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Rash on my lower leg

Back in late 2001 (when I was in grad school and, thus, quite stressed), I first got a rash on my lower leg (outside of my left leg, mainly). It might have been on my right leg, too. I don't recall.

Eventually, I made it to a dermatologist who diagnosed 'granuloma annulare' via a biopsy and gave me something to suppress it. It worked. Several times over the years, the rash returned and each time, I suppressed it.

It returned again in November and this time I've been trying to see if homeopathy can address it.

- Always more or less in the same location
- Not particularly itchy (but a bit now and again)
- Red, raised, rough
- Mostly on the left leg; some also on the back of the right leg
- Will apparently last indefinitely if I don't 'get rid of it'
- Calendula lotion did not help

I recognize that this is probably a constitutional issue. If you would, could you tell me which remedies come to mind when thinking of this type of issue so that I might go research them in more depth?

Many thanks!
  ArnicaFan on 2009-02-16
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best angle is use characyeristic symptoms in other aspects not (seeming ) associiated with focal complaint--put together u strat develpoping a pic that leads to remdy selection--fromthat place --need read Materica medicas compare ur characyeristics to remedy characteristics see which remedy best fits the pic---its the unusaul characyerisics that define---generla ones dont help--most remdies have the same generals--just modified differently
John Stanton last decade

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