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I have posted before (including the questionnaire)-- I was advised to take Sepia for the tinnitus-- it did reduce it about 40%--

Any suggestions on what do do next ? Thank you!!
  professor_marie on 2013-01-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You don't understand what a good reaction you are having
to the Sepia. Homeopathy in many cases does take some time-
and you have a great reaction to this remedy.

Stay on your previous thread. You were advised to wait
and see if it keeps improving. Waiting is a big deal and
important to do this. Wait another few weeks and see
if it is still improving- some homeopaths give a person
one dose and make them wait 2 months or more.

If you start asking others what you should do- and get
different suggestions, etc then you can easily antidote
the sepia and lose all you have gained.


Like Kadwa said, if you feel that after a few weeks you went
backward or nothing is moving on- take another dose.
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