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No appetite and slight nausea for 2 weeks

Hello,

I have had mild fever, chills, fatique, nausea for the past 2 weeks. The chills and fever is gone. I have had loose stools once a day for about 2 weeks. I am not usually one to have loose stools. However, in the last 10 days, my appetite is gone....I have some hunger pains, but nothing seems appetizing. I have slight nausea. Usually in the mornings and while I am eating and thereafter. I also have "butterflies" in my stomach. My husband went to the ER with vomiting and kidney pains. Shook it off as stomach flu. But my symptoms occured right after that. Maybe I have stress symptoms. I get worried my kids are going to get this stomach flu. Or.....it's just a long lasting virus. Should I take Impecca? Thanks for your advice....

PS
My complete blood count test came back normal. My thyroid test came back normal. Thanks.....Tammy
 
  jtlaharder on 2005-12-16
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Hi Tammy,

How is your thirst? How much water do you drink at a time?Is there any coating on the tongue?
Do you think that you are way too tired? (out of proportion)

If there is drynes of mouth with reduced thirst, take Pulsatilla.
If there is increased thirst for sips of cold water, and if there is extreme weakness with anxiety, take Arsenic.
Ineffectual desite for passing stools with whitish coated tongue points to Nux vomica.

Hope this helps,

Take care...
 
magicure last decade

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