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Requesting someone's help to take the case and advise on what to take next.
 
suna711 3 weeks ago
continue for ten more days.
 
anuj srivastava 3 weeks ago
Thanks Sir.
I am continuing the medicine as you advised. Today I tried to lift something and it hurt so I stopped it.
The Strontium Carb bottle I got is almost finishing. So, I want to check with you how much longer would I need to take it and should I order 1 more bottle.
Also, if you can tell me what other medicine to order, as it takes some time to get them.

Thanks for the help.
 
suna711 2 weeks ago
Please let me know. thanks.
 
suna711 2 weeks ago
Sorry for Moving in. Please update your current status. Gone through all your posts. As of now don't pick up weight that will trigger pain .

Be Healthy,
Nikkie
 
Nikkie last week
Thanks for moving in, Madam.

I have been taking Strontium Carb 30 5 drops, along with Calc Fluor 3x 5 tabs 3 times a day. Its been 3 weeks now.
Not clear if I have noticed any change with the medicine. I do realize that it will take time.
Please advise should I continue taking the medicine. I have actually ordered another bottle of Strontium Carb 30, in case I run out.
Thanks for the help.
 
suna711 last week
Can someone please respond and let me know what should I take next.
Thanks for the help.
 
suna711 last week
continue for a week giving regular feedbacks after every 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava last week

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