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GIVE PHOSPHORUS 30c liquid, 2 drops in a tablespoon water, 3 times a day for 2 days,

{if buying pills then 3 pills, 3 times 2 days, chew it, do not swallow with water}

do not eat or drink anything 30 minutes before and after medicine,

REPORT IMPROVEMENT AFTER 15 DAYS

regards,
antivirus
[message edited by 0antivirus0 on Thu, 24 Dec 2015 12:33:33 UTC]
 
0antivirus0 6 years ago
She was prescribed phosphorus 30 earlier and we did not have good results. Her nose bleeds increased to drippy blood streams.
Should I still give phosphorus or something else?
 
Simran25 6 years ago
try phosphorus again
 
0antivirus0 6 years ago
Hello doctor,
Astha has been experiencing on and off nose bleeds for the past few months. Mostly her nose bleeds are from her right nostril and normally stop in a few minutes. But for the past month or so she has been having nose bleeds from both nostrils. Her nose bleeds are often accompanied by sneezing. Today she got a nose bleed that was very difficult to control. Drippy blood kept pouring out from both nostrils for more than 15 minutes.
Please recommend a medication to help her with her nose bleeds. Also let me know any foods that she should avoid.
She will be turning 10 years old next month.
Overall, her mood is happy most of the time. She has been experiencing pain in her legs for the past week ( I am assuming those are growing pains).
Looking forward to hear back soon.
Simran.
 
Simran25 6 years ago
Hello OantivirusO,
I am still waiting to hear back you regarding the medication for Astha's nose bleeds.
Please let me know.
Simran.
 
Simran25 6 years ago

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