RosaceaI have been diagnosed with rosacea in my mid thirties and the symptoms are : red patches on my cheeks, some acne like bumps, that go away, but complection looks kind of ruddy and splotchy. Tried all the medicines possible from regular medicine, but nothing helped. I am using seabuckthorn soap now and my skin feels and looks much smotther. My eyes seem watery at times and kind of tired, but I know I do not have ocular rosacea. I checked for demodex mite and the test was positive only on my facial skin. I have heard that sulphur pills may help. I bought these Sangsters health Sulphar 30C/80 pellets/granules. It says to take 3 per day. Do you think this will help my rosacea? Is is safe to take thse pills?
Thank you to anyone that replies. Regards, Jolka.
Jolka on 2008-06-18
A constitutional homoeopathic treatment certainly would help you. Answer following questions to start your constitutional homoeopathic treatment.
Do you have any itching or pain in affected spots?
Do they suppurates?
What you can tolerate easily heat or cold?
What aggravates your complaints in general heat or cold?
What weather you like most warm (summer )or cold (winter) or rainy or spring.
Mental status evaluation: (answer these in - or + rating in three grade i.e. cheerful +++)
2. Good long-term memory
3. Affectionate(who cares a lot for others)
4. Indifference(who does not so)
5. Malicious(who hates other in general)
7. Censorious ()faultfinding)
9. Mirth(enjoys usually)
10. Mischievous ()
11. Mistakes: If yes what kind of
12. Changeable mood)
14. Obstinate ()
15. Occupied ameliorates ()
Dr. Rakesh Km Lko last decade
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