In my area we have excessive amount of "Anopheles" which is a mosquito that transmits MALARIA.
My family suffers with it when season changes and I have to use allopathic medicine if someone is bitten by this specie, once Malaria fever occurs all the muscles of the hips and legs get stiff which causes a lot of pain (I personally experienced it).
As much as safety measures are concerned we are doing our best to prevent it.
Is there a homeopathic medicine which prevents before the virus get active (like medicine taken on weekly/monthly bases when their biting season is on.
Or, if there is no such medicine available what should be taken afterwards.
rockerhell on 2015-12-13
On fever Rhus Tox 200 or Eupatorium Perf 200 may be taken twice a day for 3 days. If there is no relief contact nearest homeopath.
[message edited by kadwa on Mon, 14 Dec 2015 08:27:46 UTC]
♡ kadwa 6 years ago
Please let me know Pyrogenium 200 should be taken every week/month or once per season ?
Secondly once the Malaria is started or cured, the hip and leg muscle stiffness still remain for weeks and causes a lot of pain (That's not patient specific).
Those medicine you are provided after Malaria also help curing that ?
Thank you for great advice.
Your valuable time is highly appreciated.
rockerhell 6 years ago
Other remedies should be taken during malaria. They should also work for joint pain after malaria. They can also be taken for malaria after effects.
China 200 twice a day for 3 days may be taken to antidote ill effects of quinine medication. Nux Vomica 200 may be tried if quinine ill effects persist after china 200.
[message edited by kadwa on Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:17:57 UTC]
♡ kadwa 6 years ago
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