Dr Joe De Livera- Please help - chikengunya joint pain since past 6 monthsSir i have been suffering from chk joint pain since past siz months. I read yr old posts and found Polyporous pinocola 200 c for chikengunya
and after that for joint pain Kali mur 1 m
So now after six months of infection should i take PP 200 c or Kali Mur 1 M . (Kali mr 1 m is available with me but i could not arrange PP 200 c though i am still searching for it )
And how should i take kali mur 1 m (liquid form ) and how much dosage and at what timings etc.
Please help .
i am 35/ male / indian
[message edited by Yoorgia on Fri, 04 Mar 2016 04:11:35 UTC]
Yoorgia on 2016-03-03
No one told me that it was chickengunya. But now after six - seven months doctors are saying that if joint pain after fever lasts for such long period then it must be chickengunya. Now popping sound comes from knees , neck shoulders etc. Whenver pressure is placed on any muscle it becomes numb as if blood is not travelling and when i change position immediately blood travels and i feel normal.
Sir i found this forum site now only after suffering with these joint pains for last 6-7 months and checked a lot of posts and i feel you can help me out as i have read you have cured thousands of patients from these diseases. (I also read abt Dr Krishnamurthy which u have mentioned on yr official website)
NOw i have both medicinces (liquid) Poly Pinnoc 200 c and kali mur 1 M but i am confused which one should i take first and for how many days and no. of drops i should take
i am 35/ male / indian
[message edited by Yoorgia on Fri, 04 Mar 2016 04:12:41 UTC]
Yoorgia 4 years ago
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