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Is it safe to treat someone with cystic fibrosis who has had a transplant and is on immunosupressants? They are taking prednisone and tachrolimus. Do they need to stop these or is there a safe way to transition them off these. What would be the recommended medication? I ran a biochemist test that said they suffered from streptococcus agalactiae and needed kali bichrom. I am grateful for everyone's help in this situation.
  JRNFreedom on 2018-10-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Homeopathic remedies are generally safe and can treat many conditions, however, you also need to know the limitation of treating such condition as cystic fibrosis.

And you should never ever tell them to stop the medications because they want to start treatment with homeopathy. If they want to stop the medications, they need to work with their doctors or whoever has prescribed the drugs.
Tui 3 years ago
Thank you! Yes I’m aware of this, but I am wondering the best treatment with lowest aggravation.
JRNFreedom 3 years ago
I can't recommend any remedy without knowing about the person but if you want to give Kali Brich, use LM potency or lower potency in split dose.
Tui 3 years ago
Ok thank you. What are your thoughts on the remedy with their drugs? Do you foresee the doctor removing them if improvement is shown? Is my understanding correct that organ rejection is due to bacteria? Would you recommend a sarcode?
JRNFreedom 3 years ago
I have no idea what a doctor would do even if he/she sees improvement.

And as I said before, I can't and won't recommend any remedies without knowing the full case with their permission.

It is probably the best to find a good homeopath somewhere close to them.
Tui 3 years ago

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