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Frequent Urination Problem

Q1. Dear Sir, My wife has some frequent urination problem. She has to go to toilet for 3-4 times within half an hour. It become worse in night. So she is not able to take full night sleep. Guide me with best remedy.

Q2. If some one is not able to predict correct remedy potency then what should be the default potency of remedy.
  xawldude on 2011-04-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I would suggest to consult an allopathy doctor to ensure her blood, urine works does not show any outlier.

In any case, give these, Bellis Per 30 (also called 30c), 4 to 5 times a day, in wet dose. Please read my Profile to know how to prepare wetdose.

This will strengthern every abdominal organs and improve overall health. After her health is improved with this remedy, we can prescribe some to work on the urinary system.

Please write back after 2 weeks

Reva V
Reva V last decade
Thank Dear Reva,
I forgot to tell you something that she drinks 10 to 12 glasses of water(almost 3 Lit) in a day.Is it normal, in this cases, to go to toilet so frequently?
xawldude last decade

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