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Dear Sir

We are married since the last 4 years and my wife has not conceived. She was diagonsed for PCOS and a lot of allopathic treatment was subjected and turned out to be futile.

Now we have just started Homeo and would like to know the success stories.

My age is 32 and my wife is 26 years, 5ft 2 Inches and 55 kgs weight.

  shakti on 2004-12-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
So, what is pcos? What are the symptoms? Homeopathy works only by symptoms of the person and the condition, not a named disease.

If you want help, we must know much more about personalities and types of persons, peferences, etc.

Speak about yourselves in much more than age or weight. If you decide to do this, please separate sentences so it can be read more easily.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade
Polycystic ovary syndrome is not easy to deal with . As Sabra says one needs more info as we match remedies to people . So - is she tidy/untidy; hot/cold; restless/or placid; likes cold drinks[or hot] what hereditary background is there - any TB/cancer/eczema etc. Many vaccinations, antibiotics, operations. Stubborn or easy going.
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