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Its been about two weeks. I have continued as instructed and still have the following symptoms:
uncontrollable movements like blinking a lot and hand gestures
Should I modify anything?
jimbates 2 months ago
FEEDBACK AFTER A WEEK.
♥ anuj srivastava 2 months ago
I am suffering from 5 years of schizophrenia and are in homeopathic treatment already for 4 years,
I made a lot of progress, but i suggest you do search a physician whos working in the traditionla calssic homeopathic way, this is very important.
I found a good practioneer near home who helped me a lot, but I can tell you, it is very important to see him personaly and go forward a remedy once a time, and not how the suggest a mix of remedys.
I can harm you instead of help you in this way. One remedy a time, and cause the strong dynamic of the illness and the allopathic medicine you take it is very important to find out the right effective way to take the homeopathic remedy together with the practitioner who supervise you.
It can be possible to cure schizophrenia, but do it in the right way. Otherwise you will abonde homeopathy and lose a good chance!!
Greetings and good luck
lucawi 2 months ago
Sorry for the late reply, I was in the hospital for about a month. I've been taking what was instructed for more than a week.
I still have
wringing hand movements
eyes rolling back
Though its a lot less, it still preoccupies me.I basically spend most of the day walking.
Is there anything I should change?
jimbates 2 weeks ago
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2019-07-03 07:55:48]
♥ anuj srivastava 2 weeks ago
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