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need advice - genital warts

recently I am a student of homeopathy and I need some advice.
My brother has genital warts for about three months. Two weeks ago he told me and I gave him Thuja 200 C. One week after the first dose he had no response and I gave him another dose Thuja 200C. Now, five days later, he told me that there were new warts and those that existed have become larger. Now I do not know what to do? To repeat the dose or not to repeat? Do I need to change to another drug or Thuja work? Please give me advice!
  lussi on 2014-07-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Thuja is a deep acting remedy and should not be repeated too frequently.

Now just wait, the warts will become smaller and dust off in maybe 1-2 months.

If there is no change in a month, report back.
fitness 9 years ago
Thank you! I'll write about the results! I'm still at the beginning of training in homeopathy and I have many things that I need to clear. I'm not sure how to find out if the medicine is working or not. When it must be replaced. When to stop and when to repeat. Accept any advice! Thank you!
lussi 9 years ago

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