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Also, please stop administering collodial silver to him. It may be causing his UTIs and kidney stones along with neurological damage.
I Am A Robot 7 years ago
regarding collodial silver, we can discuss your concern in different place.
it might be the opposite of what you are saying about collodial silver.
he has kidney stone many years ago before administering any collodial silver.
have a good day.
mishelm 7 years ago
here is the situation after completing the Calcarea Carb 200.
first i would like to say for the UTI, i have given broad spectrum antibiotics for 7 days per DR prescription.
just to mention, this is the 4 times giving antibiotics for UTI in last 2 month.
a month ago, giving injection because pills didn't help much,
ok, now, seems like UTI is over, and father feels better generaly.
caugh - same as before, mostly when eating and drinking with white/yellow mucus.
muscles spastcity - tight. like before begining homeopaty treatment.
mood - little better, but still deepresed, feels no hope, feels will never get better. stubborn, don't like change, get angry very easy, don't like to be touched.
body pain - feels pain in foot , mostly complaining about burning pain in legs, and when going to toilet.
body function - same no change.
i realy appreciate your help and patiece.
please let me know if there is something else we can do.
i think if we will help my father with his mood, might be want to participate more in doing excersise.
also his burning pain is very disturbing.
mishelm 7 years ago
Other instructions remain same.
♡ kadwa 7 years ago
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