Abdominal muscle injury. Dr Maheeru plz help Page 3 of 2
♥ simone717 9 months agoThe vitamin and calcium supplements were prescribed by the doc along with painkillers. But I didn't wanted to take them considering the side effects of allopathic meds. I had only started taking these recently for the last few days.
Sure Sir, I'll get the remedy asap.
As for the update, I still feel tightness and a pulling or stretching feeling in the muscles (or the scar tissue I guess) and its quite painful sometimes.
Thank you so much Dr Maheeru and Dr Simone for all the help and guidance. I really appreciate it
happysoul1 9 months agoHow would you rate your stiffness and pain in these days when no medicine was being taken? More or less.
♥ maheeru 9 months agoIt's a lot lesser. I've had this same thing happening earlier when I was taking meds continuously even after there was relief. Now its somewhat better. I feel the tightness most of the time but its not very painful. Like the sharp tearing pain I used to get I don't have that now. Its more like an ache now
happysoul1 9 months agoI've just got the meds. Calc carb in 6c and 30c. Rhus tox 1m wasn't available so couldn't get it. I have it in 200c though if that can work
Please prescribe the dose
happysoul1 9 months agohappysoul1
Please take one pill/drop as a dose from calc. carb. 6c ----one dose per day for a week.
If you take one pill/drop dissolved in water, do not take full water as a dose. A few drops would be enough.
If any of the dose improves or worsens the symptoms significantly stop with that dose and report.
♥ maheeru 9 months ago
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