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Relieving radiodermatitis with homoeopathy

Radiodermatitis is a skin disease that manifests itself by the presence of more or less important lesions. It is caused by ionizing radiation carried on the body, particularly in the case of certain cancer treatments. Acute radiodermatitis occurs as an immediate effect of exposure to radiation and appears within days of exposure. Chronic radiodermatitis can occur long after exposure, sometimes even years later. Thus, according to medical studies, more than 80% of children undergoing radiation for an angioma suffer from skin dystrophy by the time they reach adulthood. Read more …

Treating pyelonephritis with homoeopathy

Women aged between 15 and 65 are the most affected by pyelonephritis, although this disease is also observed among men. Pyelonephritis can result from swelling of the bladder, a retraction of the urethra or lithiasis. Read more …

Treating purpura with homoeopathy

Purpura is characterized by the infiltration of blood under the skin that leads to the formation of purple or violet petechiae, which is reminiscent of a skin infection or any kind of dermatitis. Yet this condition, which is usually idiopathic, is caused by a dysfunction affecting the capillaries or the level of red blood cells. Purpura thus results in subcutaneous haemorrhages of which the lesion’ severity and extent vary from one type of purpura to another. Read more …

Alleviating athletic pubalgia with homoeopathy

Athletic pubalgia, also called the sportman’s hernia, Gilmore’s groin or groin disruption, is a syndrome characterized by chronic groin pain and a dilated superficial ring of the inguinal canal. Athletic pubalgia is usually caused by an imbalance of effort,  made ??in part by stiff muscles and in part by weaker muscles. Athletes such as tennis players and football players are most affected by athletic pubalgia. Read more …

Alleviating ptosis with homoeopathy

Ptosis is the drooping or falling of the upper or lower eyelid. This disorder occurs when the muscles that raise the eyelid are not strong enough to do so properly. Ptosis can be congenital, that is to say, contracted from birth. It may may also appear later on for a serious of causes including accidents or old age. Moreover, ptosis can affect visual function if the drooping eyelid starts to to hide the pupil. Read more …

Treating psoriasis with homoeopathy

Psoriasis is a skin disease that affects approximately 4% of the Western population. It usually occurs in individuals that are in their thirties and particularly affects those of Caucasian origin. Psoriasis may have several origins: physical, psychological or biological. Moreover, subjects that contract psoriasis may be prone to cardiovascular problems or type 2 diabetes later on. Read more …

Using homoeopathy to relieve pruritus

Pruritus is an intense sensation of itching that affects the skin or semi-mucous membranes. Generally it is accompanied by a skin rash, although it sometimes occurs without any particular sign. Read more …

Fighting off prediabetes with homoeopathy

Prediabetes is the state in which some but not all of the diagnostic criteria for diabetes are met. It is also referred to as borderline diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), and impaired fasting glucose (IFG).  In the concerned subjects, the blood glucose level exceeds the standard levels yet is not sufficient to trigger the pathology. Moreover, this category of patients is highly susceptible to cardiovascular diseases. Read more …

Alleviating precordial chest pain with homoeopathy

The term precordial chest pain refers to all types of pain occurring on the left antero-lateral chest wall, in front of the heart, without the latter being implicated. Unlike the pain caused by angina, precordial chest pain is not relieved by taking nitroglycerine. Read more …

Relieving teething pain with homoeopathy

Appearing as early as the fourth month in some cases, the baby’s first teeth are often the cause of many disorders, some more annoying than others. Thus, irritability, repeated crying bouts, loss of appetite, sleep disturbances and diarrhoea of varying intensity are generally among the most common symptoms of teething. Always very unpleasant for babies, this stage of their development rarely takes place without any manifestation of the aforementioned disorders. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.