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One thing I want to point out is Baryta is occasionally slow in action so may take time to show its effect. It depends on person to person.
Soul_Spirit 3 months ago
Ok I ordered calc phos6x do I give both together on same day?
Am123 3 months ago
As per dosage I will write again:

Give on an empty stomach half an hour apart from food/water.
Calcarea Phos 6X (3 to 4 tablets) thrice a day.
Baryta 6C (2 to 3 pellets) twice a day for 3 days then only once in the morning.

So you have to give both on the same day.

For morning and night dose you have to give both meds so you can give a gap of minimum half an hour between the two.
Soul_Spirit 3 months ago
Give feedback after a week or anytime in between.
Soul_Spirit 3 months ago
The meds helped my son he began to eat and complain was gone about his belly. However it started again 5-7 days ago. He eats and then stops eating cuz his belly hurts and he also started about his leg pain again.
What should I do ?
Am123 2 months ago

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