Chronic Fatigue, pain in legs, tonsil stonesIn the last 9 months I been feeling really run down. This feeling soon came on after the loss of my mother. She passed from Breast Cancer last November. Shortly after her passing I had a really difficult time sleeping. In Feb I ended up with Pneumonia. After battling this off, I just never felt the same. I soon started to feel very sluggish, and had no energy. I then started to notice constant pain in my thighs. I would become sensitive to cold, shortness of breath, tightness in chest. I also noticed that I became dizzy in the morning. Recently have been constipated, and noticed these white tonsil stones in my throat. For a while now I had felt as if though i had a golf ball stuck in my throat. Sometimes wake up in the midddle of the night choking. I also have a sharp pain in my right hip. Just this week I have now developed a wart on my finger of my right hand. I have been seeing a Chiropractor now for about 3 months. He has been adjusting me, as well as giving me Acutpunture. This seems to help, but not for long. Can someone please help?
Please note: I have not been drinking soda for approx the last two months.
I have been eating very health for the last two months as well. Such as at least 5-6 serving of fruits and vegtables. Very few carbs. Lots of water.
Info: 27 year old Female.
mpop_20 on 2005-09-27
The general indications seem to point to a few doses of high potency Ignatia. Which should have been used at the time.
Try one tablet [or dose ] of Ignatia 1m on three sucessive nights .
Then wait at least 3 weeks to judge result.
walkin last decade
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