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how to manage calc carb aggravation

My wife is six months pregnant now. When she was two months pregnant, I gave her calc carb 200 with the intention of curing her hypothyroidism. The medicine acted wonderfully well. But when some of her cured symptoms kept returning, I gave her four more doses. Not only did some her cured symptoms return but also the duration of action of the medicine kept on decreasing. So I day before, gave her calc carb1M. the very next morning, within around eight hours her symptoms which were cured around two years back with the same medicine such as body pain, tiredness etc came back with intensity. Mentally also she became angry and vexed. Today morning again those symptoms came back in greater intensity. What should I do now? Did I give her a too high potency for pregnancy? Or is it a matter of larger size of the dose? I gave her 10ML from the medicinal solution prepared by mixing three drops in a 500ML water. Will this nullify all the benefits she has had so far from the earlier calc carb 200 doses?
 
  pcthahir on 2009-11-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
you need to wait for a few days before you give her any antidote.

an aggravation generally subsides in a few days and gradually the improvement starts.
 
rishimba last decade

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