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Fighting Chlamydia with a homeopathic remedyi have been diagnosed with Chlamydia through a blood test here in Japan. i've had it before, and i took antibiotics to fight it (3 yrs ago). Now i have it again, but this time i'd rather not take antibiotics again, so that's why i'm here.
i have no symptoms from what i can tell. Nothing irregular, i.e,. no discharges or complications before, during, or after sex. i've read for years that guys are asymptomatic. Chlamydia seems to be the silent STD.
i've read the following post in this forum (which is a response to someone who wanted medical advice to treat the symptoms of Chlamydia):
Re: spermatorrhoea or chlamydia From deoshlok on 2006-09-20, who wrote in this forum: 'please try the Acid Phos 30C three times in a day and report me after a week., dr.deoshlok sharma'
Not sure that's for me, but maybe it is. i can't find much on the net about homeopathic treatments for Chlamydia, but i'm quite sure i have it as the blood test shows i do.
Facts about me: No symptoms, i have regular sleep patterns, no irregular sensitivities, no fears or moods or anxieties, no diseases suffered in the past, no reactions to medicine taken in the past, regularly take vitamins and mineral supplements, and no history of homeopathic treatment. This is my first time.
Any pointers for me?
noppojp on 2006-10-31
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