MS DysphagiaHi there,
my mother is suffering with MS and has many issues: depression, severe imbalance, weakness of arms and legs, slight slurring, chest pains, difficulty breathing at times, etc.
I am trying to keep on top of these things using her prescription medicines as well as colloidal gold, magnesium and some homeopathic remedies as and when.
Recently she has started suffering with dysphagia - difficulty swallowing. Could anyone advise what I can give to her?
melmas on 2016-05-15
The homeopath should be classical homeopath who follows these guidelines:
1. Takes a detailed case history
2. Gives only one remedy at any given time
3. Tells you the name & potency of the remedy, if you want to know
4. Doesn’t give combination remedies or several remedies at a time
If you don’t have access to a good homeopath in person or can’t afford one, try finding one online. There are many good homeopaths available online who charge very reasonable fees.
Since it’s a long term treatment, it will be a waste of time for everyone if you quit midway as it will take at least a few months to see improvement, if any, in your case. Please make up your mind first if you want to go down this path.
Blindly following anyone’s advice on this or any other forum is a recipe for disaster as some novices give reckless prescriptions which may harm your health. Your safety is in your hands, please first click on the username of anyone (including me) to know about the person giving advice on this forum.
Also read this: http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/506104/
fitness 4 years ago
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