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What are Gallstones?
Gallstones are actually quite common. Usually a person can have them without even knowing it. In many cases a person will not know they have them until they feel them. So what are gallstones? They are hard deposits left in the gall bladder. Sometimes they pass without pain or discomfort but if they grow in size they can get stuck. This causes a lot of pain, fever, nausea, vomiting and in some cases jaundice.
If serious pain occurs or a stone is stuck or is stretching the tissues it is vitally important that the person experiencing this realize that medical care is required at this point. Removing, dissolving or otherwise ridding the body of stones can be done but when the condition worsens to this extent medical attention is needed to protect the sufferer as the outcome can be unpredictable.
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Safe, Effective Homeopathy for Gallstones
There are common remedies that have offered effective help for gallstone sufferers. Today, we’ll learn about homeopathy for gallstones. Since homeopathy deals with likes or similars, the homeopathy for gallstones must relate. This means that the remedy is chosen by the symptoms that are experienced. Below, you can see the homeopathy for gallstones and beside each treatment option you will find the symptoms that should be present in order for that element to be successful.
Berbis Vulgaris: sharp stabbing pains that range through the groin, pelvic and back area. This pain gets worse when the person shifts or moves their position. Appetite and thirst needs change consistently.
Calcarea Carbonica: swollen abdomen, chest pain, exhaustion, clammy hands, chills, and feels anxious or nervous.
Chelidonium Majus: pain is generally confined to the back, shoulders and chest. Stomach looks expanded or visibly swollen and feels constricted, nausea and exhaustion are present and motion makes the feelings worse.
Colocynthis: painful cramping that is only eased by laying still and applying pressure to the abdomen.
Nux Vomica: pain seems to travel in an upward motion, swollen abdomen, nausea, chills, cramping, irritability and impatient behavior are very noticeable.
Podophyllum: constipation or hard stools that resemble clay which may or may not alternate with diarrhea, pain seems generally restricted to the upper abdomen.
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