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dullache in left side abdomen, cramping, frequent motions post eating and pain in back when pooping

i had dull pain in left side abdomen since feww weeks. once i had loose motions so i contacted gastro doctor he prescribed me flagyl400 and taxim o 200 for 5days. Since day 1 i have foul smell in poop. after ending antibiotics i had poop with foul smell and pain in back. i contacted homeopathy doctor, and she prescribed me natrum phos 6x 4tablet 4times a day, merc sol 30 and nux vomica 200 both 2drops in 2 tbls water six times a day. Is it ok? urgency to poop is most when i sleep which causes back pain too. since last two days after anything i eat post an hour or so i have to poop 3 times with small coming out with mucus.
  aturate on 2020-08-18
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Lycopodium 200 mixed with Arsenicum album 3C .

Dose TWO (2) drops of each, taken at the same time 2 times daily.

Take the remedies until symptoms are improved.

30 minutes before or after food, drink and teeth brushing.

Weekly feedbacks.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-08-18 06:12:10]
anuj srivastava last year
thanks for your reply. i am about to start with medicine prescribed by my doctor. should i continue with that?
aturate last year
Definitely go ahead with what has been prescribed.
anuj srivastava last year
thank you. will start with natrum,nux vomica and merc sol. will revert in few days. if no improvement then will continue with ur prescription.
aturate last year

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