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Keratosis pilaris/acne

I am a 21 year old female. I went to see a homeopath about my acne five months ago. I was given natrum miraticum. and while I think it has helped some, I think the skin condition i suffer from now is actually keratosis pilaris. I do not have any major pimples on my face (a few on my neck) but my skin is covered in little bumpbs, i refer to it as sand paper. At the time of the visit my other symptoms were irregular periods (maybe 4 a year), muscle twitches (eyes, toes, lip, leg), trouble waking up in the morning, always cold, and a very anxious personality. Socially very reserved and worried about others opinions of myself. However I have made major life changes since that visit and so I am no longer the anxious person I once was. Thanks to yoga and perserverance I am a much more social and worry free person ( I still have my moments) but I have a much better attitude. I was wondering if this change may change the remedy that I should be using because my skin is not getting better anymore and most of my other symptoms still persist. any help would be really appreciated!
  karhoffman on 2011-05-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It is the right time to visit your homeopath again.
kadwa last decade

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