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Catarrh in chest, Memory loss, odorly sweating from feet under arms, Hair fall , Indigenisation

Patient Age: 19, Weight: 71 kg,
Height:168 cm
Major Symptom:
1) Always Catarrh in chest, most of
time nose blocked. Better in open
air, worse in closed room.
When suffering from cold , eyes
become tearful, waterly discharge
from nose with sneezing.
2) Excessive Hair fall, hair greying,
dry scalp in winter with dandruff,
sweaty scalp in summer with
dandruff.
*Minor Symptoms:
1) Sweating from feet and palm
when wear shoe or hold somthing,
odourly sweat from feet in winter
also.
2)Indigenisation with releasing gas,
in most of food.
3) double vision, myopia, when want
to read far object (>120cm) , eyes
become tearful. When watching
moon a transparent moon appear
on right side of real moon.
4)sudden forget of well known
thing. Want to be alone, feeling
nervous when stranger people
come in public toilet my pee not
release untill they get out from
there.
5) pain appear in back and knee
when i sit in Indian style.
*Habit:
1)Biting self lower lip, biting and eat
nail .
2)Spending all time with mobile.
3) Daily Masturbation (now it stoped)
please find right remedy for me!
 
  arghyaprmnk on 2015-01-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
take Lycopodium Clavatum 200c one dose(4-6 pills) every day morning in empty stomach.Do not eat and drink anything 15min before and after taking the medicine.
report back after 7 days of taking medicine.
take care.
 
gaintrox 4 years ago

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