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Ulcerative Colitis

I have been suffering from ulcerative colitis for several years now. For the past few months I was taking mercuris corrosivus 200C (along with allopathich medication)and the disease was in remission. When I stopped taking Mer. Corr. the disease come back and now even with taking Mer. corr. for the past 4 days the bleeding is not stopping.
How long does it take for Merc. Corr. to take effect?
Should I take something else besides this?
Please help.
Many thanks
Nirmal Chaudhary
  nirmalchaudhary on 2005-01-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Generally Merc is a short acting remedy and your body has now ceased to respond - it may be a couple of years before it will work again. The best bets to follow it are Hep Sul or Carbo Veg.
passkey last decade
Have you tried a gluten free diet? I know this isn't related to homeopathy, but I've heard that some people with UC respond well to a GF diet. Also, there is another diet that was created just for UC called the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.

Good luck!
elainegl last decade

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