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Anxiety induced gastroparesis

I am having a problem of stress chronic insomnia..due to that slow movement in stomach and intestines..
Continous nausea..sometimes vomiting
Constipation is also there

Please help
  ajinkya1989 on 2020-07-26
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On 20/6.
Medicines were prescribed for your issues but no feedback given.
anuj srivastava last week
No effect problem got chronic
ajinkya1989 last week
Without giving any response difficult to cure any one.Any way some one else can take up your case.
anuj srivastava last week
Did you take the prescribed medicines of dear anuj? Why didn't you reply? Sometimes 1st prescription may show nothing but should inform the prescriber. What ever, give full description of your sufferings.
freehomeoforall last week
Hello..sorry for no reply..as was sick..got ooerated for anal fistula..
ajinkya1989 last week
Give full details of all of your present sufferings.
freehomeoforall last week
I have anxiety chronic insomnia
Stress induced gastroparesis
Ulcer..acid reflux with chronic nausea
Muscle pain twitching
Chronic fatigue
Restless leg syndrome
Tremors memory issue
ajinkya1989 last week
Take some doses of Arsenicum Album 30
3pills 3times a day in empty stomach.
freehomeoforall last week
Thank You
ajinkya1989 last week
No relief yet..done endoscopy..found out that i have gastric ulcer and obstructing a gastric outlet..nausea and vomiting and breathlesness..
ajinkya1989 5 days ago
Take 3 doses of Nux Vom 30 in 3 evenings
5drops+half cup water in empty stomach

Update 4th day
freehomeoforall 5 days ago

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