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which is the other remedy that you would suggest other than Nat. Phos.6? Yes, I did seek advice from Joe and have started Nat. Phos.6 for myself and the baby. Please let me know which is the other remedy that would cover all the symptoms.
vara123 7 years ago
Hi Vara,

I am saying you have to give Nat phos some time here to see if
it will cover all the symptoms.

Try it out at least for a week, and you can tell that you are making progress
or not. You should follow one prescriber and one method at a time. Joe
has a specific protocol he uses for this.

If you do not want to follow Joe, you can write on here and have
the babies case taken a different way, no two prescribers do things
the same way, so you have to decide who you are going to work with.
simone717 7 years ago

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