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In last 1 one i suffered from typhoid thrice and getting weeker and weeker, i want some homeopathic medicine for curing typhoid...
  aishwaryashukla on 2014-10-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
1- age,sex,weight,height?
2-how long u are having typhoid and which factor are positive?
3-write down the symptoms u are having?
4-how is ur appetite and thirst ?
5-what medicine u are taking now?
[message edited by gaintrox on Fri, 31 Oct 2014 15:25:27 GMT]
gaintrox 9 years ago
I am 20 yrs old female
46 kgs is the weight n 5'5.5' height iam.having typhoid since one week and in last one year this is the third time i am suffering with this.
I even have a low blood pressure and feel unwell often
I drink 3-4 ltrs of water in a day amd my apetite is good i take 3 chapatis in lunch 1 for breakfast and 2 for dinner, and some snacks in the evening
aishwaryashukla 9 years ago
take Baptisia Tinctoria Q 10 drops in 100ml of water twice a day first dose at morning in empty stomach and second dose half-hour before dinner in empty stomach .and calc phos 6x in every four hour.
While taking Baptisia Tinctoria do not eat and drink anything 30min before and after taking the medicine .
take the remedy for 15 days and report back
gaintrox 9 years ago

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