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Can homeopathy medicines cure hepatitis ?

Hi, i am suffering withhepatitis positive since 6 months,accidentally detected,i am healthy otherwise,can homeopathy help me ?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
welcome to HCM
hepetitis is acute systemic infection causing causingmajor pathology in liver majority of case of hepetitis recovers completely
homoeopathy treats the disease according to individual symptome modality complain and mode of transmission
cisit to homoeopath to explain your symptom
you can take
chellidonium 30
lycopodium 30
Answered: Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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Hepatitis is an acute systematic infection causing major pathology in liver.Majority of cases of Hepatitis B recovers completely.
Homoeopathy treats the disese according to individual symptoms,modalities,complaints and mode of transmission.
visit a homoeopath and explain all your symptoms.
You can take-
Chelidonium 3o
Lycopodium 30
6 pills 3 times daily of both.
these will ensure quick releif.
Answered: Fri, 12 Aug 2011
Homeopath Dr. Swati Ramkumar's  Response
Hepatitis B is a viral infection which affects the liver cells leading to either acute or chronic symptoms. In case of chronic case, it seldom requires treatment. But Homeopathy can help you out with the symptoms and prevent the recurrence of the acute state by improving your immunity.
You may visit an experienced homeopath.
In the meanwhile-
1) In case of any bleeding or injury, take care that the blood does not come in contact with anyone. dress the wound properly and dispose of separately the blood soaked cotton or cloth.Or the clothes contaminated by blood can be disinfected by bleach.
2) Inform your dentist, pathologist or any other doctor about your condition.
3) Do not share personal care items like razor, toothbrush, nail cutter with anyone
4) Avoid donating blood, semen etc.,
5) Do not consume alcohol as it further damages the liver.
6) Use proper protection during intercourse.
7) Go for regular blood tests(liver function tests) to know your status (atleast once in 6 months)

Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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