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I am 41 years old,
Eat mostly fresh food (non processed)
Exercise regulary (yoga, qi qong and walking)
Have anxiety about fear of sickness, probably the cause of this is from an event back in 2005 to see my dad sick, he got major operation due to aneurysm, i was felt everything negative at that time including, fear, worry, sad. The operation went well, my dad is healthy until now, but i still have extremely fear about sickness, going to doctor, get scared being diagnosed with a serious illness. Which before the event of my dad i am totally fine not fear of anyhing,
2014 had gastritis symptom doctor gave me PPI and got cured from it
2015 few UTI, got antibiotic but uti return, i took arsenicum and no uti until now, but the urinary system still not 100% normal due to sometimes i get urgency and feel to pee when hearing the shower
2016 got cikungunya, and found out i was low in HB (9.5) and low in vitamin D
2017 got painless bartholin cyst, and uterine myoma, doctor told me it was nothing to worry, no need operation.
Last month : got stiff neck and body stiffness i took sangobion and it made me nausea, and gastritis symptoms to arise like lower left abdomen pain when hungry or after eating, sensation in the epigastrum after eating. I took nux vomica and it is getting better now.
Any suggestion for the remedy ?
[Edited by Eve on 2017-10-04 22:18:42]
Eve on 2017-10-04
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Nux Vomica is the right selection.
♡ kadwa 5 years ago
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