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There are mainly three types of reaction causing aggravation i.e. homoeopathic aggravation (good one, but not present in your case), disease aggravation due to homeopathic medicines or due to other causes(it occurs in advance stage of any vital disease so does not seem to be present in this case as acne are usually hormonal and enviromental and does not have an fatal effect on patient, so it seems now disease aggravation not due to homeopathic medicine and probably due to menses or enviromental, or mental condition change), and third one is homoeopahic drug induced aggravation (in this type the develops too many symptoms of the medications i.e. medicine causing to produce its symptoms
Dr. Rakesh Km Lko last decade
hello doctor, i have ordered sulphur and i'l be getting it in a day or two. in the meanwhile i wanted to clarify something with you. my father said that i had primary complex when i was a child and i have taken lots of antibiotics for that. he also said that i had a tubercle in the side of my neck for a long time. but now it is not there anymore. from that onwards i have been getting frequent colds. he says that i have the tubercular miasm and i should get rid of that first. then the constitutional remedy will work. is that so? can acne be a cause of that? what are your ideas about this?
saatvi last decade
Just wanted to ask a Q - before approaching homeopathy were you on acne medications (antibiotics etc)? Please tell me
Can a skin disease(disease aggravation herein) be cured by homeopathic medication without recurrence. I agree in homeopathy patience is the key.
simpleguy last decade
hi [message edited by check_kpr on Sat, 25 Jun 2011 21:12:13 BST]
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