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Please take Sepia 30 for 5 more days, same way as before.

When is the next period due?
Zady101 9 years ago
Hello Doctor,i will have my next period on the 5th of january.Should i start the dosage now ?
lucky24 9 years ago
Yes. Instead of 5 days, take only for 3 days.
Zady101 9 years ago
i took the medicine for 3 days.i got my period on the 5th of January and it lasted for 6 days.Periods were heavy as usual.
What should i do next ?
lucky24 9 years ago
What r the symptoms now?
Zady101 9 years ago
This is the only latest development.Symptoms are the same.
lucky24 9 years ago
do u hv sabina 30 or 200?
Zady101 9 years ago
Yes, i have sabina 30 but you asked me to stop taking it.
lucky24 9 years ago
Sabina 30

Dissolve 2 drops in 3 tablespoons water, stir a few times and drink. Do this thrice everyday for 3 days.
Zady101 9 years ago
you mean 3 times a day for 3 days ? Should i start from tomorrow
lucky24 9 years ago
Yes. Start now. You have to take 9 doses before updating me.
Zady101 9 years ago

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