ok I'm confused again. The self prescriber would not have taken a constitutional right? If they had and it was right they wouldn't need to self prescribe. Or how would you know how to self prescribe and not antidote the constitutional?
BTW still haven't had the chance to discuss my ?'s with my CH. My one uber important question.... So I am supposed to "visit" strep and do nothing? I am supposed to have the itchy-est raw noni from yeast and BV and do nothing? Just deal with it until the remedy takes care of it? Ok so that's more than one!
I don't know the dose or prescribing protocol of your CH, some like a 200c, some give 30c, some LM, etc. The frequency of dosing is specific to the individual, the type of dosing, and the dose. Your remedy may be working, or it may have done what it can and need to be redosed, or may not be the best remedy. Your CH is the most effective at clarifying. I would absolutely call my CH and report significant changes of any unpleasant nature!
You should not be miserable on homeopathy! Sometimes, a remedy will address some variables, but the homeopathist may be unaware of underlying variables which were not evident or shared. So, the remedy may address SOME issues, and others are not addressed. That isn't the constitutional, from my understanding. But, CH are not all seeing, despite how amazing it seems!
So, I'd CALL!