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candida and the remedy

Hello,

About two months ago I began taking nat-carb LM-2 one dose every few weeks as needed. The remedy had some positive effect, but since I began taking it, I gradually began developing fungal infections in various part of my body (anal, fingernail etc.). These are phenomena I never suffered from before.

My question is, is this being caused by the remedy? Should I discontinue it? Is it in any way a good sign? (detoxification or something of sorts)
 
  homeopathynick on 2010-04-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Trying again...
 
homeopathynick last decade
Skin eruptions that break out for a while after taking a remedy and go away on their own are a part of curative process. Those skin affections which don't follow this pattern should be taken seriously.
 
kadwa last decade
Thank you.

So should I stop the remedy? Ask my homeopath to replace it?

(the skin affections actually seem to be getting worse...)
 
homeopathynick last decade
You should keep your homeopath informed of your skin affections and you should follow his advice.
 
kadwa last decade

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