Sir my homeopathy dr says duchenne muscular dystrophy is curable with homeopathy should l trust him?

No. I have several colleagues, including some friends here, who use homeopathy. While I'll admit I don't understand it and suspect that it is largely the magic of the practitioner, I think you'll discover that (1) the relationship with the practitioner may make Junior feel better but won't cure him; (2) another ethical homeopath will admit the illness is not curable.
Quackery & delusions. If that "doctor" really could do that, he'd win the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Homeopathy is not medicine. Practitioners have no real medical knowledge. Would you want your MD to practice 214-year-old medicine on you? Because that’s when homeopathy was invented. Join the 21st century. Read “Homeopathy: The Ultimate Fake” at http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/homeo.html.
Muscular dystrophy. Absolutely not cureable with homeopathic treatment. Is an x-linked genetic condition. The average life expectancy for a male affected is 20 years. The fact that you are 29 yo is very unusual for dmd and makes me wonder about you diagnosis.
Your decision. This becomes a decision by you and how they are going to treat it. Have you had failure from allopathic treatment that you are looking at homeopathic treatment.

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Can u name some homeopathic remedu which is helpful in duchenne muscular dystrophy?

No, there are none. There are no homeopathic products that have been proven to help with duchenne muscular dystrophy, or with other types of muscular dystrophy. Read more...
Individualized Rx. Homeopathy is unlikely to cure muscular dystrophy but can significantly reduce symptoms and slow progression of the disease. While remedies like causticum, plumbum, lachesis ; calc phos can help, to be successful, treatment must be individualized- 10 diff. People with md may need 10 diff. Remedies. Consult an experienced homeopath. Fortunately, some of the best homeopaths in the world are in india. Read more...

Where does duchenne muscular dystrophy usually appear?

Proximal muscles. Like most muscle diseases the proximal muscles are affected first duchenne is a sex linked congenital muscle disorder affecting boys and usually is symptomatic by the age of two. Read more...
Before age 3 years. Boys with Duchennes MD experience weakness in their lower extremities, especially the hip and erector muscles of the thighs, with frequent falling. The appear to have hypertrophy of the calf muscles. Read more...

Where can I find good info on duchenne muscular dystrophy?

MDA and NIH. Muscular dystrophy association www.mda.com. And national institutes of health website. http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/md/md.htm. Read more...

Is there one best test to diagnose duchenne muscular dystrophy?

Serum CK. Serum ck is elevated in duchenne muscular dystrophy. This is a simple/common blood test. The polymerase chain reaction (pcr) test for the dystrophin gene confirms the diagnosis. If the PCR is inconclusive a muscle biopsy may follow. Read more...

How can I slow down the effects of duchenne muscular dystrophy?

Stay active. Stay as active as possible but do not overdo activity or overstress your muscles. Physical therapy is often helpful. Exercise in water is often helpful. Be sure to maintain normal body weight and get sufficient sleep. See a neurologist to discuss possible other treatments. Read more...

Where does duchenne muscular dystrophy strike most in the body?

Mutations in the . dystrophin gene, Xp21.2-p21.1, causes weakness in large, then small, skeletal muscles. Weakness of heart muscle, smooth muscle of GI tract & urinary tracts, Speech Sound Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Specific Learning Disability & behavior problems occur in some boys. Carrier girls may have cardiomyopathy. Specific mutations determine manifestations in boys & carrier girls. See mda.org. Read more...

Can you advise on where does duchenne muscular dystrophy strike most?

See below. Usually first become apparent with balance issues such as walking. A thorough history and physical by a medical physician before coming to a diagnosis on your own is recommended ! good luck thank you. Read more...

Both of my sons are sick with duchenne muscular dystrophy. Is there a cure?

Not yet. Physical therapy and low dose steroids is all we have at the moment except some experimental studies. Read more...
Unfortunately no. Unfortunately there is no cure at this time. A great deal of research is taking place regarding treatment. Read more...