Homeopathy remedy increasing acneHi,I am struggling with acne from 8 years back mainly on Forehead,cheeks,neck,shoulders and back.I also took Isotretinoin. I discontinued it after getting some side effects like burning sensation in Urinary tract even though no uti,Cervical spondylosis(mainly painful arms in x ray i am having bone spurs). after discontuning Isotretinoin no acne on back and arms.But still acne came back in Face and neck But Can be controlled by regular skin care.However I took homeopathy treatment near reputed doctor for cervical spondylosis.I responded very well for both cervical spondylosis as well as burning sensation in ut. But the medicines which are responding for above symptoms however increasing pimples very badly.if i stop those medicines acne will be reduced.i spent so many months with that doctor for getting right medicine for acne(i remembered hepar sulph being one).now i stopped it.can anyone tell me why i am getting more acne when those remedies are working for spondylosis.
messifan on 2018-12-08
Are working at a deeper level for all problems.
When you get a good overall match it stimulates your vital forceto clear out imbalances and clear out everything that was
Suppressed by western meds and even homeopathic meds.
For example, people that have warts many times
Are just taking a specific remedy for warts- and
Often this does not work well- the warts come back.
They need a complete case taken instead of one symptom.
Acne often has to do with liver function- you could
Work with your diet to help your liver detox
But in meantime do not try to suppress the acne- it is releasing.
♥ simone717 9 months ago
As far as I'm concerned, I'm doing very well. My liver levels normalized 4 months ago and I'm very happy. I gained weight and I'm healthy now. :-)
Coming back to the topic, I heard Thuja is a remedy that most of the time works for warts. Is it true?
syria 9 months ago
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