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Anybody cured of eczema using homeopathy

Hi,
My daughter 14 yrs old is suffering from eczema, from when she was 5 yrs old. When it started it was mainly on her skin folds and now it is all over her body, lot of itching, black, thickened, wrinkled skin, lot of shedding of skin.

It is weeping , sticky eczema.
Is there anybody who got better by
Using homeopathy or any other means? Please share your experiences.

I see lot of people with eczema coming to this forum for treatment, writing lots of posts and suddenly disappear. After reading all their post,
I kept wondering what happened. May be they got healed and stop writing posts, or they got tired of using homeopathy.

I recently started using Dr.Reckeweg R23, and want to know if anybody got better with this.

Please, please share your experiences.

Thank you so much.
Surya
 
  Surya on 2016-03-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Eczema is curable in homeopathy. However treatment is individualistic. It means every patient may need a different remedy. There is no specific medicine in homeopathy.
You will need to provide the full symptom picture.
 
telescope 4 years ago

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