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Unintentional chronic regurgitation heart burn

I am suffering from regurgitation ever since I can remember. I thought it was normal till I was told otherwise by a doctor friend. I was suggested some tests, but I prefer a non intrusive diagnostic and prefer homeopathy.
Symptoms:
I regurgitate almost after every meal.
Sometimes it's acidic sometimes it is not (sour in taste)
It is more prominent after heavy meals
I find it difficult to sleep on my right, it increase many folds
I have a chronic vitamin b deficiency with all symptoms associated to it (forgetfulness, broken lip corners etc)if it is digestion related
I take b complex supplement regularly
Please let me know if more information is needed.

Thanks a lot in advance.. :-)
 
  Vishalpraveen on 2018-06-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
NUX VOMICA 200, 5 DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER AT NIGHT HALF AN HOUR BEFORE MEALS,FOR THREE DAYS.

KALI MUR 6X AND NAT SULPH 6X, FIVE TABS OF EACH THREE TIMES A DAY.

FEED BACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 4 years ago
Followed the regime. The regurgitation decreased to intermittent water coming back in mouth.
I stopped it after one week, that was day before yesterday and i had a recurrence today. Should I i continue the same doses a little longer?
 
Vishalpraveen 4 years ago
YES PLS CONTINUE.

HAVE NIT ACID 200 FOR THREE DAYS ONE DOSE EVERY DAY,INSTEAD OF NUX.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2018-07-02 18:16:22]
 
anuj srivastava 4 years ago

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