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To a certain extent, the homeopathic conversation between practitioner and patient relies upon the verbal skills of the patient. 

Do you find it difficult in the case of patient who is familiar with homeopathy to a certain extent, and may use language in a sophisticated way to correlate his own knowledge of homeopathic medicines to his own ailment, thus providing us a biased information?

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Yes. Same with psychological terminology. I much prefer the descriptions of patients who are unfamiliar with technical terms of any sort. It is easier to understand when the patient is not artificial.
That is true. It becomes very difficult to treat such a patients. It take a lot of time to understand the correct interpretations. Sometimes, he says- I am having constipation ameliorated by oranges. I have this current example. The patient neither knows the definition of constipation nor the action of oranges, but he compiled the rubric. Actually he was having a sense of never get done and oranges were causing him flatulance and urging to stool.
They even use the same symptom given in their favourite materia medica!
This becomes more difficult if the patient is himself a homoeopathy physician.

Patients Who Know About Homeopathy some time provide informations of  mistakes taken by himself honestly ,which some times very much helpfull .

In my openion it is good if  you are treating a pt. who know about Homoeopathy. At least he/she will provide a clear picture of subjective symptoms also....then your skill  is more important....

If the patient is over-intellectualized then he will try to lead you to a remedy.


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