weak digestive system with intestines weaknesshi!
i am 27 from pakistan. i do job as an accountant. my daily routine is to sit 9 hours in front of computer and then come home and other home stuffs. i do normal walk and little bit weightlifting at home.
now coming to the point, i want to describe about my weak digestive system which i have been suffering since few months.
my main symptoms are as under:
1. frequent pain in intestines at morning.
2. spicy, oily and iron enriched vegs are difficult to digest.
3. frequent pain after dinner if i don't walk little bit.
4. frequent semi loose motions almost thrice a week.
overall these symptoms are indicated to weak digestive system with intestines weakness as i could understand it.
please help me and suggest the most suitable remedy for my illness.
peelachooza on 2009-10-06
Please follow the following protocol:
Chelidonium 30c - Three pills three times a day for three days
Nat phos 6x - 3 pills three time a day with lukewarm water.
Report back after 20 days.
Niel Madhavan last decade
I'm 27 and my profession is same as yours and doing job as an auditor.
I'm also facing the same symptoms for the past many years. I tried many allopathy medicine but none of them cured my disease permanently. My last doctor told me that he'll have to do colonscopy but im afraid to go for this.
What i've noticed that my intestines are very weak to digest food properly and my large insteatine fails to make a solid stool.
Could you please tell me what medications solved your problem.
[message edited by zamust on Thu, 16 May 2013 20:38:18 BST]
zamust last decade
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