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weight gain after hysterectomy

Can anyone recommend a remedy for weight gain after a hysterectomy?

I had a hysterectomy last year. They removed my uterus, which was HUGE due to fibroids. I looked pregnant.

I thought I would get skinny afterwards (not why I had the hysterectomy, but I had extremely heavy periods and homoepathy had no effect on me).

Other problems since my hysterectomy is that my fibrocystic breast disease is also causing a lot more pain, too.

I am getting so fat, it's ridiculous. i have put on weight every month since my hysterectomy

  nature_girl on 2013-09-12
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pls try weekly one dose of conium mac 200 and Nat phos 6x
4 tab thrice in a day

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Right but how does she take the dose. How is it prepared? Thank you
Orianna last decade
deoshlok generally has people take
2 drops of a remedy. You can dissolve
the remedy in a tablespoon of water.

The nat phos 6x is a Cell salt, these
are in tiny tabs, they are at Whole Foods
hylands brand and you can order them
from Vitacost- put natphos6x CELL SALT
in the search box.

You dissolve the Tablets in your mouth.
simone717 last decade
Thank you.
Orianna last decade
Thanks, everyone!
nature_girl last decade
Just one more question wanted to verify. Would that be the 200ck Conium Mac? Thank you
Orianna last decade
Yes- conium 200 , conium 200c,
conium 200ck are the same thing.
simone717 last decade
Ok. Great. Thank you so much.
Orianna last decade
Ok. Great. Thank you so much.
Orianna last decade

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