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Homeopathic Remedies For Pcos
Is homeopathy a good choice for treating pcos i hav had many medications for it but there's no good response should I try homeopathic medicine s?
Scam: Homeopathy is never a good idea for treatment. Clinical trials of homeopathic remedies have shown them to be no better than placebo, and sometimes even actively harmful. In the end, they are mainly a money sink with very, very questionable chance of any benefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I take Primolut N paralell to my homeopathic medicine Agnus Castus? I have PCOS so will the two medicines interact with each other?
It is uncertain, but: Truly homeopathic "medications" are made by repeated dilutions, so that the ingredient is not really in the medication anymore (just the "essence" of it remains). That means there is no active ingredient left to cause any benefit. That also implies the homeopathic "medicine" should be pretty harmless, unless some non-homeopathic ingredients were added. If purely homeopathic, it might not interact. ...Read more
I'm on homeopathy treatment (melifica, p.O.L 1000, oophorin) as per my doc for having pcos. Will it work? And how does it work? Or any other advice?
Maybe, unknown, yes: Homeopathy is proven to be effective for many conditions and can definitely help pcos, but is very individualized so it will work if those are appropriate remedies for you and won't if they're not! if those don't work there are other remedies that probably will. Though homeopathy has been used since the late 1700's no one know exactly how it works! diet, exercise and herbs also help- see comment:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have pcos (usg) and am on homeopathy treatment. And now getting regular periods every month. Will these regular cycles help to get rid of my pcos?
PCOS: One of the symptoms in pcos is irregular menstrual cycles, and this may relate to hormonal irregularities. Successful treatment with a skilled homeopath may help your body normalize these issues -- & it sounds like your cycles are more regular now. If the androgen excess, polycystic ovaries, and menstrual abnormalities are no longer present, you will no longer meet criteria for diagnosing pcos. ...Read more
Treatment yes but: Cure unlikely to impossilbe. Like trying to knock down a wall by blowing on it. ...Read more
What's the solution/treatment to PCOS? And does PCOS mean I can't have children? How to find out the severity of PCOS?
What is the most effective treatment for obese women with PCOS in order to reduce weight and start ovulating regularly? What kind of diet is best?
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I have PCOS, i take birth control pills for treatment. Is it okay if i took a sunday pill but stopped and will take a monday one of a week later? If i dont take pills i do not get my period even when im not pregnant.
PCOS: HOrmonal swings and imbalances in the body can be safe or dangerous depending on your other risk factors. Are you a smoker/ How much do you weigh? Which BCP were you given? What was the initial reason for taking the BCP? Consult with us to determine if it is safe to skip a week. ...Read more
Yes: There are many homeopathic remedies that can help rosacea. The problem is that only one of them is likely to really help you, and the trick is finding which one of the dozens of possible choices will be best for you. This generally requires the assistance of a good homeopath.No directory lists all good homeopaths but a good resource is http://nationalcenterforhomeopathy.Org/resources/practitioners. ...Read more
Yes -- there R many: Sinusitis varies widely. The correct remedy for a given case depends on precise casetaking and reviewing symptoms -- it's not just "this remedy for sinusitis." if you have frequent infections, it's a chronic case and you need a skilled homeopath to help you. That said, a few remedies that are often called for in sinusitis are kali bichomicum, mercurius, and belladonna. ...Read more
Yes!: Homeopathy can be very helpful for epstein barr virus. However, homeopathy is very individualized, so 10 different people with epstein barr virus might require 10 different remedies. Treatment is based on how it manifests in each individual. One person might need gelsenium, one phospshoric acid, another mercurius etc.I would advise consulting with a professional homeopath. Please see my comment:. ...Read more
Yes, BUT: You would need an experienced classical homeopath to take your case, to find a suitable remedy for your whole being in this situation. Hypothyroidism is a serious and chronic condition that can lead to many metabolic, neurologic, emotional, and other changes. You may still need a low dose of natural thyroid hormone, and need to have your labs followed. Thyroid function can normalize, though! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Combined treatment: You need ongoing follow-up with a conventional ophthalmologist for this one. But you're also asking about constitutional treatment with homeopathy for a chronic condition. There are some remedies known for helping with retinal detachment -- such as gelsemium. For best selection in your own case, i suggest working with an experienced classical homeopath to investigate and treat your whole state. ...Read more
Individualized: More information is needed to answer your question. This includes specifics about the symptom (e.g. Brown, black, yellow, red, spotted, etc.) and general health issues as well. For instance, if the discoloration has come about since using birth control pills you might benefit from sepia, along with discontinuing the medication. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Do homeopathic remedies for 'prevention' of retinal detachments work in future by making retina stronger?
Not exactly: In this situation, you also need ongoing follow-up with a conventional ophthalmologist -- homeopathic treatment can be in conjunction. The mechanism for homeopathic medicines is poorly understood at this point. But the idea is addressing disturbance patterns in your healing system which ultimately lead to physical symptoms -- such as recurrent retinal detachments.Your whole system is strengthened. ...Read more
Yes: There are many homeopathic remedies that can help rosacea. The problem is that only one of them is likely to really help you, and the trick is finding which one of the dozens of possible choices will be best for you. This generally requires the assistance of a good homeopath.No directory lists all good homeopaths but a good resource is http://nationalcenterforhomeopathy.Org/resources/practitioners. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: For styes that are relatively painless & on upper eyelid, pulsatilla may be helpful. These may also have a yellow or greenish discharge. Warm compresses may help too! for styes that are very painful and hypersensitive to touch or cold, hepar sulphuris may work. Then for styes with swelling of the lid & burning and/or stinging pains aggravated by heat and relieved by cold -- apis may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have rosacia and I have tried perscription medications with no sucess, any homeopathic remedies that helps?
There could be: Rosacea shows up only on the face, but is related to more chronic, internal issues that homeopathic treatment can address. Please be aware that in the healing process, the inflammation could get worse. Many conventional treatments are suppressive in nature, so your body could rebound from this. There are at least 70 possibly helpful homeopathic remedies, so you need a skilled homeopath here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Almost: Beyond cpap, oral appliances, weight loss and surgery, there are some treatments that for some may reduce sleep apnea but will not eliminate it. 1) sleeping on side 2) exercising daily 3)wearing leg compression stockings 4) oral and throat activity such as speech therapy, singing or playing a wind instrument. There are no vitamins or supplements known to treat osa. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers