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A friend in Ukraine' 20 years old' has toxoplasmosis. She did a healing with achinicea and after the blood tests were fine, it got worse again- the blood tests were worse than at the beginning/
What can you recommend?
Also about calcium for pregnant women is there a homeopathic form to take?
Thank you!
  faigi on 2004-07-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I assume she took herbal form of Echinacea, not homeopathic. Toxoplasmosis is caused by protozoa and Echinacea increases body immunity against viral diseases-no wonder it didn't help.
Homeopathy doesn't have remedies for diseases-it heals the person. That person's symptoms (with detailed description) are the only clues homeopaths need to select the right remedy.

Also hom. remedies can be safely taken during pregnancy. There are several remedies which have bone development in their pictures-to pick the right one homeopath needs SYMPTOMS.
Astra2012 last decade
Actually in pregnancy you may take tissue salts.HYLAND makes them 12 in-1 tablet, I think.
Astra2012 last decade
with consideration of pregnancy--still take totality of characteristic symptoms--and especially so if there is an existing complaint----no way treat ,allopathically, any condition, particularly skin ailments, during pregnancy (or any timre for that matter)----see much ill results expressed by ''child to be''.
John Stanton last decade

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