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L4-L5 compression

My mother is aged 65 years and for the past 2 years she is having acute pain in the lower pack, more particularly in the left hip / butt. She is unable to sit more than 5 minutes now due to physiotherapy 10 minutes. Last 2 months she was diagonsed with gall bladder stone (largest being 15mm) and since we do not want surgery we opted for homeopathy and she is taking berberis vulgaris 30c (10 drops ever morning) and the stone is come down to 10mm as per last week ultrasound. Please advice the homeopathy medicine for her lumbar pain (L4-L5 compression). Acute pain in the left butt / hip then stretching to entire hip area. She is obese (overweight) also. Please advice
 
  Ashley1 on 2016-03-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give her Calcarea Carb 200 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.
 
kadwa 3 years ago
You have mentioned Calcarea Carb 200c twice a day. Can you specify how many drops in one dose? Any specific time frame to see any improvement in her condition?
 
Ashley1 3 years ago
Hi please let me know how may drops in one does? any specific time frame to see any improvement in her condition?
 
Ashley1 3 years ago

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