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Your userID Healer21 is moved to 'TO IGNORE' list for your bad behaviour and misleading communication to patients.
maheeru on 2017-10-06maheeru I can not see people disappointed after a massive homeopathic treatment .. it is just an option and hope for disappointed ones.
In homeopathy history .. great homeopath also used to forward cases to others .. rather than sticking to it ..
I forward a case to you as well .. (cramping Neuro) I never took this case .. I started this old tradition of forwarding cases on this forum so that people can get some relief .. I'm saying and doing it just because of patients coming here on this forum ..and they have some hope in them ..
A true homeopath can not misbehave and can't mislead ..
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healer21 on 2017-10-06This thread continues beneath the following ad.Maheeru.
I am sorry for any confusion here.I am sticking to your regimen.
The hot flashes are about the same, a little less frequent in the morning but after lunch the intervals become shorter again. It has been almost 3 weeks since I last took the sulphur.
winnieandco on 2017-10-06
Mis representation of facts:
1) It was said there were a lot of side effects which was not true. This was a classic case of hasty repetition of a remedy when it was working beautifully which JT Kent says will ruin the case. Probably due to misunderstanding or misreading facts were misrepresented.
2) Old symptoms. The patient did not report any symptoms to be from the past. She clearly said after a bad news she got stressed. The right way of homeopathy is to address this recent emotional block and not to mis lead. Skipping emotional aetiology that too in the recent period is the worst thing a homeopath can do and it will be wrong approach to homeopathy.
And trying to intrude or interfere in a thread that is moving on reasonably and trying to arm twist the patient into taking another person's help is bad behaviour. The case is not even six months old it's just started----should be left sufficient time to see results----instead one should not poke in just to thrust one's own favourite remedy on to a patient misunderstanding that unless a medicine works in a few days it's not a right remedy.
At the most the alternative would have been silicea(which again would be a remedy change that was not necessary) which is not the top grade medicine for climacteric complaints compared to Sulph. Her symptom profile clearly says she is sulph. constitution. So given the facts the interference was undue, irrelevant and a provocative act.
Irrespective of one's opinion, like, dislike, passion there is a basic courtesy, discipline and rules on the forum and one needs to respect that. If every one starts to interfere with every one else and try to convince the patient then it will be chaos and only disharmony. Of course the forum rules permit to express one's opinion or dissent courteously.
Forwarding cases is very different and will be voluntary unlike what happened here(forwarding cases will happen when there is a deadend). Trying to forcefully take up a case on not sound arguments is not the best of thing to do esp. when one is a new comer.
This forum provides for anyone to write his/her opinion on whatever product or thing they used to get better. So trying to create an armageddon of Puritan/Classical versus others won't work here. And we can not draw a line where puritan/classical ends and innovation takes over.
maheeru on 2017-10-06Yes winnieandco how many doses of Ignatia are up? And when was the last dose?
maheeru on 2017-10-06people don't need lectures .. they need results ..
Carry on maheeru ... take it easy .. there is only one clear symptom .. and that is hot flashes ..
I also have practiced allopathy .. before coming to homeopathy. so I also have a very decent , deep and vast knowledge and experience of many things .. still consider my self as a student ..
Winnieandco and other wise people can understand better .. There is nothing personal .. I always feel proud to say sorry if I'm wrong. Carry on with this case .. no one going to interrupt you .. let's see ..
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healer21 on 2017-10-06This thread continues beneath the following ad.I have had four doses of ignatia. The last one was yesterday morning.
winnieandco on 2017-10-06
How are you feeling about the stress?
Please write down symptoms at this point and changes that have happened over the last three weeks.
maheeru on 2017-10-07Good news. There has been some improvement. For the past 3 weeks the hot flashes have been regular, pretty much very 2 hours, day and night. I took the ignatia to help with the stress and I now feel much calmer and in control.
3 days ago I noticed things changing. Less flashes in the morning, irregular intervals between flashes during the afternoons, sometimes better sometimes worse but with less intensity. The following day I had fewer. It was apparent that they were worse after eating but then would settle down.
This morning I have so far had no flashes at all. It is now mid day.
First thing in the morning I usually have a flash but this morning it was more of a slight feeling of discomfort. I was waiting for the hit and it never happened. The only other really noticeable change has been my feet. Whereas I usually stick them out of bed because they are too hot, the last 2 nights they have felt unusually cold. Touching them they feel warm but they almost ache with the cold.
winnieandco on 2017-10-09Ok good to hear winnieandco about relief. We'll wait before proceeding. Keep me posted about the changes.
maheeru on 2017-10-09After a few days of respite the flashes have started to increase again. Not in intensity but in frequency.
I waited to see if it was just a little hiccup but for the last 3 days they have been a little more frequent, starting with the flash in the morning on waking, it then calms down for a few hours and increases again after lunch and though the evening. They are better than they were at night, one flash once the bed gets warm but then I am usually ok as long as I can get to sleep. However I am having some trouble getting to sleep - and staying asleep. My feet no longer ache.
winnieandco on 2017-10-17
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