Really bad natrum mur reactionHello,
I was prescribed Nat. Mur 30c by my homeopath four weeks ago. I had a really bad aggravation to it, it gave me new symptoms too. I've been aggravating until now and no relief. My therapist told me to wait and the aggravation will go away by itself, but things are getting too bad. I have really bad metabolism problems with vit B and vit D deficiencies. Also no antioxidants in my blood tests. I tried taking vit B 6 and 12 supplements but this made things way worse. Now in addition to my abdominall paralysis and neuropathy I also have pins and needles in my legs and they spread all over my body. I had very good reaction to Arsenic followed by Lachesis before taking the Nat. Mur.
The problem with These two remedies is that although they improved sensitivity and movement, didn't help with the rectal prolapse and constipation. I read that Arsenic antidotes Nat. Mur and Don't know if I should repeat taking it again followed by Lachesis, since they only help partially.
I am hypersensitive and know that both Arsenic and Phosphorus are recommended for hypersensitives but can't decide if I am Either one of them. I have many Arsenic modalities: love heat, am very chilly, love the sun and movement, have burning discharges alleviated by heat. However, I am a very messy person and very artistic too, which doesn't fit the Arsenic personality well. Personality wise I am much more like Phosphorus, but I dread cold.
I respond very well to Lachesis, but it doesn't antidote Nat. Mur and didn't help me with bowel rumbling and the prolapse.
Superfly on 2015-10-23
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