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Constipation and blocked ears (acute deaness)

Hello,

I developed diarrhea in the hospital and took s. Boulardii (enterol). However I continued taking it when stool was normal. Suddenly I grew really constipated and my ears became completely blocked. I am half deaf at the moment. Cannot understand what people are saying at the moment. My stool is really sticky and hard and very small lumps. Had to manually remove them-euik. It is horrible. I never been this constipated before. I think it is caused by too much yeast. When my stool returned too normal I continued taking enterol which was stupid because now I have too much yeast in my gut. I think my blocked ears are also because of the yeast. My stomach is also very painful when I touch it.

Which remedy could I take to relieve this constipation and blocked ears, how do I return my gut back to normal?

I am breastfeeding.
 
  Abou on 2020-06-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Pl take
1. 'Yakult' one pint everyday after your breakfast
2. 'Sporlac' one tablet at bed time
3. Nux Vomica-200 6 pills twice a day

Pl take above treatment for 10 days and then give feedback

homeo helper
[Edited by homeo_helper on 2020-06-01 00:56:00]
 
homeo_helper 10 months ago
Okay thank you. We don't have sporlac in Belgium but will take the nux vomica and yakult.
I always get very emotional unstable when constipated suicidal even. I now have a son and i want to feel better. Need to take care ofhim
 
Abou 10 months ago

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