irregular periods and obesityDr kadwa'
I have been a keen observer of your views. My 15yrold daughter has the follg problems:
1. periods comes after 30dys or 35 or 40dys.
2. bleeding heavy and lasts for 7days.
3.periods very painful.
4. she is a very active girl..swims, cycles and dances everyday.Yet she has put on weight only in thighs and hips.
5. have given her silicea twice to regulate the period, but no change.
5. she also has scanty and v oily hair.
Pls help me
chumki on 2010-06-14
*Please describe your mental state like you are irritable, calm, worried, depressed, frustrated etc. How are your relations with your close relatives and friends?
*You prefer cold environment and open air or do you prefer warm surroundings.
*At what time of day you as an individual feel better and worse like better in the morning and worse at night.
*How is your sleep?
*How is your sweat? It is less, more or normal? Where do you sweat more like in armpits, head etc.
*How is your thirst for water, cold drinks and hot drinks?
*How is your bowel movement? Constipated, loose or normal. How is the digestion?
♥ kadwa 9 years ago
she is generally a quiet child, not v social, doesn't open up fast.
she has a tendency towards constipation, though not v thirsty.But when she cycles or dances she does drink water.
she sweats a lot..palms have cold sweat especially when she's nervous, also smelly.
She feels hot generally.
chumki 9 years ago
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 4 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 3-4 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
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 9 years ago
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