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I am working with a 44 year old man who has Hep C. This is my first experience treating hep C. I am treating constitutionally and wonder what I need to consider that is unique to Hep C in this process? I would love to hear of others' experiences, remedies used, any information at all! Thanks.
Thanks Debby...the cases for discussion may be the route. I am talking with a doctor as well and he is more than anything just confirming what I am already doing...always helps!
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Hello Anna - so glad you are learning your way around. Thanks for emailing me directly.
I would probably say don't focus on the name of the disease if you are looking for genuine cure. I have treated a number of patients with a chronic Hep C diagnosis. This diagnosis had no relevance to the prescription I made. Sometimes the remedies had a known influence on the liver, sometimes they did not. In the end it was the general state and the peculiars that mattered, and any common symptoms related to the disease I filtered out of the analysis (so I suppose this would be the real use of the diagnosis, to eliminate the common Hepatitis symptoms).
Thanks for the thots and experience...helps me to feel I am on the right track.
i am also treating a patient of HEPATITIS C SINCE AN YEAR. HE IS A RETIRED GOVT. SERVANT AGED 62 HIS SGPT WAS QUITE HIGH. AS THE LIVER IS AFFECTED IN HEPATITIS OF ANY CATEGORY IGAVE HIM CHIONTHUS Q ACCORDING TO SYMPTOMS FROM BOERICK FOR 15 DAYS. HE FELT A LITTLE BETTER. CONTINUED THE SAME FOR A MONTH LATER HE COMPLAINED OF PAIN IN KNEES SO GAVE HIM RHUSTOX . HIS SYMPTOMS KEPT CHANGING AFTER THAT SO ON AND OF PRESCRIBED CARDUS M AND EVEN CHELDONIUM AND ACID PHOS WHEN HE FELT WEAKNESS. HIS SGPT IS DOWN TO 4 NOW BUT HE VISITS ME ONCE A MONTH. THE OTHER LEARNED AND EXPERIENCED DRS. CAN GUIDE ME FURTHER TO COMPLETE THE CASE . THANKS