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Case Report: Urinary Retention 1

Case Report: Urinary Retention

” …the patient is told that his bladder is too weak to empty on its own (atony), and this is leading to urinary retention … so he has three difficult options to choose from.” 

Treating PMS Naturally 2

Treating PMS Naturally

PMS, or premenstrual syndrome, is a common hormonal imbalance affecting women. Fortunately, homeopathy, among other approaches, helps.

Homeopathy for Nail Fungus 3

Homeopathy for Nail Fungus

When fungus affects the nail it’s called onychomycosis. When it’s between the toes or on the feet it’s known as athlete’s foot or tinea. Homeopathy helps both.

Why Homeopathy for Hysteria? 4

Why Homeopathy for Hysteria?

The symptoms of hysteria, a psychological disorder that produces physical symptoms such as a lump in the throat, flushed face, racing pulse respond to homeopathy.

Sore Breasts? 5

Sore Breasts?

Mastitis can be either inflammatory or infectious. Compare the conventional and homeopathic approach for both. Helpful remedies and relevant research are listed.

Why Homeopathy for Tonsillitis? 6

Why Homeopathy for Tonsillitis?

Are you suffering from this painful condition and not sure how to best treat it? Compare the conventional and homeopathic options and view relevant research when deciding on an approach.

Remedies for Gallstones 7

Remedies for Gallstones

Which homeopathic remedies match the gallstone-related symptoms of stitching, stabbing or sharp pains, low back pain, or pain that moves across the abdomen?

Homeopathic Help for Nausea 8

Homeopathic Help for Nausea

Five remedies make a big difference for nausea caused by spoiled foods, overindulgence, viral infections, emotional upsets, or during the morning sickness of pregnancy.

Homeopathy and Lupus 9

Homeopathy and Lupus

“The advantage of using homeopathy is that it does not put stress on the detoxifying organs and will not interfere with the patient’s medications.”