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Feb 12th 2009
I am 65 banker-retired 8yrs ago in 2000 under went CABG on beating heart with octopus 11 1.left internal mammary artery to left anterior descending artery 2. Radial artery to diagonal one artery. On 21-11-2008 under went CAG-coronary angiogram as I was a symptomatic on routine checkup,TMT done was positive for inducible ischemia suggested for graft Angio, revealed native triple vessel disease patent LIMA to LAD occluded LAR to D1 DIAGNOSIS * CAD-POST CABG (2000) *SILENT ISCHEMIA *HYPERTENSION *LIMA -LAD/LRA -D NSR, NO LVF/CHF *TMT +VE FOR INDUCIBLE ISCHEMIA *GRAFT ANGIO -NATIVE TVD *PATENT LIMA - LAD *OCCLUDED LRA - D1 *ALLERGIC BRONCHIAL ASTHMA I am taking drugs for BP & cholesterol blood thinners Ecpsporin since cabg-2000.Procedures 1) CABG was done at "CARE HOSPITALS HYDERABAD" 2) CAG on 21st Nov done at "STAR HOSPITALS HYDERABAD". Can Homoeopathy come to my rescue? At present I am in England. Can any Homoeopath resolve my present problem-if make brisk walk or exercise I feel chest discomfort initially which subsides in few minutes.
Mar 4th 2009
Nikil you need to see a doctor. You can ring NHS Direct for advice on 0845 4647 so you can register with a doctor. All doctors registered with the Faculty of Homeopathy are medically qualified as well as being qualified in homeopathy.
Jun 5th 2009
So here's a question - if someone with an undiagnosed heart problem, perhaps with only mild symptoms, went to see a homeopath who was not a doctor, would the heart problem be spotted? I think its pretty clear that it probably wouldn't. Going to a real doctor would increase the chance of diagnosis significantly to my mind.
So unless EVERY non-medically qualified homepath ROUTINELY refers each new patient to their G.P., isn't that going to mean more undiagnosed heart problems (and hence morbidity) than in a world without homeopathy/CAM?
I think that's fairly plausible, so does it mean that lives could be saved by banning CAM therapists from seeing patients who haven't been refered by a GP?
Jun 12th 2009
I would agree - 'non-medical homeopaths' should not be allowed to see patients unless they have been referred by a GP or other health professional
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