removed about 20 years back.

2.Had uterus removed about 3 yrs back due to fibroids.

3.headache over the right eye. Sinus like symptoms.On pressing feel better.

4.Backache. lower back ache.

5.Pain on sole of right foot. pain in the heel section. cannot walk barefoot on plain floor.

6.vomitting sensation any part of the day. Feels like drinking very cold water.

7.High blood pressure.

8.back of neck pains(like spondilytis)

9.stools at least 2-3 times in the morning.

10.sleeps on the left side. Likes to keep a pillow between the legs.

11.sometines gets a sort of allergy rash all over the body with a lot of itching. Scratching does not alleviate. Skin becomes red. lumps form at places of itchig.

12.Lot of thirst.Mouth becomes dry.wants to drink a lot of very cold water.
 
  noronhal on 2009-05-21
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day 1
please three doses of chelidonium 30c at a gap of 4 hours

day 2 to day 5
please take 5 drops of Carduus Mar Q (mother tincture) in the morning and evening.

please report after 5 days. please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no junk food, no black drinks, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine
 
kadwa last decade
Thank you so very much.
 
noronhal last decade

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