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Acute remedy after constitutional


Three days ago I took lac c as a constitutional remedy which is helping enormously with early menopause. Consequently (?) I am having my first period in several months.

I have had really bad cramping period pain and exhaustion for 24 hours and very little bleeding. I am tempted to try pulsatilla which often works very well for me but don't want to interfere with the constitutional remedy.

Pain killers and a hot water bottle are making little difference.

Advice please.


  Siyah on 2011-01-15
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It sounds like it could be an aggravation or return of old symptoms from the Lac-c. Taking a new remedy might palliate or suppress these symptoms, and this would probably interfere with the curative action. It is best to try and perservere through it - that is the advice I would give my own patients :)

David Kempson
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