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i got an endoscopy done -- my esophagus is lax..it does not contract as required hence causing acid reflux..which ultimately leads to mouth ulcers..

any medication available in homeopathy??
kt780 9 years ago
start having calc flour 6x five tabs three times a day feed back after 7 days.
anuj srivastava 9 years ago
shall i stop takin kali mur??
kt780 9 years ago
no,in addition have carbo veg 200 ones in three days.
anuj srivastava 9 years ago
started taking these meds since Saturday -- suddenly ulcers popped up all over mouth.. motion is better .. though not perfectly fine..bloating is gone..overall i am feeling good but worried abt ulcers
kt780 9 years ago
let the ulcers subside and then start these two medicines again.till then keep taking kalimur only.
anuj srivastava 9 years ago
updates after 1 week of kali mur:

1. ulcers are still there. Normally my ulcers dont go away for weeks, they re big, yellowish and very painful.

2. have been drinking lots of water - 3-4 lts/day. tongue has very thin whitish layer in morning..

3. i feel the pressure but its difficult to pass stool..i guess intestines is where the issue is...

4. no bloating..very less acidity..

5. pimples are there but severity is low..
kt780 9 years ago
start having silicea 6x and calc flour 6 x 5 tabs three times a day.

give a feed back after three days of having the tabs.
anuj srivastava 9 years ago

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