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Scleroderma, Rheumatoid Arthritis and drug induced probs

I've had scleroderma (and fibrosing alveolitis) for 15 years. Developed Rheumatoid 5 years ago. Reluctantly on steroids for 5 years and in combination with other drugs has caused osteoporosis and menopause. Not a happy girl!
Totally debilitated with Rheumatoid. Feeling quite desperate with situation. Is it safe to self treat homeopathically with causticam 6c (poss in combination with others)?
  R L on 2003-05-21
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Hi I think I have scleroderma too. What is your story? That is, if you don't mind sharing it.
ioannou7 2 decades ago
It is perfectly safe, however it is best not to use different homeopathic remedies in combination together. One at a time works best.

After taking your Causticum, take careful note of your symptoms; particularly how they change - which can be very subtle.
maria 2 decades ago
Any progress on you Scleroderma?
Lexxi last decade
It is really a fainfull disease,patient has to be carefully treated through its symptoms. In homeopathy scleroderma there is only one remegy which is Croton Tiglium.
drminhas last decade

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