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When did you take Rhus?
 
fitness 8 years ago
approx 20 days before...when colchicum and Urtica fails then akshaymohla prescribed rhus tox..but it didn't responded as well.
 
Rehan786 8 years ago
Take it now.
 
fitness 8 years ago
ok, i will take it again...

as i told you before my ortho said this pain is due to microsystic anemia... will rhus tox work ?
 
Rehan786 8 years ago
It's more than 15 days knee and backpain still as it is. pl. suggest further
[message edited by Rehan786 on Fri, 04 Apr 2014 21:29:35 BST]
 
Rehan786 8 years ago
Take a dose of Lycopodium 200c, just one dose and report back.
 
fitness 8 years ago
I already taken a dose before 2 days due to Vaginal itching...my main problem is knee and backpain
[message edited by Rehan786 on Fri, 04 Apr 2014 21:32:53 BST]
 
Rehan786 8 years ago
I am not going to handle your case anymore as you consistently have shown to hide or give incorrect information. Please ask someone else for assistance.
 
fitness 8 years ago
ok thanks....plz be cleared you cant understand my case and not able to find out the correct remedy..
 
Rehan786 8 years ago

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