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Dear Dr's,

I have been reading posts in this site for quite some time. I see some Dr. prescribing medicines for max of three or four days and changing the drug based on the feedback. I thought that is the way it is done in homeopath. But, here in my town (it is a capital city), we have very popular homeo dr's who ask the patient to take their medicine for years together. It is just for billing purpose or it is done in homeopathy. If it is done, what potencies do they prescribe? 30 or 200C?
Please reply.

Regards,
 
  Ashok_M on 2011-11-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You are right true homoeopathy is the treatment on totality of symptoms and if the symptoms are changed the medicine will also change.

dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman 8 years ago
Yes. It is a lazy doctor who prescribes the same medicine for a patient for years on end. While some patients may take years to cure, the majority will change in response to the medicine, and the case must be retaken and at some point a new medicine will appear, or the patient will be cured and need nothing more.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago

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