thank you Dr for your answer.I am highly obliged, DR i want to ask that my bones will get back to their original condition.
2 will my femour head will become as strong as it was before.
3 for how long that i have to take the medicines
with regards

Dear Yagyesh,

Since you are young, your body will be able to restore tissues faster, so perhaps you can heal faster than an older person with this condition. It all depends on what else has to heal as well, how much your body has been compromised. You see, if your body has to fix many things all at the same time, it will not have the same amount of strength as if this were the only problem. Your body will first attend to major problems to esure survival and only later will it take care of secondary problems. With that in mind, healing from just ONE SYMPTOM is not as simple.

The question is - what else has to also improve before bone can be regenerated?

Also, the healing of bones comes with pain and inflammation because during the restoration of tissue there is some swelling and stretching of the skin covering the bones. This is a nerve rich are and its stretching during healing can cause pain. Most people reach out for painkillers and shut down the process extending the suffering much longer.

In the case of post-chemo treatment and in cases where CT scans and MRI's are done frequently, healing is also slowed down because the body needs time to recover after all of these interventions, so healing is again and again postponed or slowed down as your body fights to recover from massive doses of chemicals or radiation.

In short, healing IS possible, but each case is assessed individually. Being young, your body will restore itself easier than an older person would, but having undergone chemo and other medical procedures (perhaps even a biopsy of the bones), it will take time and careful case management to lead to complete recovery. It all depends on how able your body is to detoxify and regrow cells and tissues quickly.



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I can answer questions about homeopathy, sequential treatment and heilkunst - who can be treated, what the treatment is for different ailments. German New Medicine can help you understand your symptoms as they relate to a particular emotional shock and can show you if you are still ill or already healing.


My experience in holistic medicine began with my own preference for a natural and non-medicinal lifestyle. This lead me to my introduction to homeopathy when I realized there were safe and exceptionally effective medciines i could give to my children instead of pills. The more I learned about homeopathy, the more it made sense, so I took the courses, worked at a clinic and started working with patients soon after. I have been practising for 8 years now and every day I continue to learn from my clients and from the many interesting courses I take to complement what I already do. Today I incorporate knowledge from German New Medicine, Orgonomy, Anthroposophy and many other intersting fields, including informational and vibrational medicine when I work with clients. And the additional expertise helps me see a more complex picture of what is needed to help the person.

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