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Recovery from Surgery Pain

My wife had a partial hysterectomy surgery due to fibroids on Sep 24, almost 2 weeks ago.

Surgery went very well but right now she is complaining of a lot of pain. Reasons are not clear, some of it is gas pain but she says that some of it feels like very sharp nerve pain, almost unbearable. Passing stool is difficult and painful. But not due to constipation, stools are soft.

Initially after the operation I gave her staphysgyria 200C. When she was complaining of nerve pain and difficulty eating I tried both nux and carbo veg 200c. Neither made any difference. When she started describing sharp nerve pain I tried hypericum 200C but she says she cannot see it making a difference. She is taking it maybe 2 times a day.

Can anyone suggest a course of action?
 
  mmene on 2018-10-07
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Bellis perennis and Calendula in low potency such as 3x every 1 - 2 hour. When she started to feel better, give just 3 times a day.

1 dose is 2 pills / drops.
 
Tui last year
I don't think I have such a low potency and can't get it quickly. Could I use 30C?
 
mmene last year
Yes
 
Tui last year
Is it better to take this as split dose in water or just the pills? Or no difference?
 
mmene last year
Take this as split dose in water.
 
Tui last year

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