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I have swollen turbinate in left nostril and minor sleeping obstruction. Please advise if there any homeopathy medicine to cure it permanently and total time expected. Or should I go for surgery if no medicine is there to cure it.

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It definitely can be relieved by homeopathy in time... To promise the exact time is not possible in any pathy... but you can see the positive effect of the homoeopathic medicine in a month of a time... To prescribe an indicated homeopathic medicine it is advisable to take a detail case so that one can be very sure of the results... But till then you may try taking Kali Iod 30 (homeopathic)
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lybrate-user Swollen turbinate is the hypertrophy of these tissue in response to allergy. Cells are increased in no. Due to irritation of the allergens. Surgery will not cure your allergic condition. So hoeopathy is best. But it should be treated properly. According to homeopathy diagnosis, Your condition is of sycotic miasm where there is excessive cell growth. Due to genetic predisposion. Mitotic division goes fast resulting in this condition. If doctor select similimum drug by detail history including mental, emmotional,intellectual, physical symtoms and their aggravating and amelerioting conditions, general symptoms like thermal state, thirst, sleep, sex and other concomitant and peculiar symptoms, then it is possible to select the proper medicine to initiate the cure by immunomodulation. Proper drug can revert back the pathological changes to normal. There is a change from sycotic miasm to Psoric miasm which is functional and reversible change.
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