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afraid of aggravations

hi, I've been seeing a homeopathic doctor for 6 month now. I've tried 5 different remedies. But my condition seems to aggravate more and more. I have terrible dizziness, anxiety, migraines. I am also currently pregnant. Last time I had pulsatilla 1m and had terrible aggravation. I had to stop it with 30c. But the doctor told me to take 3 more dozes without 30c. I am really afraid that my condition is going to worsen as it did before. But I know she is a really good doctor and maybe I just should trust her. What should I do?
  tochka on 2009-07-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Here are few guidelines when dealing with centesimal potencies:

- Condition aggravates , with worsening of EXISTING symptoms, wait and watch, do not take further doses. This worsening should be followed by long term benefit.

- Condition improves, do not take further doses till the improvement comes to a COMPLETE halt.

- Condition worsens with 'new' troublesome symptoms that have never happened even in the past. Remedy is incorrect, and you should wait to come back to equilibrium before trying a new remedy.

- Even with the correct remedy, never repeat a potency once your body has responded to it. When the response to one potency halts, raise potency.
sameervermani last decade
i'm confused - my doctor told me to take 3 doses 1m each once a day. I'm very sensitive and always have aggravations even to 200c. Last time i had 1m i had bad aggravation that i had to break it with 30c.
tochka last decade

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