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Why homeopathic physician restricts patient to take allopathic medication along the course of treatment.

Why homeopathic physician restricts patient to take allopathic medication along the course of treatment.

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I HOLD A PRIVATE GYNAECOLOGICAL OFFICE IN GREECE.A PATIENT OF MINE IS UNDER HOMEOPATHY TREATMENT FOR PERSISTENT HEADACHES.I HAVE DIAGNOSED A CHLAMYDIAL AND UREOPLASMA INFECTION OF HER GENITALIAPROVEN BY CULTURES. SINCE THESE CONDITIONS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE(40%),SUBFERTILITY(20%) AND INCREASED RISK OF ECTOPIC PREGNANCY I WONDER WHY HER HOMEOPATHIST DOES NOT ALLOW HER TO TAKE THE APPROPRIATE TREATMENT AND IF YOU AGREE ON THAT.THANK YOU FOR YOUR ANSWER.


Hello Foteva,

To answer your question, I will need to elaborate upon the difference in homeopathic and allopathic approach from a homeopath’s viewpoint. When a patient comes to an allopathic physician with some complaints, the doctor

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