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START CARBO VEG AND GIVE A FEEDBACK.
ALL THE ALLOPATHIC DRUGS HAVE SUCH SIDE EFFECTS WHICH YOU ARE MENTIONING.
♥ anuj srivastava 4 months agoAnuj Sir, i stopped your prescribed medicines 3 months ago as my wife started taking unani medicines for her problems but it didn't do any better. she is having extreme cough for past 2 months which is a sort of dry cough but it brings minor phlegm in throat. she always remain constipated. she is losing hairs regularly in bunches. will get her thyroid checked and provide you the details. she was recently taking r51 drops but it didn't do anything.
fizspace last monthGIVE HEPAR SULPH 30,FIVE DROPS THREE TIMES A DAY.
FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
♥ anuj srivastava last monthshe has been taking hepar sulph 30 for 5 days and her cough is almost gone, only coughs occasionally but she feels spikes in her throat, please advice further medicines
fizspace 3 weeks agoGIVE NAT MUR 6X IN ADDITION THREE TIMES A DAY,FIVE TAB ONE DOSE AND GIVE A FEED BACK.IT IS PRESUMED THAT THERE ARE NO ULCERS IN THE THROAT.
♥ anuj srivastava 2 weeks agoshe don't have ulcer in throat, its sort of soreness in her throat which is felt at certain times like when you get cold. she is also losing a lot of hair daily and also having pains in hands and legs. also, her periods are always delayed by a week time
[Edited by fizspace on 2019-01-29 18:15:38]
fizspace 2 weeks agoshe is not having any cough now and her throat is also better, she is losing lot of hairs and having pain in hands and legs, she also feels minor pain in spine when she do any work bending down
fizspace last week
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