Frequent urinationI'm 68 years old female. I deal with frequent urination during the day & night for years. However, the night frequency got worse in the last few years. I get up to urinate about every 2 hours and it prevents me from getting a good night sleep. No problem with sugar and blood pressure is low. I'm on thyroid medication but my endocrinologist doesn't think the medicine has anything to do with the frequent urination. No other medications are involved but I do take many vitamins/minerals. My researches online are pointing to the remedy Lycopodium Clavatum but I don't know what potency to try.
Do you have any suggestion as for the potency or other remedies that could help.
AS_Home on 2020-10-05
1. Conium-200 6 pills twice a day for 15 days and then give feedback
♡ homeo_helper 3 years ago
Dosages: Administer 1-2 pillules under the tongue or dissolve in water every 30-60 minutes until symptoms improve. Do not administer within 15 minutes of food or drink. Once symptoms improve, stop remedy. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare provider.
Caution: Pregnant, breast-feeding, and people with known medical conditions and/or taking other medications, ask a healthcare professional before use. Store in a cool place and out of direct sunlight. Keep away from children.
People who are new to homeopathy should ask for any of the above remedies in the 6th potency and should take them three or four times a day. If improvement is not noticed after one week, the remedy chosen was not the correct one, and because these remedies are not known to have side effects, no harm is created by trying them.
♡ thakurhimanshi 3 years ago
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