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Please help - DesBio CoxsackieHello, I am having severe symptoms after taking 2 doses of desbio coxsackie series therapy and the remedy drops. All my symptoms resemble an aggravation or retracing (from what I've read) but way too many at once and very severe. Wednesday, the practitioner said to just stop taking these if I felt really bad. I thought I could push thru... but not anymore. It's the weekend and they are not available.
Can I stop the aggravation somehow?
Monday - 1st dose; felt really bad Tuesday - could not even go to work. (tues/wed remedy 2 x per day)
Symptoms a little better Wednesday a.m. so I took the 2nd dose on Thursday.
Friday a.m. again, a little better. Much worse Friday night thru today and tonight much worse symptoms. It gets worse at night.
The symptoms are things I've had in the past but I'm having a hard time dealing with so many at once. It's making panic attacks much worse and constant.
severe flu symptoms, nausea, allergies,
body aches, muscle pain, fever, panic attacks,
More sever at night: headache, nausea, upper body - across shoulder to shoulder heat and pain, trembling, racing thoughts, racing heart.
I'll note, I did have severe viral encephalitis age 18 and 20. I'm 49/F.
Coxsackie A2, A7, B1, B3, B4:
10 vials - 1 of each:
Dropper bottle of Coxsackie remedy:
Coxsackie Nosode A2,A7,B1,B3,B4
Monday - vial 1, 7C
Tuesday - Remedy 10 drops, 2 x per day
Wednesday - Remedy 10 drops, 2 x per day
Thursday - vial 1, 10C
Friday - Remedy 10 drops, 2 x per day
Saturday - Remedy 10 drops - took a.m. not p.m.
Thanks for any opinions or suggestions!!
Sherrycr on 2015-12-13
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