SLE is treated and cured in homeopathy. It requires a regular treatment of 1 year. The process of curing and reversing the connective tissue disorder is very gradual. It is generally widespread all over the body. Patient should be kept stress free and without any emotional issues. Autoimmune diseases are followed by failure of learned coping mechanism in an individual.
Medicinally we have remedies that reverse the process of connective tissue exuberance.
Only experienced homeopath will be able to help in case you are already having allopathic treatment for it.
hi yes treatment is available if given proper holistic treatment. thorough case history wd b required. there wont be any side effects as other treatments do for sle.. and in general condition of patient would improve
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SLE is an autoimmune disease. It is difficult to say upto what extent you will be benefited with homeopathy without studying whole case with all aspects. But homoeopathy will provide better health conditions for sure. You will be able to avoid side effects of immune suppressive drugs and will be having better and better health day by day with homeopathy. As autoimmune disease itself is complicated the case must be handled with very good treatment and management, which ia possible for sure.
It is one of the most troublesome connective tissue disorder involving connective tissue's at multiple places and giving painful and troublesome manifestation at various levels .
Patient must contact an experienced homoeopath as the homoeopathy can only be a best immuno - modifying agent which will not only symptomatically improve patient to a great extent but it will also help to get rid of many painkillers, steroids .A brighter probability of recovery to an extent.
More precise instructions may depend on person's current clinical status and investigations report.
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