swollen lymph nodeMy friend has been prescribed two homeopathic remedies at the same time to boos her immune system. Thuja 30c and Chelidonium 30c. She is now taking this longterm to boost her system. I thought that it was not good practice to take more than one remedy at a time? Also, why take it long term? I thought that you should only take a remedy until the symptoms improve or change? She has a swollen lymph gland and the doc thinks that it is because she had a viral infection a while back.
concorde on 2006-10-12
what is the doc prescribing for - the lymph swelling or something else?
erika last decade
Your friend should stop seeing that homeopath, and should stop taking these medicines immediately.
You are right in your analysis. Do her a favour and take her to a reputed homeopath who prescribes one medicine at a time.
bandarbabu2000 last decade
The doc hasn't given her any medication for the lymph node. She is going into hospital to have it checked out in 3 weeks time and she is going to continue to take Thuja and Chelidoniam until her appointment. It was a herbalist friend who told her to take the two homeopathic remedies at once.
It all started when she was bitten by an insect on the lower leg, had an allergic reaction, breasts were swollen and red, rash on body then the lymph node became swollen. The doc thinks that the lymph node has nothing to do with the bite and thinks that it is just a coincidence as he says it is viral.
concorde last decade
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