vaginal drynessI am 59 and suffer from vaginal dryness and lack of libido. I eat healthily and exercise regularly. Any ideas?
SJF1503 on 2010-07-18
Maybe you can take a look at the following questions and answers as best you can?
1. The exact description of the physical ailments, past and present.
* How it began? Was the onset sudden or gradual?
* What is the exact sensation? For e.g., if there is pain, is it burning, shooting,throbbing, pulling etc.
* What makes it better or worse : Is there any time of day that the complaint increases in intensity, or then abates ?
* What upsetting incidences happened at the time that the problem manifested ?
* What does your problem make you feel ?
2. General Symptoms:
* What do you like in food and drink ?
* How much is your thirst ?
* How much do you sweat and where ?
* How is your sleep ? What position do you sleep in ?
* About your pattern of urination and bowel habits.
* Your menstrual functions.
* About which side of your body tends to be affected more.
* What complaints you are prone to : allergies, obesity etc.
3. How is this condition or illness affecting you?
* The feelings created by the ailment are an integral part of the whole and therefore important to arrive at the proper remedy that will bring a cure.
* Incidences that have affected you deeply or that have had an impact on you. These are very important to the Homeopath, especially what the person felt and how he reacted in the incident. The homeopathic remedy becomes clearer from such instances.
♡ Parakletos last decade
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