receding gums and loose teeth-need urgent helpI suffered from pyorrhoea four years back. I took bio combination 18 and it helped me a lot. But my gum receded pretty badly and few of my teeth got loose. I have a bad taste too. I have chronic constipation. I need some medication that would stop gum recession permanently and strengthen my teeth.
Samm6 on 2014-09-03
and heckla lava 1m once in week , take heckla lava powder to teeth cleaning and dont use brush.
reply after 1 month.
[message edited by johna9095 on Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:16:39 BST]
johna9095 4 years ago
and reply ur feedback after 15 days
[message edited by johna9095 on Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:19:43 BST]
[message edited by johna9095 on Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:20:54 BST]
johna9095 4 years ago
Samm6 4 years ago
Someone needs to take your case details and prescribe for you based
on your totality of symptoms. The above posts are far too many
remedies and repetitions and too high potency. They will make you sick
bc they are overdoses.
Homeopathy is like cures like with minimum dose. Anyone can
suggest anything on here, so it is important that people click
on a poster's name and see their experience level and prior
posts to evaluate advice.
Please fill out the form:
Put the answers on this thread and more questions will be asked
( btw 1M and 1cm are very high strength potencies of homeopathic
medicines that can last for many months- if not a year or more.
So to tell you to take 1M 3 times a day, CM every 3rd day is
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 03 Sep 2014 16:52:34 BST]
♥ simone717 4 years ago
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