Homeopathy to treat urethal stricture

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Has anyone looked into Homeopathy in treating urethal stricture.  I am dealing with a stricture problem as you may know. I have spasms, retention issues, blockage at times, and yet once it starts to flow it is like nothing happened. I know they said strictures are irreversible but is there something Homeopathy can do for us. 

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    I spent about a year trying to treat my stricture with homeopathy after the NHS gave up on me. Mostly the remedy Causticum.

    Normally I cannot pee at all without a catheter. In the course of the homeopathy treatment, and coinciding roughly with three Causticum treatments, I had maybe half a dozen times in total a small dribble or short sustained pee while straining to defecate.

    I honestly don't know whether it was the Causticum or an extra pint or two of beer the night before. It certainly wasn't a sustained change in my ability to pee, and it was a bit depressing to get so excited about a few drops.

    After a year or so, for other reasons, I stopped my homeopathy sessions. But if you want to try homeopathy, I would certainly recomment to your homeopath to start with Causticum.

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      I was going once a month for an hour-long session. My homeopath was very holistic in her approach, and much of the year was spent dealing with other mental and physical problems which might have been related to the stricture. The cost was £45 a session. There may be regional variations in the cost, depending on what the market will bear - my homeopath was in East Lothian, in quite a wealthy area.

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      Thanks, I read others say the same thing.  They have no treatment for stricture but they treat other areas and hope it will have some effect on your stricture. I have read that acupuncture is another area. Maybe some one has some insight on this procedure. I'm frustrated and searching for any thing to help.  

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