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chronic postnasal sinusitis

I have postnasal sinusitis for more than 3 months. Despite the homeopathic treatment my sinusitis hasn't improved. My symptoms are: pressure feeling in the forehead, lots of greenish or yellowish discharge from the mouth (the nose is clear) and occasionally sore throat or Bronchis irritation and (productive) cough. I haven't had sore throat for a month. Till now I have taken Sulphur and Kali Bichromicum 1M and 10M. What do you suggest I should take? Thanks in advance,

  Valentinos on 2006-09-17
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try Sulpher 50M weekly one dose followed by Kali bich 30C three times ina day
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thank you very much for the replay dr. Sharma, but to make sure that I understood, should I take only one dose of Sulphur 50M for a whole week and then start taking kali bichr?
Thank you in advance,

Valentinos last decade
It's me again! I'd like to ask you where I could find Sulpur 50M. There isn't such a sulpur 'version' in the list of this homeopathics remedies store. If I failed to find it, could I take a 'substitute' (e.g. Sulpur 10M?)? Please, in addition to this question, give me your suggestion regarding my post/question above! Thank you in advance,

Valentinos last decade

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