tachycardiaDr Sharma, here are my details.
1. Name Seema Mishra
2. Age 53
3. Sex - Female
5. weight 58 kg
6. Height .4 feet 10 inches
7. country - India
8. climate hot in summer (over 100 F), moderately cool during winter, very humid and damp.
9. List of your complain 1. tachycardia; 2. hypothyroid 3. sinusitis 4.Spondylosis and ortheo-arthritis.Also cataract, one eye operated
Since last year, tachycardia is showing in ECG at around 96. Since then, had three surgeries, gall bladder, appendix and now cataract. After first 2 surgeries, bp remained at 110/70 and tachycardia was also maintained, for which I took carbo veg effectively. It increases very much when I lie on the bed to sleep.
However, the recent problem is that after my eye surgery a month back, when I started normal life, I would feel hot after meals, after some work would sweat abnormally and feel nauseated. For that I saw a doctor last week, who said my BP was 160/100, for which he has given me allopathic medicine prolomet XL 12.5mg. But as I do not want to start allopathy as it can never be discontinued, I have not taken this yet. I tried kali phos 6x, but the pressure goes down dramatically and hits the chest and head. Cretagus ox was working for me, but yesterday afternoon, the pressure kept going up, hotness in head and body and constriction of chest. So I had to take cactus g twice. The pressure peaks after noon and after taking lunch. At night, it is impossible to sleep because of the tachycardia. Please advise homeopathic medicine for blood pressure and tachycardia which will be effective.No ECG has been done after my eye operation a month back.
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seemamishra26 on 2013-10-15
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