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Anal Fistula after Radiation

Hi,

I'm new here - I had radiation a few years ago and received 37 targeted treatments, but no surgery.

I now have at least 1 fistula.....lots of fun. If I can get rid of this with homeopathy, I would be very grateful. On my internet searches, I have found several homeopathic medicines that are said to help, but I'm not sure where to start or how much to take and when.

I have severe pain and constant brown drainage during the day, which is clear/pink at night.

Here is what I found online:

Myristica Sebifera – Top Remedy for Fistula
Paeonia Officinalis – For Constantly Oozing Fluid
Hepar Sulph – For Intense Pain
Hydrastis Canadensis – For Anal Fistula with Constipation
Silicea Terra – For Copious Pus Discharge

So, I'm hoping for some guidance. I bought all of these medicines, and am not sure where to start!

Thank you
 
  CatB1 on 2019-05-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi catB,

There is no way you can self prescribe on this.
It requires a lot of knowledge as to what to try,
The potency, amount of doses, when to stop doses
Because if too high a strength or too many doses?

You will have symptoms worsen and you won’t
Know what is going on. There are no drs on here
And your case can take some time and monitoring.

I suggest if USA, google Lia Bello, head of USA
Nurse homeopaths. You can email her your
Details- she works by phone.

Another excellent homeopath who works by phone
Is Mary Aspinwall in Santa Barbara.

Both these homeopaths have decades of experience
And also teach homeopathy.
 
simone717 6 months ago

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