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Severe Depression

I had posted here before. My main physical symptoms are hormonal imbalance (hirsutism), digestive issues, red sometimes flushed hot cheeks. Earlier in 2016 I experienced a severe depression that led me to look for help. A homeopath friend suggested Lac HUmanum which did work amazingly well for me (1 dose of C200). But it didn't last. I tried a 1M but no further effects. The C200 helped a little every time I took it (maybe 5 times over a total of 7-8 months) but has exhausted its effects now.
Recently I had started a new treatment (because the Lac Humanum "only" helped with my depression but didn't change any of my physical symptoms) so I took Thuja. 1,5 weeks later I am back to debilitating depression, just as bad as before the Lac Humanum.
So I guess that means the Lac Humanum was only partially a good remedy for me?
Can this new aggravation be from Thuja? Would that be a good sign?
I don't know if I should stop all remedies for a while or if I should look for a better fitting remedy?
Somebody here said that if a C200 helps good in the beginning but then weans off and a 1M doesnt do anything, then a miasm might be in the background?
 
  wannabehealthy on 2017-01-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I reposted this into my old thread http://abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/477135
 
wannabehealthy 3 years ago

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