arsenicum album 30c and doxycyclinehi all , im currently suffering from chronic prostate infection with epididymitis with my urologist thinks may be caused by uretheral stricture since ive had these come and go for about 6months , im also a candida sufferer and have some bad die off symptoms i.e cramping diarrhea weakness tiredness unalbe to digest food - my allergist gave me arsenicum wich is working but my infections are really painfull and i would like to no if and should i start taking doxycycline again in conjunction with the arsenicum i do not want the diarrhea again but i have to do something about these other infections too , id be greatful for a response as im suffering abit . thanks
3gben on 2012-05-24
There is no harm in taking allopathic and homeopathic remedies during the same period.
There is a possibility that other homeopathic remedy may give you overall relief in which case there won't be any need to take antibiotic.
If your homeopath is not able to work out the remedy that takes care of all your symptoms, you may take doxycycline. There is also a possibility that you have diarrhea due to antibiotic.
♥ kadwa 6 years agothank you for such a quick response , i will take them both and see how i get on , ive had stool cultures sent off from my gp which came back negative for things like gastroenteritis and c difficle , my allergist tells me its a common die off from the yeast overgrowth i have - i am seeing my allergist in 2 days time to check my progress and talk about other remdeys . thanks a bunch .
3gben 6 years agoAre you taking probiotics?
Something that has at least 8 strains
in it? take it at least twice a day
to repopulate the gut bacteria--
That will help a lot in your digestion-
and drs. tell me to do at least 2 weeks
of probiotics after a course of antibiotics
is done. ( I think it is good to do it
everyday- at least one dose)
♥ simone717 6 years ago
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