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Remedy Intake & Dosage

Hello,
Wanted to ask if ok to take/alternate Ars Alb 200 & Phosphorus 200 every 2hrs and gradually reducing the dosage as progress is made.

I have a bad sinus infection, bad throat and some chest congestion. This came all of a sudden, had been extremely tired few days before. Then the fever came which went to 102.4 and controlled it with Ibuprofen. Don’t want to take antibiotics as had recently taken them for another abdominal infection.
It is not easy for me to control sinus infection with homeopathic remedies unless I go more aggressive, not like take one dose and wait for days.
The nasal discharge is sometime dark greenish, sometimes yellowish and sometimes lighter color and pinkish. The throat feels a lump on swallowing and hurts mildly. Lower Legs hurt and head hurts, feels congested. No chills now but had them yesterday, this all started yesterday. The fever now is 100.4 and had tylenol 500mg & Vit C About 12hrs ago.
Appreciate all the help
Kind Regards
 
  Banjara on 2019-08-16
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Yes you can alternate those remedies every 2 -3 hours because you are having an acute.

Also if your chosen remedies doen't give much relief, look for other remedies, such Kali bichromicum, Mercurius, Pulsatila, or Hepersulphuris calcareum for the sinus infection.
 
Tui 11 months ago

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