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Old 19th September 2000, 10:56 PM
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No, not decid that on this point, wait, it works a month, and try to avoid the inhalers, and the other medicene, you supress a natural reaction. it will normally be feeling like this 2 days befor it start to decline, only if very high temprature, or suffocation, is threatening its to use the inhaler, pref its best to not do that, but boil water, and breed in the steam.
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Old 20th September 2000, 12:18 PM
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Thank you GM!!

I'll avoid the inhaler

I'm not using any medicines (except ofcourse the vitamins)

Thanks a lot
Sarah
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Old 5th October 2000, 12:34 PM
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Hi,
My asthma is now constant. I have wheezing during the day and the night. I can't manage without the inhaler. Steam doesn't work. It'll be a month after the first TUB dose only on oct 13th, can I take the 2nd dose of Tub CM now?

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Old 5th October 2000, 02:33 PM
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use one dose of natrium mur 200 now, use the inhaler only in crisis.
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Old 9th October 2000, 12:33 PM
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Hi
I took the Nat Mur 4 days back. No immediate changes. in the past two days my asthma has aggravated(it has become more cold), I had to use the inhaler, but the inhaler is giving releif only for a few hours and then the wheezing is back. It used to be difficult to manage only in the night. Now it is around throughout the day. It is not helping that it has become very cold. The cold wind aggravates it, eating also aggravates it. Even a little food makes me fell uncomfortable. I tried to do without the inhaler, but I couldn't manage even for a few hours. I couldn't stand straight, I couldn't hold my 14lbs baby without feeling very uncomfortable.
I have also been having a runny nose, itchy eyes and intense sneezing (winter has started and I think it is allergy season in New England)
What should I do now?
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Old 9th October 2000, 04:28 PM
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Wait and stay off the inhaler, this is aagravation from the remedy, and not a real astma attack, it should ease up after two days, if you leave it alone, if not we have to use one m, or preferably cm one dose.
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Old 12th October 2000, 12:55 PM
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Hi
I think I messed up.

I tried to stay off the inhaler, but was able to only reduce the frequency of use. Usually after a half a night of restless sleep had to rely on the inhaler. I stayed off during the day (even after aggravation from long walk in the cold).

The wheezing is now almost back to how it was before the nat mur. The eyes are still itchy and I'm sneezing a lot (especially soon after I wake up).

Do I have to use 1M? I ordered 1M with the Sepia but they don't have CM.
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Old 12th October 2000, 02:22 PM
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yes, use one m.
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Old 17th October 2000, 12:15 PM
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Hi,
I took the 1M on Friday. I'm still have slight allergy symptoms (itchy eyes which I end up rubbing and becomes puffy as a result and when I wake up in the morning It is difficult to open it because of some disharge.) I still have to use the inhaler once a day.

But my main problem now is as follows

I have a small lump under my nipple which have started being extremely painful. I think it appeared when I was expecting my first baby, the lump is not on the breast but on the nipple itself. It is about 2mm -3mm diameter. I never really paid any attention to it. It started paining over the weekend and i think the pumping on Monday aggravated it. I squeezes it and there was a light yellow (slightly transparent) discharge. At the end it was white like a white head.
I talked to my sister (she is a MD family practise - doesn't believe in homeopathy ) and she told me that the current pain is probably because one of the oil glands (or the tubercles) got clogged and is now infected (hence the pain) and that I should give it moist heat and take antibiotics for the infection.
I squeezed it yesterday and now the pain has radiated to below my armpits and there is a red line from the spot to the armpits.
I don't want to go for antibiotics. Can something be done homeopathically for this.
Sarah

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That is inflamation of the vein, it has to be stopped, if natrium dont stop it, you must use hot water wit salt in it, and put the area in, sulk it for at least a half houer, do this repeatedly, and if it dont stop, you may need anti bi, yes, you could take hepar 200 one dose, but all goer to the milk so the child might get a bit of trouble, not dangerous but uncomfortable. ok, do that use hepar 200 one dose.report back soon, it hs to be stopped, it is not allowed to llet that read streak go further, cause if it reaches the heart, it will give inflamation of the heart.
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