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Malabsorption Syndrome

If you had malabsorption syndrome, and have been successfully treated for it through homeopathy or other, please share your experiences about the treatment. Please also indicate the name and address of your doctor who treated this syndrome. Thanks for your help.
[message edited by lotus5 on Sat, 05 Jul 2014 07:36:56 BST]
 
  lotus5 on 2014-07-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
This syndrome is not one disease, it is a very general description of a problem that comes from different diseases and in very different situations.

When I look at the classic symptoms of this syndrome (which may include many others based on the underlying physiological cause) I have cured many patients who have presented with them.

•fats: light-colored, foul-smelling stools that are soft and bulky. Such stools are difficult to flush and may float or stick to the sides of the toilet bowl.
•proteins: fluid retention (edema), dry hair, or hair loss
•sugars: bloating, flatulence, or explosive diarrhea
•vitamins: anemia, malnutrition, low blood pressure, weight loss, and wasting

Regardless of the name given to such a condition, homoeopathy can (and has in my experience) easily clear these symptoms up.

If there is a more serious pathology underneath however, the real question would be how curable or treatable is that? That could require a more experienced practitioner. However any homoeopath, if skilled, trained and experienced, can treat a condition they have never seen before. That is one of the strengths of homoeopathy.
 
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