cure of my hernia problem in homeopathyhello homeopaths
i am asking for help again, but no body is replying here.
i am also a student of homeopathy
i am 30 years old woman and a mother of 3 kids (7 years daughter, 3 years son and 3 months baby)
i am breastfeeding my baby
last pregnancy caused fats on my belly , sides and hips and i look fat.
my weight is 65 kg and height is just 5 feet
i have hernia problem around my navel, pain with empty stomach (in morning), releives after eating.
leuchorhea, less or more but almost always, white discharge like egg white.
periods are ok, though just one periods after delivery, but earlier i had no issue with periods.
mind: anger, irritation and weeping mood.
constant back pain in lower region
stool, urine ok
hunger and thirst normal
my 3 years old son have following symptoms
tonsils, red and swollen and pain
low appetite, dont want to eat or drink
crying always on little things, anger and irritation
pls guide good medicine for me and my son
if u need more symptoms then u can ask
thank you so much
sana75 on 2006-03-15
kuldeep last decade
I suggest China 6c three times a day and China 30c once a day.
I dowsed that you need to treat your leucorrhoea FIRST before treating anything else.
Using Dr.Phatak's repertory , I found China to be your right remedy.
Since you are a student of Homeopathy, I suggest you to use dowsing to get the right medicine,potency and dosage.
For more details , you can visit http://www.asknikhil.com or search on google.com for more details.
I am also keen to teach dowsing to you if you wish so.
asknikhil last decade
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