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Anal Fistula

I am so confused can someone please help. There are many suggestions in regards to using silicea 6x and arnica and hypericum. My son has been taking silicea 6x two twice daily and arnica in the wet dose morning and night and I have been applying calendula gel to the area but there are recommendations to take the silicea for 15 days and then stop or to take until drainage stops to to take every 30 minutes and to use hypericum once daily can someone please suggest a remedy and how to use it correctly I really want this cured--desperate
  bellkeys on 2008-04-22
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pls stop all the medicine..

take one dose of camphor 6c
after that.. morning peonia 200 and evening silicea 200 one dose

continue for 3 month and report me..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
yesterday you recommended one dose of Myristica s 1M and wait for a month should I do that in addition to the new remedy or disregard this and begin the new remedy. The area is still hard and hurts when touched only. Thank you
bellkeys last decade

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