Epilepsy and memory problemI am suffering from epilepsy and I am taking allopathy since last 20 years. I tried Homeopathy and Ayurvedic, but it only worsened the situation.
Initially I was taking Tegretol and it has drastically affected my memory. I just cannot remember conversations, names, faces, places It has badly affected both personal and professional life.
I tried all possible medicines for improving memory but nothing helped. A doctor suggested me Kali Sulp and Kali Phos, we tried low potency but it did not help. But high potency (50m) has helped me but its effect does not more than 3-4 hrs.
So every 4 hrs, I need to take Kali Sulph 50m and Kali Phos 50m this has turned out to be my final option.
Pls suggest if this is very high dosage? What are its side effects? Any other Alternatives available?
Thanks in advance for all the guidance
rajeshagupta007 on 2015-04-19
James Tyler Kent once said
It is well for you to realize that you are dealing with razors when dealing with high potencies.
I would rather be in a room with a dozen people slashing with razors, than in the hands of an
ignorant prescriber of high potencies. They are a means of tremendous harm, as well as a means of tremendous good.
[message edited by rishimba on Sun, 19 Apr 2015 16:10:28 BST]
♡ rishimba 5 years ago
Pls let me know any reliable doctor in Bangalore, India.
I met 2 doctors -- but they were unable to help me.
Thanks in advance.
rajeshagupta007 5 years ago
Why are you taking allopathic medicine? Is it helping in epilepsy?
What do you think would happen if you stopped taking the medicine or reduced it gradually?
For homeopathy to work on you, your true symptoms are required.
The reason why homeopaths don't take such cases is because dependence on drugs is a major hurdle to overcome with homeopathic treatment, especially if it being taken for years.
♡ rishimba 5 years ago
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