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ATT: Brisbanehomeopath/David, partner with pterygium

[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:37:19]
  pheazoid on 2011-07-03
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[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:37:29]
pheazoid last decade
Hmmm this isn't alot to go on.

Can you talk more about your issues and problems in your life, the things you have struggled with, the way you have managed problems (or not managed them as the case may be).

Describe more about yourself, your character, the things about yourself that cause problems for you or for the other people in your life?

What fears do you have?

What kind of things upset you?

Where are you at your least rational, logical, sensible?

What do you dream about? Do you have an reoccurring dreams? If so describe them.

What is the feeling of being stuck?

Describe the hayfever.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:37:43]
pheazoid last decade
Much better! That is nicely done - I can use a lot of that information.

Can you just talk a bit more on committment and being a free spirit?

Talk more about control.

Describe what respect is (or should be).

So you are presented with a decision, and what happens? You get angry - then what is the process?

What upsets you about poverty?

No images or memories of the dreams where there is flying, falling, fighting, running?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:37:52]
pheazoid last decade
Oh I meant describe the experience of being a free spirit, not so much why you were that way. In homoeopathy the 'why' is not very important, it is the 'what' or the 'how' that matters.

So what is the relationship with committment and being free?

With the decision making, I was wondering what happens to make you unable to make the decision?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:00]
pheazoid last decade
So just define free spirit, just the term.

What would committing to a relationship mean to someone? What were you avoiding for so long?

So your need to overanalyze is because of a fear of doing something wrong?

Does that stop you making decisions?

What is the worst that can happen from making the wrong decision?

What wakes you at 3-4am? What is happening then to you?

When someone tries to tell you how to do something, why do you not do it?

What has been your reaction or strategy in your life to the loss of that money?

How has it made you feel to be behind others your age who have their own house and business?

What is your personal feeling about poverty (how it affects you not others)?

I am narrowing the choice now :)
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:12]
pheazoid last decade
Ok I want you to get Nux-vomica 200c. Let me know when you have it and we can discuss dosage.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:22]
pheazoid last decade
I'd like to start with 200c we can see how it goes and it is good to have 1M available for later.

Just one dose to begin with, make it the same way you have been making your remedies, as that is my standard starting point.

Nux-vom feels they have lost their position of safety, their position in society, their security (mostly financial). They feel the overwhemling need to make up this loss, by working hard. They fear poverty, are irritable and angry and impatient, find it difficult to take direction from others, resist getting married because they don't want the restriction.

The eyes symptoms seem to be found in Nux-vom as well:

Sensations: Smarting, dry sensation in inner canthi; [5] in early morning. [11] As if eyes would be pressed out, during frontal headache. Eye feels pressed out whenever she combs her hair. Of hot water in eye.
Pains: [7] Burning and smarting, as from salt, with lachrymation; worse outer canthi. [11] Sharp darting, in eye and over it, c vertex; worse morning. Severe, in eyes during night, with conjunctival injection, brought on by overuse, esp. by artificial light. Violent pressure in eyes after using them ever so little. Burning, when looking at a light, darting upward above eyes.
Observed: Photophobia; much worse in morning; [11] on opening eyes in morning can't tolerate light. Orbital twitching c occiput. Optic neuritis. [2] Bloodshot eyes; [11] often following debauchery or sitting up late at night to study. Lachrymation from affected side. Lower eyeballs yellow. Exudation of blood from eyes. Conjunctivitis in spring. [5] Margins of lids as if rubbed sore; [7worse] morning. [7] Inflammation, with swelling, red streaks in whites of eyes, and pressive, tensive pain. Movement of lids difficult on account of stiffness of muscles. [11] Trachoma and follicular conjunctivitis occurring only in summer and worse mornings. Painless injection of whites of eyes. Lachrymation from stopped coryza. Lachrymation while yawning, in morning. Heaviness and frequent closing of eyelids. Twitching and blinking. Itching in eyes better rubbing. Lids itch and burn, esp. their margins, worse morning. Strabismus, periodic in character, esp. Worse mental excitement or when caused by an injury. Eye affections with liver disease. Indolent redness of ball of eye remaining after primary disease has been cured.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:31]
pheazoid last decade
Yes it sounds like an aggravtion so promising start.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:38]
pheazoid last decade
Is bronchitis an old symptom for you?

It is better to use homoeopathy for anything that happens. If this is part of the process created by the remedy, using antibiotics will negate any progress.

This is not to say that in emergencies orthodox medicine cannot be used, but as long as no-one's life is in danger, homoeopathic intervention is preferable.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:46]
pheazoid last decade
Antibiotics don't cure they suppress (a fact orthodox medicine refuses to acknowledge). So there are usually consequences to using them. Suppression tends to drive the energy of the disease back into the body, so new symptoms can appear.

If this was an old symptom reappearing, that would have been a much worse scenario. As a genuine acute, it may not have too big an impact on progress.

Depending on the symptoms we have some good remedies for those sorts of things - Aconite, Rhus-tox amongst others. Even Nux-v itself can be useful in some situations.

I didn't realise you were in Sydney - that is where I was trained. All my lecturers practice down there if you ever get into a situation where you need face-to-face treatment.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:38:53]
pheazoid last decade
I studied at the Sydney College of Homoeopathic Medicine - they were in Glebe when I started with them. I am not sure where they are situated now. It's a good college, has good solid classical prescribers teaching there.

If you have started the antibiotics you will need to finish them.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
I will let her know to look out for it.

Thanks, will do! I'll be in touch when I finish them.
pheazoid last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:39:02]
pheazoid last decade
Well first step would be to take the Nux-v again. Second step would be to take the symptoms of the cough and prescribe an acute.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
[Edited by pheazoid on 2022-05-12 11:39:11]
pheazoid last decade
Actually take two doses, one in the morning or evening, then one in that evening or in the next morning (depending on when the first dose is taken). Stop if that first dose creates any worsening.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade

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