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There is not a single case which can't be successfully cured or ameliorated by prescribing correct remedy. Selection of the right remedy depends upon the attitude and courage of the prescriber to find the remedy. Remember if you can't find it, someone else can. It's never that homeopathy was at fault, but the prescriber, whether treating vomiting during pregnancy, myocardial infarction in a patient of Motor Neurone Disease [MND], or any case whatsoever. Be bold to accept and be bold to challenge your self.

HOW I CAN'T DO IT?
Great prescribers always break their limitations and increase their ABILITY TO FIND CORRECT REMEDIES FOR ANY SITUATIONS.

I hope we may challenge the beginner inside of all of us and not doubt, but think beyond the doubts, to establish the facts.


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Comment by Dr Ravindra Saraswat on November 16, 2010 at 9:30pm
Dear friend Dr. Piyush.
As a homoeopath you know that in nature each & every individual is diffrent.So every homoeopath can not be courageous or bold to accept the challenge. If a homoeopath has a Lyco. or Anacardium constitution, will you treat him first? Just for thinking----- Yes you are right we should positive in his attitude to face the problem. Thanks-------
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on November 21, 2010 at 11:30pm
The main reason for our lack of confidence while prescribing is the confusion arising while selecting the remedy. The numer of choice of remedies is more before us. Hence, the chance of failure is also more! Every time we "try" one remedy after the other. Also there are many cases failed even after giving a sure remedy, on the other hand, there are wonderful results from blind prescriptions!
Comment by Dr. Wequar Ali Khan on November 22, 2010 at 3:11am
Dr Rafeeque,having said what you have stated,the question arises as to what medicine would be be the "most" suitable;

Even the best of prescription of medicine by many a stalwart has failed,how do we account for that? Bad case taking,incorrect choice of potency ,change of medicine? This is a contentious issue and it has no "mathematical" solution.

One fact that we should consider is the patient and his "Vital force" or call it his immune system.In my opinion even the best of effort may end up in failure if VF is not responding.

I would like to state here that having selected a medicine after doing an honest case taking and then repertorizing it and then selecting a remedy which is supported by the Materia Medica,we can only wait for providence to lead to cure.If the factor of providence was not there then no one would remain ill;Humans must admit that we have our limitations.
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on November 22, 2010 at 6:44am
Words of Dr S R Phatak is very relevant: homeopathy is an art, but a difficult art.
Comment by Dr Ravindra Saraswat on November 22, 2010 at 1:03pm
Dr. Rafeeque. Learning good case-taking skills is far more important than learning the remedies. If we have mastered the art of case-taking and being an unprejudiced observer we will then be able to “see” the case and know what is asking to be healed. Only then could we ever find the most correct remedy.
It is unfortunate that this aspect of the “art” in homeopathy is not being emphasized early in a student homeopath’s education. This will be the foundation of becoming a homeopath and can never be evaluated by written tests. There are not enough teachers training students to be homeopaths and too many teachers are teaching only about homeopathy. There is only one way to learn to become a homeopath and it is by doing it. We need more schools based on case-taking and a mentor-ship program that gives the student the support and opportunity to learn while being in the role of homeopath. It is through this type of program that the student can really gain confidence and go out into the world and help a lot of people
Comment by Suhas Kotbagi on November 22, 2010 at 9:41pm
Confidence by definition is "State of being certain" and has many different connotations based on its use. In homeopathic term "Confidence" can be applied as "being sure that the given treatment protocol" is right for the patient.

As a homeopath how can we deduce such an inference based on the myriad application of homeopathic art?

The day homeopathy cease to be an "individuality" based medical therapy and can be talked about in general terms with repeatable results (arnica as blood thinner, chelidonium for cholestrol etc), a homeopath may gain enough confidence to practice the science, and as long as that is not going to happen-one has to develop his/her confidence by means of experience over a period of life time.

The lack of confidence in homeopaths stems from the fact that there is no consensus among any of us, whether this is good or bad for homeopathy, only time will tell.

SK
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on November 23, 2010 at 6:39am
We should first know 'what is curable in disease.... '
Comment by Dr Piyush Kumar on December 10, 2010 at 12:23pm

Vomiting during pregnancy. If this is the presenting complaint, how are we going to choose remedy for this complaint?

Dr Burnett had written that Medorrhinum is one of the best remedy.

A first year student will say Ipecac, as remedy for nausea.

Some will say Symphori as best remedy.

Cerium oxalicum as very valuable remedy for Hyperemesis gravidarum.

Then there is still another kind of approach. Where a prescriber keeps his eye on mentals and physical generals and then choose a remedy.

No one is at fault but beginners and students do get confused by so many options and approaches.

Correct prescribing very much depends only on how better and well we know the medicine and their medicinal effect.

Sometime when the patient has taken leave from your clinic, you will feel that Rhamnus c was better choice than Rhus tox, though Rhamnus is small remedy. Isnt it?

Comment by DR.GAURI ROHIT MIRASHI on December 16, 2010 at 4:19am

Dr. Piyush.  That's right, our failure to solve our case can harm THE PATHY, the line of treatment. So, we all should work out so well that our remedy is the one the patient is looking out for; the one which brings cure for him.  Friends put in your efforts to make HOMOEOPATHY successful.

Comment by Debby Bruck on December 17, 2010 at 1:07pm

Dear Dr Piyush. Your information on selecting the remedy for vomiting and nausea during pregnancy is confusing. How do we learn the proper remedy selection when you have left the field open to choose any of seven or more remedies? Where is the method? Each person may need something different.

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