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wrong remedy. muscle cramps and spasms don't go away

I am a 27 year old female HELP!. I need serious help. My alternative medicine doctor gave me a homeopathic medicine called Spascupreel for gas pains due to my IBS. But after taking it for a few days I developed new symptoms of full body spasms and cramps along with stomach cramps. I stopped taking the remedy but I am still having muscle spasms and cramps one month later. What do I do?
[message edited by Sahhar on Tue, 01 Mar 2016 22:46:07 UTC]
 
  Sahhar on 2016-03-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Take one dose (2 drops in half a glass of water) of nux vomica 200c. Report back in 2 days.
 
nervousguy1 5 years ago
Is it safe to take Nux Vomica? Where do I get nux vomica 200c from?. I have no idea where to get it. I live in Plano, Texas. What effect does it have on the body?. Will it alleviate these muscle cramps and spasms that happened after taking the other homeopathic remedy?. I really appreciate the feedback and need it because I am in a lot of pain.I don't want to take anything that will create new symptoms because I already have loose stools and a sensitive stomach.
[message edited by Sahhar on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 02:24:25 UTC]
[message edited by Sahhar on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 02:49:06 UTC]
 
Sahhar 5 years ago
It will antidote the previous medicine you have taken. You can get it from abchomeopathy.com store.
 
nervousguy1 5 years ago
Will the Nux Vomica antidote work to stop the spasms even though I stopped taking the other homeopathic remedy a month ago?. Sorry I am asking so many questions it's just that I also have other problems like sensitive stomach and loose stools and don't want that to get worse.
 
Sahhar 5 years ago

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