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Sorry, Should she avoid sour things again? Or any special diet
 
azade last month
She can take sour things now. For the time being give her light food as her stomach may be weak.
 
telescope last month
I am grateful to you
 
azade last month
After taking
[Edited by azade on 2021-12-09 02:43:06]
 
azade last month
After taking Nux vomica 30c, the weight loss stopped for one day and then the next day, she started gaining weight for a day. Then she has neither gained nor lost weight (9 days after taking remedy). Do I have to give her the same dose again? Or I have to wait for the remedy to work on weight gain.
 
azade last month
If there is no problem with her digestion she will gain weight naturally in a month or two. It is not good to use medicine for weight gain if there is no disease.
 
telescope last month
Thank you
 
azade last month
Dear doctor, she has another problem: She spills a little urine on her clothes some minutes before and after each urination.
 
azade last month
You can try Causticum 30 one dose. No sour things for one week after medicine.
 
telescope last month
Thank you very much
 
azade last month

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