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For/From the past few days she has been eating lots of pills to get her disease cured. We hope she will get well soon.

Which one should I use? For or From? I have seen for is most frequently used word. Does any use from too?

Please help.
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Wonder123Which one should I use?
For
Wonder123 Does any use from too?
'From' if used must refer to a point in time: From last Tuesday, she has been...
Mister MicawberFrom' if used must refer to a point in time: From last Tuesday, she has been...
Ok we need to use from when we refer a specific time like day of the week, month of the year etc?
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Right—but any point in time, as 'From the first time I saw her....'
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We normally 'take' pills, not 'eat' them.
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Ok got it.
Mister Micawber'From' if used must refer to a point in time: From last Tuesday, she has been...
We use from to refer specific point in time, and how about"for"? is it to refer any point of time in the past?
Wonder123how about"for"? is it to refer any point of time in the past?
No: it introduces a span of time: for three days, for ten years, for most of my life.
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