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warts and dulcamara

I have ongoing issues with Warts-mainly flat warts. I went to a homeopath two years ago with no results and tried thuja through guidance on here with no resultS. The flat warts cover my body-my torso/chest/neck/hands/legs/thighs.

I also have two 'normal' warts-about four mm big onew on both my index fingers.

Nothing I do makes the flat warts go. ACV and garlic and duct tape can make the bigger ones go on my fingers but they always come back on another finger.

I had a friend who is a homeopath suggest dulcamara. I got 15ch (I'm in spain) and yesterday took four pellets under my Tongue in the morning and the evening .

My question is is this the correct doseage? Should I have it higher or lower and how long for? these flat warts have been an issue for at least 12 years-I read for chronic ypu may need a higher dose and for a longer period.

Would love some advice. Please.

Thank you
[message edited by anxious88 on Tue, 12 May 2015 09:32:19 BST]
  anxious88 on 2015-05-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
anxious88 5 years ago
I have photos but the won't aDd for some reason. Sorry for this.
anxious88 5 years ago

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