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Thank you. Just to be clear, Kali Brom should be continued for 15 days, and in case I need to repeat the dose of Calcerea Carb during this time, Kali Brom should not be discontinued. In other words, both doses can continue together?
Buink 10 months agoDear Dr. Kadwa,
How often can I safely repeat the dose of Calcarea Carb 200? I can lately feel the effects wearing off after 3-4 days of completing a 3-day dose, and the pain in my left ovary starts to slowly come back. I feel physically excellent when the doses are ongoing, but become sluggish within 3-4 days of completing a course, and I feel like my body once again starts to strain hard to fight the disturbances of PCOS.
Please tell me what to do.
Thanks and Regards, as always.
Buink 9 months agoYou may take Calcarea Carb 200 in evening for 10 days and see how that affects.
♥ kadwa 9 months agoHello Dr. Kadwa,
I am better now. The pain in my left ovary has decreased considerably, and I’m feeling better overall. I will continue to take Calcerea Carb as and when needed, thanks a lot. Although, one noticeable problem is a change in my appetite. I am suddenly feeling abnormally hungry all the time, even after full meals, I’m afraid if I continue to eat this way I’ll be in a lot of trouble weight wise. I don’t know what it is, I’ve never felt so hungry before. Almost as if PCOS was suppressing my hunger for all these years, and now that Calc Carb is treating me well, my system doesn’t know how to cope with a healing body, and is craving massive amounts of food all the time.
Buink 9 months agoYou should eat more fibrous foods like salads, fruits, vegetable soups. This should fill up stomach and won't lead to any adverse effects. Strictly avoid fried foods and sweets.
♥ kadwa 9 months agoDear Dr. Kadwa,
Thank you so much for Calcerea Carb 200. My ovarian pain is in check and I can see many positive improvements in terms of mood and energy. But there is one problem that doesn’t seem to go, which is my acute constipation. I am constipated 2 weeks in a month, and no amount of fibre or Isabgol husk stimulates my urge. This continues right up to the first day of my periods, then my bowels are regular for about 2 weeks, until I can't pass stool again for the following 2 weeks.
Your advice would be immensely appreciated.
Thanks and Regards.
Buink 8 months agoPlease take Graphites 200 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.
♥ kadwa 8 months agoDear Dr. Kadwa,
I took my final dose of Graphite 200 today. I took it for 3 days as suggested, and I know you said I should observe how it affects over a week, but it’s been nearly 3 weeks and I’m still constipated, I’m finding it extremely hard to function normally. Kindly suggest me what to do.
Thanks & Regards
Buink 8 months agoDear Dr. kadwa,
I am a 29 year old woman with long standing PCOS and recurrent pain in my left ovary. I have been on Calcarea Carb 200, as prescribed by you since October 2017 (2 pills twice a day for 3 days). I have repeated the remedy whenever the ovarian pain has shown signs of return. Lately, I am having to repeat the doses too frequently, as I can feel the effects wearing off too soon. The pain in my left ovary returns, and I stop having a bowel movement, with pimples around my chin and hairfall. Also my face starts to bloat as soon as the ovarian pain comes back, and I look swollen and different. Please help.
Buink 6 months agoPlease take a single dose of calcarea carb 1m and see how it affects over 15 days.
[Edited by kadwa on 2018-03-11 09:43:52]
♥ kadwa 6 months ago
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