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Yes. It is completely safe to keep taking the medications that are currently recommended to you. During the duration of therapy, it is safe to take any vitamins or drugs that you are dependant on. Non-essential medications, however, may be progressively reduced or stopped when recovery occurs. For information on the advantages of homoeopathy, please go here.

No. Homoeopathic medications may absolutely heal by having a therapeutic impact, despite the disbelief of many sceptics. Please refer to Ails & Rx, where the bulk of instances are reversed pathological or structural alterations rather than functional derangements. The only explanation for the outcomes and the length of time they have been sustained is this curative impact.

In situations when there is a risk to life or the patient’s health, homoeopathy is often not advised. While it is possible to take these medications simultaneously with traditional medications, you should avoid doing so at the expense of quitting necessary life-saving medications. Before making any changes to your treatment plan, you should always speak with your primary care physician.

Yes. A majority of the ailments and prescriptions listed in the Ailments & Rx section are structural alterations that are readily restored to normalcy. However, in our experience, severe pathogenic alterations can only be mitigated and symptom alleviation provided.

After receiving full therapy, illnesses typically do not return. However, some challenging or persistent instances, such as allergies, colds, IBS, etc., or, to put it another way, disorders directly connected to the environment, habits, cleanliness, and mental well-being, might recur sometimes, albeit they typically do so with less frequency and ferocity.

Depending on the severity of the sickness, the majority of instances that can be cured can be healed between 3 to 12 months. A certain period is nearly hard to anticipate because each person’s response and the rate at which their disease has advanced are highly variable.

Homeopathically speaking, not really. Patients may report an initial rise in the severity of their symptoms, which is really necessary for a full recovery. But this initial spike in intensity often subsides within a few hours to a few days and is then followed by recuperation.