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I am looking for a specific symptom in kent repertory. can anyone tell me where can i find it in kent repertory.
' the person gives too much advice to others like what other should do what not to do etc.
  gopal18 on 2012-06-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You won't be able to go the repertory and find that kind of symptom. You need to either:

1. divide it up into components and look for each one seperately (loquacity, anxiety for others)

2. try to understand the meaning behind the symptom, which may be more obvious when you examine the whole case ie. dictatorial, haughty, anxiety for others etc

There is no point in taking an expression out of context like that and trying to make it into a symptom. What does it mean? Why do they do it? How does it fit in with the rest of the case?

Homoeopathic case-taking needs to be done intelligently, taking care to allow the big picture to form, rather than focussing on the details. Nobody forms a successful prescription by trying to repertorize everything. It is necessary to stand back and look at the whole case and see where each expression fits in. If she is bossy, this will be evident elswhere, and the symptom doesn't need to be translated into a rubric.
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Tue, 19 Jun 2012 01:00:06 BST]
brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago
Varun that is not the symptom he gave. Someone who gives too much advice? How is this intoxicated, stumbling, not realising what they are saying, half finishing sentences, blundering, muttering? None of that was mentioned by him - why are you using that as proof that Lachesis could cover the symtpom?
brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago

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