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Joe De Livera - pl help this case of yeast infection

I made the following post a couple of days back but have been greeted with a deafening silence:

'I have been taking Thuja 30 (Thuja in water progressively increasing potency by 5 succussions each day.) for Yeast infection for the past five days. I decided on Thuja since I have caries at the base of my teeth and a few small warts on the left side of my neck and face. While there was reduction in symptoms from the first dayonwards, improvement seems to have stopped. I would request and welcome suggestions on what I should do. Change potency, remedy etc. Meanwhile I strained my shoulder while exercising and would be thankful to know if I may take Rhus Tox or Arnica without interfering with the action of Thuja. I am male,60. Thank you.'

I believe that you could show me the way forward. Pl help.
[message edited by mareech on Fri, 15 Feb 2013 18:09:56 GMT]
 
  mareech on 2013-02-15
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