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Is it possible with Homeopathy treatment?


A couple of years back I had some problem (some kind of infection) in the back of my brain because of which I had undergone for a biopsy and a few months of antibiotic. Eventually all infection was gone and as per the last MRI, problem has been resolved completely. Though infection have been removed but still I have few symptoms like confusion, unbalancing, headache, fatigue, depression, slowness of movement, difficulty in initiating movement, difficulty in falling asleep, muscular weakness, ddizziness etc.

I read and listen somewhere that once someone has gone under any kind of brain disease or treatment, he or she has to live rest of the his or her life with these symptoms. Is it correct? Is there any treatment or medicine which can get rid of these all symptoms?

Thanks in advance.
  heyitsmeok on 2011-04-26
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The indicated remedy may help you a lot even if there is no complete cure.
kadwa 7 years ago

Thanks for response!
What do you mean by 'indicated remedy'?
Can you please explain?
heyitsmeok 7 years ago

Indicated remedy is one that addresses the totality of symptoms.
The totality of symptoms is arrived at after doing patient evaluation by asking for detailed information.
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925/ contains a Questionnaire for patient evaluation.
kadwa 7 years ago

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