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You have been too good and very sincere in follow up. Thank you. The first complaint for which you opened the thread is addressed. Others who have a different perspective (say constitutional Homeopathy) can treat you now.
[Edited by Reva V on 2018-10-06 22:08:05]
 
Reva V 9 months ago
Thank you for your help throughout this year. I have learnt a lot and I still apply it daily in my routine. May God bless you always. Take care Dr Reva.
 
syria 9 months ago
Which homeopath do you advise me? So that I make a thread with his name.
 
syria 9 months ago
Please read through the postings from doctors and use your intuition to select one that you resonate best with.

If you still need help in selecting a good one, Tui makes very convincing prescriptions. His profile says, he is a professional Homeopath since 2003. If you decide you go with Tui, he has a good input form and it will help if you start the thread with answers to his input form.
 
Reva V 9 months ago
Hello Dr Reva.

Tui is not replying, I think he's away.

For three days, I've been having discomfort in the same spots again, right knee and left bunion.

The bunion discomfort is very mild and stable but today I feel the pain in right knee is increasing and i'm scared.

Should i wait for Tui's recommendation or take something?

Right now, I'm taking psorinum 200c weekly and Cuprum aceticum 30c evrry three day.
 
syria 6 months ago

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