Gallbladder stones and painHi ..
I am male age 45 height 5'-8" weight 85.
Few months before when I was fasting suddenly I had a severe pain in the middle of my tummy. I admitted to the hospital they gave me pain killers I felt better after 2 days. My tests showed that I have gallbladder stones which are so smaller just like sand particles. I had a little bit fatty liver too. They suggested me to remove my gallbladder but I wasn't mentally prepared for that so I came back home. Now days whenever I have gas trouble I feel that pain but not that severe. During this time period I took R-7 (Dr.Reckewegde) homeo medicine for a month. Today I ate some mutton gravy and it created a lot of gas trouble. I often feel acidic for which I take Nat phos 6x recommended by Dr. Joe de livera and it gives me relief. I take lycopodium 200 (1 dose, 3 drops in a sip of water) few minutes before. Plz recommend me some medicine and tell for how long I have to take it and how many times in a day? Also plz guide me about gallbladder stones. I heard that they can be treated in homeopathy. Is that true? Plz guide me about this.
I go to gym 5 days in a week and for hike or healthy activities like walk running etc.
Also now when I am having pain I am going to the washroom again and again but I can't pass stool the way I used to do in normal days. It is coming in small portions. And also I am burping a lot because of excessive gas.
[Edited by Sanam16261 on 2020-08-29 21:32:19]
Sanam16261 on 2020-08-29
1. Nux Vomica-200 6 pills twice a day for one week and then give feedback
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