I am 23 years old. I got the stomach flu around two months ago and was prescribed Amoxicillin for ten days, which gave me a very mild clostridium difficile infection. For three weeks, with light food and homeopathic medicine from the local store, I was slowly getting better. Two days ago, my low-grade fever of 99.1 degrees Fahrenheit came back on and off (it resolves on its own but causes some stomach cramping). Doctors are urging me to take more antibiotics like Flagyl, and I have read countless stories of people getting worse. I have an appointment with my local homeopathic doctor in one month, but I wanted some opinions on what I should do in this case.
It is appreciable not to take more antibiotics. You can prefer homeopathy, which will cure without causing any side effects. You have taken homeopathic medicines from a medical store that worked superficially. That is why your symptoms came back. There are two options you can go with your appointment. But as you said, it has been a month, and it is too late. You are suffering from an acute attack, and it needs medicine as soon as possible. If you can visit a homeopathic doctor earlier, it will be good. Otherwise, you can also take prescriptions online, we need to take a small case history, and only after that can we prescribe medicines for you.
I hope your query is completed. If you have any doubts you can ask.
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