How is FOLLICULINUM effective for weight gain in menopauseI would like to have some tips for FOLLICULINUM , in order to avoid weightgain in menopause ...
bhavnas90 on 2011-11-27
Any remedy that is taken without doing this, runs a risk of producing side effects. Those side effects may become permanent in some people, until cured by more appropriate treatment.
It is also almost impossible to choose your own medicine. Each one of our 5000+ remedies has a profile that needs to be carefully matched to you, and the differences between them can be very fine.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
'She feels she is controlled by another. She is out of sorts with her rhythms. She is living out someone else's expectations. She loses her will. She over-estimates her energy reserves. She is full of self-denial. She becomes a rescuer, addicted to rescuing people. She becomes drained. She has become a doormat. She has forgotten who she is. She has no individuality.' [Assilem]
'There is a very strong link here with Carcinosinum, and it is not surprising that Folliculinum works well when Carc. is indicated but does not act.' [Assilem]
M Patients [under extreme pressure] not responding to homoeopathy.
c Pressure of a personality or group on an individual; a dominant or possessive parent, friend or marriage partner; and certainly where there is intolerant religious dominance.
c Pressure of circumstance or work, such as that suffered by people who have worked to exhaustion point over a period of time, and seem to be incapable of recuperation, or even responding to the indicated homoeopathic medicine.
c Pressure in adults of continued ill health or slow recovery after recurrent or severe infection. This covers, especially in my experience, young men after glandular fever or presenting with what is becoming identified as 'post viral syndrome'. In these cases I always start by using Carcinosinum, but add Folliculinum if the Carcinosinum does not achieve a lasting response. The same applies to patients not responding after cortisone treatment.
[Dorothy Cooper, British Homoeopathic Journal, April 1990]
M Excitability # depression.
Worse Before menses.
G Clinical situations:
History of abuse whether, sexual, physical or psychological.
Post-natal problems. Difficulty bonding with the baby and children unable to separate from their mother.
Mammary affections. [a leading indication, according to the French gynaecologist Léa de Mattos]
G CANDIDA ALBICANS:
Cravings especially for sugar and wheat.
Rumblings, bloating, weight gain and itching.
G SYMPTOMS from OVULATION to MENSES:
All symptoms better menses except specific menstrual symptoms.
Worse Heat; noise; touch; resting.
Better Fresh air.
Drawing, burning, griping pains.
Lumbar pains worse ovulation. [Julian]
Recurrent cystitis which returns at this time.
G PREMENSTRUAL SYMPTOMS:
Breasts swollen and painful worse touch [Lac-c.].
Nausea and vomiting.
Diarrhoea # constipation [Puls.].
Diarrhoea ten days before menses.
Very low or high libido.
Weepy and depressed.
Panic attacks, with
Huge mood swings from aggression to
Unable to tolerate noise, touch or heat.
'Abdominal meteorism, < 3 or 4 days before menses.' [Julian]
G MENSTRUAL PROBLEMS:
Painful periods centred in ovaries.
Prolonged and heavy bleeding with
Bright red blood and dark clots.
All sorts of cycle problems, either too short, too long, or none at all.
'Folliculinum is a really brilliant remedy around menopause. It pretty well covers the whole range of physical and mental symptoms we might find at this time.' [Assilem]
Hyperactive worse rest [hot and bothered].
Dizziness and faintness.
Slow movement and spacey thinking.
Hypersensitive to noise, heat and touch.
Foubister advised against the use of Foll. whenever a skin complaint was present.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
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