Dizziness, Burping, Shivering, Tiredness, Heavyweight on head, Breathing troubleHi,
My wife is 32 years old. She has been suffering from health issues for the last 6 months.
She started having Dizziness, breathing trouble, Shivering, tiredness all of sudden by February 2017. She took blood test, stool test, MRI scan, ECG, ENT test. Her iron was little bit low and B12 also was low. So, she started taking iron and B12 vitamin tablets for 4 months. She started feeling better after a month. It was managable for 3 months but still all the symptoms were there but not heavy.
Again, in July everything got worsen. She has dizziness throughout the day( daytime and night time except during deep sleep), not feeling hungry,breathing trouble( feels like throat is blocked ), tiredness, shivering, shoulder pain sometimes, pricking sensation around heart and chest, burning sensation in the stomach, sour or bitter taste sometimes., blurry vision, heavy head, body heat and ears heat sometimes, acne in the face.
She burps even drinks water, eating food.
Doctor is treating her for acidity and she has been taking Pantaprazole for the last one month. Heartburning has come down, but no improvements in other symptoms. Dizziness is there 24X7. She has been taking some homeopathy medications also. No improvements.
Any suggestion would be great.
[Edited by udayabaski on 2017-08-07 05:13:53]
udayabaski on 2017-08-06
Nux Vomica-200 6 pills twice a day for one week and then give feedback
♡ homeo_helper 3 years ago
Is nux vomica 200CK and 200C same?
[Edited by udayabaski on 2017-08-07 03:24:13]
udayabaski 3 years ago
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