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As a treatment for gastroparesis I am taking carbo weekly once for two weeks and lyco 200 weekly once. I am repeating this every 3 weeks for the past 6 weeks. Is this dose too much. I am 21.
  Blackhole on 2016-09-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
There is nothing like too much or too less. One should judge the remedy pattern from its overall response and report back to the physician.
kadwa 5 years ago
Thank you Sir.
I am giving below my symptoms and more details.
Two years back I had stomach flu twice in 6 months and I developed gastroparesis. After many meds, there is 50% improvement.
Right now I have no appetite, have to belch several times after each meal, sometimes feeling nausea (improved from constant nausea), headache right above the eyebrows.
Now I am taking carbo30 and lyco200. I am not sure about the side effects of long term use of these. I take Prilosec also for my acid reflux.
Blackhole 5 years ago
Carbo Veg and Lycopodium both have excellent effect on the GI tract. Lycopodium may not be taken daily. It may be taken as an inter-current remedy once in 3-4 days. You may take Carbo Veg 200 in morning and Nux Vomica 200 in evening for a week and see how that affects. One with digestive issues should eliminate 'heavy diet' and should do exercise regularly. Only medication cannot cure such conditions. If you are also taking omez i wonder why do you take homeopathy? Be patient see whether homeopathy alone works as effectively as omez.
kadwa 5 years ago
Thank you very much. I will follow your advice.
Blackhole 5 years ago

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