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Hyperacidity after taking Acid Phos Q

Age: 27 years
I have acidity and heartburn after taking Acid Phos Q (dose: 10 drops twice daily). I took it for about a month. I have tried following medicines but no relief :
1. Carbo Veg 200- no relief with aggravation of empty feeling in stomach
2. Nux vomica 30- some relief but aggravation of anal itching and limb weakness
3. Robinia Q - less relief
4. Abies Nigra 30 - No relief
5. Nat phos 6x - relief but less
6. Arsenic album 200- no relief
7. Pulsatilla 30 - no relief
8. Robinia 30 - no relief
Current Symptoms :
- Hyperacidity and heartburn after having spicy food.
- Acidity even by simple food items like- Potatoes, pigeon pea (Toor daal).
- pain on right side of chest
Kindly advice...
[Edited by Sagar270 on 2021-05-04 18:30:28]
 
  Sagar270 on 2021-05-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Why did you take Acid Phos Q <br>Stop all remedies for a while
Just take half a glass of chilled milk diluted with water
Have curds/ yoghurt after lunch
Thuja 1M one drop empty stomach for thee days
Revert after three days
 
Kaps last year
Thank you for your reply. I was given Acid Phos Q for physical exhaustion and Concentration problem.
 
Sagar270 last year
how are those symptoms now have they gone ?
 
Kaps last year
Keep having chilled milk as and when you have the acidity I m sorry I forgot to mention how many times
 
Kaps last year
Is your docter mad who prescrived acisd phos in. Mother tincture. Acids and poisinoud remedies and nosodes. Are never prescrived in low potencies.

My honest suggestion for you is never visit this docter again

Try to find good homeopath
Drink cofee 2cup a day for minimun 3 days it may antidote above remedies
 
Hameedjan 8 months ago

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