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what to tell a homeopath

guys i am new to homeopathic concepts so wanted to have some guidance from experianced homeopaths..
i am facing allergies and indigestion from quit a long time . no mater what i try but donot get fruitful results so now want to use homeopathy...
i have done some research and got information about homeo doc in my city...
now i donot know how to tell them my problem ...that is both allergies and indigestion or any one of them...

i want to know if you were treating me then you would try to cure all problem together or one by one
  kanavsingh on 2014-03-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You will want to tell them all of it. They usually coincide.
They will also need to know what you look like and what foods you crave. Tell them about your emotional state when you think about your current issue and how you react to it.
They will let you know what else they need to know. Don't worry, they'll be understanding. I love that your trying homeopathy! Best of luck!
Rmaier 7 years ago
This is an example of a homoeopathic questionnaire.

Evocationer 7 years ago

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