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Homeopathic medicines after heart transplant

My boyfriend had a heart transplant in Feb. 2011.
1. Is Hyland's Seasonal Allergy Relief safe to give him?
2. He has developed an 80% blockage in one artery, which was stented. What remedy could help prevent more blockages/rejection?
3. If he develops CAV (cardiac allograft vasculopathy), what remedy could help prevent its progression? thanks for any help.
  Lorilfox on 2012-05-18
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If he is not on immuno-supressant drugs now, his remedy should be arrived at on the basis of his totality of symptoms which is usually done. OTC homeopathic combination drugs don't do much.
kadwa 8 years ago
He is on immunosuppressant drugs.
Lorilfox 8 years ago
It is quite difficult for homeopathic drugs to work when the patient is on immunosuppressant drugs.
kadwa 8 years ago
If there is no symptoms then no remedy (obviously can be prescribed if there are changes in mental state). I am kinda person who believes that the organ which is transplanted is a foreign body its very harder for our body(i would say it vital force) to accept it, so immune-suppressants are forcing it to accept it. Whenever we suppress something in/on over body it will pop out from other more vital spot. If there were symptoms they homeopathy can deal it, even on immune-suppressants frequent doses of a selected remedy can be started, i will like LM potency in such kind of situation.

Note: All above mentioned things are just my opinion, you should always follow your Doctor's advices strictly.
Paki1 8 years ago

where are you? If you want to follow
some of Paki's advice and see if a
homeopath near you can help, or one
online that has experience with this
type thing, I will be happy to do some
research for you if you wish. It is
too complicated to monitor this on the

Simone 717
simone717 8 years ago

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