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homeopathy and lupus

i was diagnosed with SLE 6 years back and after taking steroids, plaquinil and methotraxate off and on, i finally switched to homeopathy 8 mnths back. my symptoms were mainly joint pains. During these 8 mnths, i was mostly symptom free and managed well.Recently, the frequency of pain has increased and in order to get quick relief i take painkillers like diclofenac or nimulid if i need to get back to work urgently. I want to know if it is safe to take allopathic painkillers(i do it only rarely) while i am on homeopathy? also i want to know if evening primrose oil and omega 3 fatty acid supplements are really helpful in combating joint pains and whether it is safe to take them along with homeopathy?

thanx

sara
 
  sara85 on 2006-07-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Yes OK to take EPO and Omega with homeopathy.

Pain killers do not help homeopathy but are not antagonistic as long as only taken rarely.

Look at Bryonia
Ars Alb
Conium
Lycopodium
Thuja.
 
walkin last decade
thanks for answering my queries... i guess i will then go ahead with omega 3 and epo.
 
sara85 last decade

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