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Dear Joe,
Happy New Year!!
Want to give an update on my situation and get your advice on something else.

I have been taking the medicines you suggested. Arnica is still helping me. Nat Phos seems to help marginally with acidity. But it is not working the way you mentioned were I am loosing weight. When I take Hypercium I get general flu/fever like symptoms. So I stopped taking it. Any thoughts?

Now I have a new hypothesis for some of my problems – truncal lymphadema. I would like to ask you about homeopathic treatment for truncal lymphedema. Can I please start another thread since this thread is about another topic? With the right subject a thread can be of helpful to many others. Please look at my “truncal lymphedema” thread and help me. Here is the URL. http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/48067/
Thanks a lot for all your help.
sammytvm last decade
Glad to note that Arnica has helped you. Feel free to use it daily for as long as you like as it is good pain medication.

You are also advised to take Nat Phos 6x twice daily as it will help with your gastric problems.

I do not think that Hypericum can cause fever symptoms but if you are uncomfortable after it, you have done correctly by stopping it.

I have visited your link on what you call Truncal Lymphadema but this is a problem that I have not studied and cannot therefore help.
Joe De Livera last decade
Thank you Joe.
sammytvm last decade

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