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recurring uti and vaginal yeast infection

I m 34 , female, married..
I have recurring uti and yeast infection problem that causes a constant fatigue and lack of concentration. I have pain in lower abdomen and delayed periods. I consult a homeopath online ..he recomends sepia 30 twice daily..and nm+km 12X 4 tablets twice a day...I bought medicine but not sure about dosage..
Can some.one suggest me how much drops of sepia 30 ????
And nm and km are two separat medicines ...shuld I take 2,2 tablets from each..or 4,4 tablets from each..kindly help
 
  teenariz on 2017-04-23
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1-2 drops of Sepia 30 in 1/2 glass water constitute one dose at a time.

Kali mur and natrum mur 12x are two medicines. You should take 4 tablets from each twice daily..

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drthoufeequebhms 2 years ago
Thanks for the reply drthoufeequebhms ...
I 'll start my medicine today and then repost after 2 days
 
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