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What is suppressed today

will return to heal tomorrow.

What should I expect from my first appointment?

Your first appointment is an opportunity for you to discuss in detail all of your symptoms, and I will assess and evaluate your case fully.  The time can vary depending on the person, condition and history but it should not take more than one and a half hours.


What happens after my appointment?

Following your appointment, I will spend time working on your case and finding the most appropriate remedy. This is then posted out. This can take up to a week (depending if I have the remedy in stock). All remedies will include instructions of how and when to take them.


How long does homeopathy take before it works?

This depends on several factors, including how long you have had the issue, and whether you have taken drugs to suppress the symptoms. I generally expect to see positive changes in your sleep, mood and energy within the first month of treatment, and a steady improvement with regular sessions.


Will I get better results face to face?

Not at all. Please look at my testimonials. The majority of these clients I saw online and they are more than happy with their results!


How many follow-up appointments will I need?

The number of homeopathy follow-up consultations you require depends very much on your symptoms and state of health.


Will homeopathic medicine interfere with my medicine from my GP?

No. Homeopathic remedies can work safely alongside the medication prescribed by your GP.


Will I have to stop the medication my GP prescribed?

No. It is very important that you continue to take all medications as prescribed by your GP. At some point throughout your homeopathic treatment, as you feel well again, I may suggest you talk to your GP to ask whether he/she would be happy to reduce your medication. This is dependent on what your doctor considers safe, and whether you feel comfortable with this.


How can I find out more about homeopathic research?

The Homeopathy Research Institute is a UK charity providing high-quality research at an international level.

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