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Tonsils causing Sleep Apnea

Hi All:

My both tonsils are so big that now they are blocking the airways when I sleep and i have been diaganosed with sleep apna. Doctors are asking me to go for Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) which is a procedure that removes excess tissue in the throat to make the airway wider including tonsils and uvula. I am scared of this surgey and dont want to to end with lots of complications.

Someone told me to use Lachesis - i started with 6CH and then took 200 CH. Inflammation is gone like i dont feel any pain or anything but the size has gone even bigger and it just does not go smaller.

Please help me. I am 42 yaers old male, around 10 kgs overweight.

Thanks,

Malik
 
  M Malik on 2014-12-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
take Spongia 200c one dose at morning every day in empty stomach.In 200ml of hot water add 4 tabs each of calc flour 3x,ferrum phos 12x,silicea 12x,nat mur 3x and kali mur 3x
mix it"(u can keep the mixture in a bottle after it cool down)take about 50ml of the mixture 4 times a day (in minimum interval of 2 hour)
report back after 10 days of taking medicine.
DO NOT TAKE ANY OTHER HOMEOPATHY REMEDY WITH THIS .
[message edited by gaintrox on Tue, 23 Dec 2014 17:23:21 GMT]
 
gaintrox 4 years ago
Thank you Doctor - I will buy this ASAP and report you back.
 
M Malik 4 years ago

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