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vertigo with nausea

female 49 years having vertigo and with nausea while raising from bed and while laying the bed.it happens only a few seconds.
doctor confimed it is due to cervical spondilosis.she already has insomnia for 10 months
i give cocus.ind 30.
can any body give remedy for the same
  jretnakumar on 2009-10-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
you may try nux vomica 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for 3 days and note change in symptoms for next 7 days.
kadwa last decade
thank you for the response. i will inform after ten days reg the progress
jretnakumar last decade
After three days please take 2 tablets of the following tissue salts twice a day in the morning and evening upto 10th day.
Natrum Sulph 6x
Kali Phos 6x
Kali Mur 6x
kadwa last decade
thanks for the mail i will follow and inform the results
jretnakumar last decade
49 years female having sleeplessness for more than 10 months. she is in manopause.The following remedies were tried.
2.Ars alb 200
3.Graphites 200
4.kali carb 200
5.Kali phos 6x.
& sleeping dose of alopathy while using gives partial sleep.
can any one suggest suitble remedy.
jretnakumar last decade
Lachesis, Sulphur, Sanguinaria may help under such conditions depending on totality of symptoms.

Please copy the Questionnaire from the following thread
and post all the questions here duly answered. On that basis your remedy may be worked out.
kadwa last decade

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