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Chicken pox

Age 22 yrs, female I am suffering from chicken pox for 6 days.. I am taking Rhus tox 30 4 glbTds.. But nw in the blisters there starting to form pus..should i chang the medicine ? Kindly give me some suggestions...
[message edited by Mainaruby on Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:57:17 UTC]
 
  Mainaruby on 2017-04-18
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it will be alright.stop rhus tox and take ferrrum phos 12x 1dose or ferrum phos 6x 4tablets at once...and wait

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drthoufeequebhms 4 years ago
Ok Thanks..should i use any medicine to prevent appearing scars(which usually appears aftr recovery from chicken pox).
 
Mainaruby 4 years ago
Yes...take kali mur 12x 1dose after recovery. For removing scars..

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drthoufeequebhms 4 years ago
Actly i am cofusing about 1 dose..can u kindly describe how to take Kali mure 12x 1 dose
 
Mainaruby 4 years ago
take 4 tablets as one dose


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