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    DR. RECKEWEG R39 AFFECTIONS OF THE ABDOMEN LEFT SIDE DROP

    (22 ML drop in bottle)
    DR. RECKEWEG R39 AFFECTIONS OF THE ABDOMEN LEFT SIDE DROP
    Product Details
    DR. RECKEWEG R39
    Affections of the abdomen-left side
    INDICATIONS
    Affections of the ovaries (left side), parametria and annexes. Cysts, inflammation, tumours. Beneficient action in case of inflammation annexitis, salpingitis, parametritis, and cysts of the ovaries. The present remedy should be tried before deciding upon a surgical operation, also in cases of bad cicatrizing after an operation, and illdefined affections of the parametrium (left side) R38 is to be tried if the right side is the affected.
    MODE OF ACTION OF MAIN INGREDIENTS:
    Lachesis: Convulsive pains in the abdomen (left) with flushing.
    Lycopodium: Specific action in convulsive pains located around the descending colon sigmoid (S-romanum), arousing fears of cancer that are often all too well-grounded.
    Palladium: Acts of cysts of the ovaries and inflammation, acute and chronic.
    Saxifraga: Specific action in renal calculi (left side). The action of the present remedy is directed in the main against affections of the feminine abdomen (left), when the pains radiate in the upper parts and are eventually accompanied with renal calculi or intestinal pains. These general conditions of irritation are echoed as vegetative reflexes throughout the several organs and can contaminate the latter.
    DOSAGE
    - As prolonged cure 3 times daily 10-15 drops in some water before meals, eventually to be alternated with other, complementary, remedies listed under Remarks . In cases of acute inflammation with fever and pains suddenly developing, the same dose every 1-2 hours (possibly in a little warm water). Simultaneous application of hot poultices, cooked potato poultices or physico-therapeutic treatments like short wave rays.


    Use under medical supervision.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 05 June, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)