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Chronic Throat Infection + Guttate Psoriasis


I am having psoriasis for last 8 years and having homeo treatment for last 5 years and yet there is no relief for me.

Previously when I used to take homeo treatment year twice I get P affected.
It starts and peaks in 1 month and takes 2 months to reduce and 2 months relief (90% relief only) and then again starts.
This cycle continued all the time.

Recently since last 8 months, I am having chronic throat infection and my throat is always inflamed.
My homeo doc says don't go to allopathy for throat as they give antibiotics which will agrevate the psoriasis.
And this psoriasis never leaving even after 3 months of homeo treatment since its inception this time.

I am in an assumption. Throat Infection is triggering Psoriasis and my homeo is treating psoriasis but not throat infection and stopping me to pursue allopathy to cure throat infection.

I am suffering throat infection since last 8 months.

Please guide me.
  randomguy on 2015-04-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Do you want to give your case here for treatment or just cross-check if you treatment is on the right track?

Do you know what remedy has been prescribed to you by your homeopath?
rishimba 7 years ago

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