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General Questions, to help me figure out if my homeopath is actually helping


My kids started with their first homeopath when they were very young 4 years old and 6 weeks).
I took my girl because she had a chronic nose issue in the spring and also around the beginning of winter. The homeo was amazing with my first child so I took my second after he was showing eczema at a very early age. She was amazing with I'm as well. She then moved to another country and was unable to continue their care.

I don't know whether my new homeo is helping :( the kids are only 8 and 3. We have been seeing this homeo for about 13 months and are still attending at the office every 6 weeks. Is this common? It was my understanding (and experience!) that the length of time between appointments would wind up increasing, not staying the same.
  newmamaj on 2017-04-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
No this is not common,unless the children have Chronic issues that require frequent monitoring.
simone717 4 years ago
Thank you for your reply.
No, their chronic issues were not resurfacing. New ones were. Ones that they've never had before. :(
newmamaj 4 years ago
It is hard to comment without details .
Sounds like the children maybe
Proving the remedies if dosing is frequent.

And often,if the homeopath is a naturopath or other type practitioner who does homeopathy,they do not know homeopathy well,and they prescribe things as if they were vitamin daily supplements -

What are the remedies,potencies,
And amount of doses being prescribed?
simone717 4 years ago

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