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Neuropathy, gastritis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic, hypothyroidism

I'm suffering from some things.
It started a few years ago with neuropathy, including tingling and burning in hands and legs, seborrheic, atopic dermatitis, hypothyroidism, gastritis and helicobacter pylori, and after i got covid i got also asthma.
I tried over the years a lot of natural health methods as acupuncture, and naturopathy, didn't help.
Then I tried homeopathy, and every remedy i take i got worse symptoms specially in tingling and burning hands and legs. Even after one dose.
15 years ago i got treated in homeopathy (for my first problem of hypothyroidism) and it helped a lot. Now something changed and i get worse symptoms every time.
I still want to try homeopathy, i feel it's the only thing that can help me with my problems..
Is there any way or any remedy that doesn't do these?
Thank you and sorry that the message is long.
Have a good day ☺️
  dni on 2021-04-19
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