Cervical spondylosis + UTI + hypo thyroidMy wife doll suffers from cervical spondylosis, which makes her highly irritable.
She also has UTI which gives frequent urge to urinate, with little holding capacity and fever, needing body pressing n massage.
Thyroid makes her a bit bulky and forgetful.
Symptoms: 1) cant tolerate heat n needs constant air conditioning.
2) high irritability
3) gets furious and starts scolding those around her.
4) unable to sleep early in the night and can't wake up early in the morning.
5) perspires very fast.
6) foul smell from mouth.
7) drinks a lot of water as her mouth feels dry.
8) a little overweight.
9) quick to get irritated but very slow in getting mollified.
10) can't take any criticism.
mullarbsvns69 on 2020-10-11
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER. FOR THREE DAYS
DAY 4 ONWARDS
Cantharis 30 five drops in an ounce of water three times a day
Take the remedies until symptoms are improved.
Keep all doses 30 minutes before or after food, drink and teeth brushing.
IN ADDITION KALI PHOS 6X AND CALC PHOS 6X FIVE TABS OF EACH THREE TIMES A DAY FROM DAY 1.
FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
♡ anuj srivastava last year
Has your wife had her urine tested and has she tried an antibiotic?
Cantharis and other remedies often seem to help but they often are not killing the infection- the infection can then get worse and need double the antibiotics and can cause kidney infection.
♡ simone717 last year
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