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gallbladder full of stones, fatty liver, Hashimoto syndrom thyroid

Hello please help, recently went for a checkup since i felt numb or low pain in the right side under the ribs or around the last rib, turned out i have full gallblader and they want me to remove it, the liver is in a stage where it can be healed so i have to change diet, so i'm dieting. They also saw full hashimoto (not sure what exactly it means) and recommended me to check hormones next. I'm a male, my diet was mostly meat(pork), carbs(coca cola, chocolate, and other sweet things which are chocolate flavored) in the summer i would eat ice cream also chocolate flavored, i prefer every sweet to be chocolate. I also have painless swelling on around ankles, i occasionally get redish dry looking skin around nose and next to it slightly towards the cheeks, i also have varicose veins.
If there is any more info i can provide please let me know.


Remedies i've taken periodically according to my symptomatic needs:
nux vomica, silica, lycopodium, kali carbonicum 30c few days ago for lumbar issue, it helped.
I don't smoke, i don't drink alcohol.

Thank you for looking into my case.
 
  HomeopathyFTW on 2022-02-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
BERBERIS VULGARIS Q 15 DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER 3 TIMES A DAY.

IN ADDITION NAT SULPH 6X FIVE TABS 3 TIMES A DAY.

FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 4 months ago
Thank you for the help, i will follow the instructions, for berberis vulgaris is "q" the potency?
 
HomeopathyFTW 4 months ago

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