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malabsorption cause?

I've gone to a homeopathic doctor which has found that I have tapeworms, my liver, gallbladder, pancreas, colon, & small intestine are not functioning properly. What kind of diet should I follow? I currently can't absorb fats or fructose. .. I think. I have foul smelling, yellow, bulky stools... and I'm very very skinny. Help plz?
 
  an0chick2 on 2015-01-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Didn't this homoeopath give you instructions on what to do (medicines, diet etc)?

How did they find all this out - did they do medical tests?
 
Evocationer 7 years ago
He did give me medicine. I feel very very tired and sleepy on it... is it normal?
 
an0chick2 7 years ago
It is normal to get some aggravation of your symptoms, and I have often seen sleepiness (long sleeps, more sleep than normal) occur as part of a natural healing process.

It is hard to say without seeing improvement if this is beneficial as yet though. You can only wait and see.
 
Evocationer 7 years ago
Also I wasn't having any gallbladder pain prior to taking the medicine but since then I'm having gallbladder pain... I guess maybe it is the medicine that is helping me heal. (Hopefully). I started taking the homeopathic medicine 2 days ago.. and today is the first day that I'm feelin really tired... I guess it is related.
 
an0chick2 7 years ago
Btw have you cured people witH gallbladder, liver, pancreas problems? Is it possible?
 
an0chick2 7 years ago
I have cured lots of serious illnesses over the years, even things that orthodox doctors had declared incurable. Homoeopathy has a reputation for this - so I am sure that if you are under the care of a good homoeopath, you can expect great things.
 
Evocationer 7 years ago

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