Bleeding ulcerSir I am 19 year old girl
From uttar pradesh India
Sir 6 months before.. there was a problem that I vomit whatever I eat and my stool was black in colour. And I poop nearly 5-6times a day
I was as much weak as I can even start for 2 minutes
Doctor prescibed to have some test regarding lever etc and all the report's were normal
A homeopathic doctor given me Cinconna and chelidonium..
It's helps me a lot and problem of vomiting took 4 months to be cured
But the problem of black stool didn't gone...there is soo much gas in my stomach Everytime ..i also feel backache, vomit sometimes, extreme weakness weight loss and pale sunken face ...
Yesterday I again called my doctor and asked him about what's happening to me he said there is an ulcer in your stomach since 6months it's a bleeding ulcer.... He said some ulcers don't pains or hurts they silently bleed
Doctor please give a perfect advise and medicine for this
I dont want to waste time in allopathy...please advice...
I am getting more and more weak day by day my legs are like stick
Weight is losses up to 38 which was 47 before 6 months
Anjali4 on 2019-01-02
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER
DAY 2 ONWARDS
CALC CARB 30 FIVE DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TIMES A DAY AND NAT MUR 6X,FIVE TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.
FEEDBACK EVERY FOUR DAYS.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2019-01-02 05:52:55]
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