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Low blood pressure

Hi,

I often suffer from low blood pressure after an illness and it takes me ages to get my energy back. I recently had the flu and, while I am over that, my pulse is very slow, I feel dizzy and have a slight headache. I am also hypothyroid which is regulated by Thyroxin and is at the right level. Is there something I can take at those times when my blood pressure dips? Thanks.
 
  scorpio16 on 2009-08-05
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Please take three doses of gelsemium 30c daily at a gap of 4 hours for 3 days and report back after 7 days.
Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
 
kadwa last decade
Many thanks. I actually picked up some Hawthorne yesterday and am feeling a bit better. I'll try the gelsemium, however, and let you know how it works. I am travelling abroad next week and find that the jet lag can also have an impact on my blood pressure. It will be good to have something to hand.
 
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