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Please take thuja and chamo, every 3rd day (with 2 dayx of interval)
Reva V last week
Ok. I will take each one every 3rd day. Leuks are still showing on sticks. I will report back in a week or two.
Juniorcat last week
Please take Sarasparilla 30, twice a day, evening and night.

(Leuk showing in the stick is not ok) Please report every other day, until it clears.
Reva V 6 days ago
Will make changes if Leuk remains after Saras
Reva V 6 days ago
Yes I still have leauks showing while on maintenance antibiotic. No nitrites. So, no change in anything with thuja & cham. Ok, I have some Sarasparilla 30 here. I will start it twice a day today and report back on tuesday.
Juniorcat 6 days ago
Reporting in. Twice a day doses of sarsaparilla might be helping. Leuks are lighter than they were by about 1/2 I think.
Juniorcat 4 days ago
Reporting in on Thursday. Leuks are lighter. Now a pale pink.
Juniorcat 2 days ago

Thuja 30 and Chamo 30 together around noon

on alternate days.

Continue Sarasparilla, twice
Reva V yesterday
Ok Dr. Reva! I will start that today. Continue sarsap twice daily as before?
Juniorcat yesterday
Yes. Twice daily please
Reva V 12 hours ago

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