Hereditary gums problemsIf a patient is suffering from gum bleeding and there is a temporary relief from some remedies. On taking history his grandfather had his teeth removed from young age,his mother also had the issue.
So its hereditary.
How do we proceed with the cure by removing the miasmatic taint?
Do we find the remedy symptomatically and go on giving him till the chronic taint is removed?
Leading doctors have mentioned gingivitis as from tubercular miasm.
hisam on 2009-03-28
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