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I have been having breathing difficulty associated with eating or drinking fluids that are too warm or too cold. This past summer I took Nat 30 which caused me much suffering and drank water with much difficulty and no food for a week and lost much weight. I could not find the correct temperature of food, water or air to breath. It was either too warm or too cold. After all the difficulty, my breathing difficulty improved. Now I'm having difficulty breathing that is noticeable primarily due to pain on my body from not breathing correctly. Is it advisable that I take Nat 30 again despite of my fear of getting too disabled to even drink water and lose more weight?
  Pat2006 on 2006-01-01
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It is as if Nat 30 last summer has caused my breathing patterns to change. My stomach is not rising as before and is causing pain in my diaphragm and lower abdomen area. I don't recall ever having pain like this while breathing. This is something I didn't have before. Is this how homeopathy works? Will these symptoms pass without any more homeopathy? Should I take Nat 30 again to help with these new symptoms?
Pat2006 last decade
The nat 30 did eventually help my breathing but now I'm having breathing problems again. Can I repeat Nat 30 or try something different?
Pat2006 last decade

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