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Haemorrhoids

Halitosis

Hayfever

Headaches

Heartburn

Hiccoughs

Hiccups – see Hiccoughs

High Temperatures

Hormonal Imbalance

Hot flushes

Impetigo

Incontinence - see Bladder Problems

Infertility

Impotence

Indigestion

Infants

Infertility

Influenza

Ingrowing Toenails

Insomnia

Iritis

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Kidney stones

Laryngitis

Leaky Gut

Leg Ulcers

Leucorrhoea – vaginal discharges

Lips (cracked)

Liver Problems

Lowermoor Water Poisoning (Camelford)

Lumbago

Lymphatic Drainage Techniques

M.E. / C.F.S.

Mastitis – see Breastfeeding

Measles

Menieres Disease

Menopause

Menstrual Problems

Migraine

Molluscum Contagiosum

Morning Sickness

Mouth Ulcers

Mumps

Nettle-Rash – see Urticaria

Neuralgia

Nightmares

Night Sweats

Nits

Nosebleeds

Osteoarthritis

 

Panic Attacks

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Peridontitis

Period Pains

Phlebitis

Phobias

Pleurisy

Polycystic Ovaries (POS)

Polyps

Poor Circulation

Pregnancy problems

Prolapse

Prostate Problems

Psoriasis

Pyorrhoea

Restless legs

Reynaud’s Syndrome – see Poor circulation

Rheumatism

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rhinitis

Ringworm

Scabies

Sciatica

Seasickness

Shingles – Herpes Zoster

Shock

Skin Problems

Sprains

Stammering

Stiff Neck – see Torticollis

Strains

Stress

Styes

Sunburn

Teething Problems

Thrush – see Candida

Tinnitus

Tonsilitis

Tooth Abscesses

Toothache

Torticollis

Trauma

Urticaria

Varicose Veins

Vertigo

Warts

Whooping Cough

Wind

Worms

Eventually ...
Any topic in this list that is underlined and in BLUE  
will take you to a document about the item.

List of Ailments

H to W

PLEASE NOTE  ... Homeopathy does not claim to ‘cure’ any specific ‘disease’. Homeopathy’s aim is to restore the body to balance by administering the most ‘similar’ remedy to the patient’s symptoms and triggering the body’s own natural healing abilities. People have either despaired of what their doctors have to offer, or are fed up with the side-effects of their ‘doctor-drugs’ and want to try something else or they want to use something else alongside their conventional drugs.

We treat people not diseases.

Here are some of the reasons why they consult a Homeopath.

 

Why do they come?

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