What should I do if the first remedy didnt workMy homeopath Prescribed me Natmur muriaticum and i showed no results. Should i go back to my homeopath for another remedy?? Thanks.
WilliamHolst on 2012-01-10
Are your expectations that the first remedy would cure you?
That is not a reasonable one. It may take several consultations for enough information to be gathered to make a useful prescription. Part of that burden is on you to provide that information.
However, it seems that you don't really want to go back to them. Jumping from person to person will not get you necessarily better results. In fact you are much less likely to get cured this way.
Find one practitioner that you trust and build a relationship with them. Otherwise they cannot find your remedy.
It takes committment on your part too. If you are not really into it, you wont get much out of it.
There are over 5000 different remedies. You need to understand that the search for the right remedy, is a laborious one full of difficulties. Expecting a homoeopath to 'get it right' straight away is unreasonable. It might happen, but it is not likely. There are obstacles to cure that need to be identified and removed. The miasm in the case needs to be determined, which can only be done when the right amount of information is gathered. Potency and dosage may also need to be adjusted.
This is not to say I have any idea what skill level your homoeopath has. Maybe they are incompetent - who knows? But giving any practitioner a single chance, is probably going to mean no-one will ever be able to help you.
Just like counselling, good case-taking is like a process, with a better understanding created with each visit.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
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