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Severe Heel pain due to Plantar Fasciitis

Hi DR,

I am 27 years,suffering from Plantar Fasciitis since last 8 months and have tried various things upon doctors advice like Icing, Changing shoes, Wearing Inserts, stretches, Physiotherapy and even took Phytolacca 200 and Ledum Pal 30 for few days. But nothing really worked for me.I want to know if there is any permanent cure for Plantar Fasciitis in Homeopathy and if yes please help me out doctor. Also initially I had heel pain only in the right foot but now it started in the left foot also. Any response is appreciated. Thanks in advance
[message edited by sowmya0208 on Thu, 04 Jun 2015 16:59:51 UTC]
  sowmya0208 on 2015-06-04
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take only one dose Calcarea Carb 1m . do not repeat medicine. update after 7 days.
telescope 8 years ago
Thanks for the response sir. When you say 1 dose how many pills should I take? And just to confirm should I take the pills only once in a week and then update you or once every day?
sowmya0208 8 years ago
one dose means 4 or 5 pellets or if the medicine is liquid 2 or 3 drops dissolved in half a cup of mineral water. it will be one dose in one month but you keep updating every week.
telescope 8 years ago
Thank you sir. I will keep you updated.
sowmya0208 8 years ago

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