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Confused Rubric

I have been in homeopathic field for many many years. Dr. Azhar Cheema told me to join this forum as well. I am happy to see another running forum. As many forums will be available to homeopaths, ultimately the homeopathy will flourish.

My question to all homeopaths is:

What is the difference between these two rubrics.

Vomiting - Milk
Vomiting - Milk, after

I thank you for taking pain in resolving this issue.

(Jhelum Pakistan)
  Dr. MAS on 2004-09-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
using an example to clarify---refer to kent's rep under stomach:vomiting : milk
you will notice aeth(3 grade)--now go to materia medica (vermulen's concordant)under aethusa cynapium (aeth)--go to food and drinks-- and it is written "..can't bear milk in any form;milk is forcibly ejected...."

that explains vomiting:milk which is same as vomiting due to milk ingested---which is same as vomiting after milk...
John Stanton last decade
Thank You john for your quick reply. You said "that explains vomiting:milk which is same as vomiting due to milk ingested"

Sorry john I am not convinced with this reply. If you say vomiting milk is same as vomiting milk ingested then where this rubric "Vomiting: Milk, after" is applicable.

Looking forward to hear more
Dr. MAS last decade
no need i sway your thinking--do this for yourself---compare each remedy in rubrics you ask about with various materia medicas--
John Stanton last decade
Don't be annoy! I am still confused with both rubrics.
Dr. MAS last decade
not annoyed at all--just encourage you to learn--showing you a process that apply to other situations---compare materia medica with reperetory information..

what reps you use?
what Materia medicas you use?
what books readily use to serve in homoeopathy?
John Stanton last decade
Don't be annoyed!
Dr. MAS last decade
ok i understand --a joke --good one..i trusted you were true--but i see..well have a nice time..
John Stanton last decade
I like many repertories but I don't use them at all due to confused symptoms. (Just trying to calm you down)

Please teach me this is my understanding on these rubrics.

Vomiting: Milk

what ever the patient eats but he always vomit only milk. He toleterates other items of eating food but vomits only milk.

vomiting: milk, after

What ever patients eats but he tolerates everything but as and when he drinks milk he vomits.

Now you can see the difference, in both cases there is slight difference only difference is what does he vomit? (The key difference)

In "Vomiting: milk, after" he can vomit milk plus other (food)items but "vomiting milk" means he only vomits milk but not other items.

May be I am much confused then you!
Dr. MAS last decade
If you (or me) :) still confuesed then this is my habit to put homeopaths in confused state. Here I go again. ;)

"Vomiting Milk". the patient is only vomiting milk but he is eating many food items. Other food items are not present.

"Vomiting: Milk, after" means when he vomits it contains other food particles but he vomits only when he drinks milk.

Hah Hahhhh Hamm (I am laughing) on my stupidity.
Dr. MAS last decade

You was not confused but created confusions. Why you talikg to yourself by questioning & awnsering yourself. Were you taking a test? It can happen as you was previously & specifically prepared for it.
Logical last decade
Nothing wrong in questioning and then answering.

That way you would have tried to solve the puzzle,and after sometime, if you were told the answer,you will remember it well.

Assume you were told the difference of these two rubrics in the beginning itself,you might have had a cursory glance at it.

But now you can't forget it.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
It is true. Good/real people carry on this way & with this intentions. But people may not realize it accordingly. Thanks.
Logical last decade

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