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need help with constitutional remedy -sulfur


I've been studying Homeopathic medicine on my own on the internet and in books. I'm almost positive that my constitutional remedy is Sulfur. I plan on seeing an actual homeopathic doctor but just for fun I was wondering if anyone had any advice on here. Thanks for the help!

Here's my info

I'm 30 years old, female

tall and thin, I eat a lot unless i forget but I never gain weight. I have a fast metabolism.

I've always been smart but over the last 10 years I've felt like my concentration and memory have been getting gradually worse.

I have an almost painful amount of ambition and i'm pretty self critical.

On the other hand I have a million ideas and projects and I find it difficult to complete them. This is usually not as extreme if other people are involved.

I usually involve myself in too many projects at once and don't have time to finish anything. Not only do I not have time I get bored and start thinking about something else.

I'm a terrible procrastinator.

I'm very messy, don't bathe as often as I should, my hair is a mess, smell bad :) (typical sulfur traits I've read)

I recently had a cyst that I had to have drained in the ER (bartholin, left side). I took silica for the cyst which didn't work (or maybe I didn't wait long enough)

However since I've taken the silica I've had a terrible sore throat for about a week and a half.

I've also had terrible allergies to my boyfriends cats for about the last month. I've had allergies before fr many years but they seemed to have gone away temporarily. Interestingly the allergies started after I started taking b vitamins, I think because B3 raises histamine. Then I took a lot of vit c to lower the histamine and the cyst formed.

Other symptoms I've had recently is fever (started with the sore throat), and irritability (mostly with my boyfriend only).

Fatigue and tiredness all my life. sometimes lightheadedness when standing abruptly from low blood pressure.

History of eczema and acne. Now just bad complexion.

History of ear infections.

My mother had mercury fillings.

There are more symptoms like dislike of standing etc (most that I found in the sulfur category)

Anyway I am almost positive I'm sulfur but the one symptom that doesn't match is that I'm freezing cold all the time instead of hot. I was thinking this might mean I needed hep sulf but I'm not sure. Do I need them both?

Anyone have any advice for me??? Any discussion would be appreciated. Also what dose would I take if it was my constitutional?

Thanks a lot!!
  veralynn on 2012-09-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I read your all the problems and I will advise to your pls take one dose of tuberculinum 200c and wait for a month to get the other symptoms.....

wait till get the symptom....

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Dear Dr Sharma,

I looked up tuberculinum and it does resonate with me a lot! Especially the dissatisfaction and boredom with normal life. And a lot of other things.

However, the tuberculinum personality that I read about seems to be looking for fun and entertainment while I feel I am motivated by something a little deeper and less transient.

Maybe you could explain the difference between tuberculinum and sulfur?
veralynn last decade
You may be thinking that you have to match every part of
a remedy. You don't- You just have to have a match with
enough symptoms and know which ones carry more
weight than others.
simone717 last decade

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