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Vaginal wetness

To increase wetness I researched and found out to take Lycopodium but need to know what dosage and how to take it. In how long will i see results?

thanks
 
  Natasha7 on 2011-01-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
That is not how homeopathy works. Please present your whole case, and a homeopathic recommendation can be made.

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Homeopathy International 1 9 years ago
This is not how homoeopathy works, and using a medicine this way will almost certainly fail to help your problem.

The only way that a homoeopathic medicine cures a complaint is via the Law of Similars (what it can cause it can cure). However the process of selecting a medicine out of the 5000+ we have is not as simple as naming a problem and taking the medicine for that problem (unlike orthodox medicine).

Again unlike orthodox medicine, we do not give medicines to create a specific effect to counteract another (ie. to make wetness), but instead attempt to work out what is malfunctioning in the systems controlling the wetness and correct that (so in effect allowing your body to correct the problem itself). This is more effective in the long run since once your control systems are working again, you dont need continuing treatment.

Using one of our medicines inappropriately can result in side effects.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago

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