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sticky taste in mouth

Hello Everyone,

I started experiencing sticky taste in mouth after I came to US back in 1992. I knew something was wrong but I neglected it.

Now, after 13 years, this stickyness seems to be costing my teeth.

Due to this stickyness (I believe this is from lack of saliva), my teeth are not getting cleaned naturally and my tongue is going and sticking to the roof of my mough constantly. The teeth are clenched almost all the time. This caused loss of bone in my mouth making my teeth loose.

Has anyone tried homeopathy for this condition?

Thanks for your feedback..
 
  himabindu on 2006-01-19
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you please take, NUX MOSCHATA 30, thrice a day, 5 drops in some water for 3 days, and report back about the progress.
DR.SAJID MAHMOOD
 
drsajid last decade
Thanks Dr. Mahmood for such a quick reply.

Is it NUX MOSCHATA 30X OR 30C?

How do I make a liquid?

Should I take 4 pellets and drop in a tea spoon of water and take five drops of that water? OR the NUX MOSCHATA itself is a liquid?

I just want to tell you that I self diagnosed my condition. Hope I am right..

Eagerly awaiting your reply..
 
himabindu last decade
it is nux moschata 30c,
and the dose is 5 drops in 1/4 glass of water.
dr.sajid mahmood
 
drsajid last decade
Thanks a lot again.

Can I assume a glass means an 8 ounce one?
 
himabindu last decade

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