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Allergy

It was two months ago when I got this allergy. Any part of my body can become reddish. First I can feel little bit itching, heat on that area and then I can see that area have become reddish. On itching (whether do it or not) my skin area become swollen. This disappears itself in two or three hours even if I do not take any medicine. But then it reappears after 5/6 hours maybe at some other area/s. If I take some anti allergic it disappears but comes after a day or so. I doubt it is because of plants that I have grown this season in my home!
Can any one help me? Thanks
 
  Lagar1 on 2007-07-18

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hi,
you can try Urtica urens 6c one dose 3 times a day only 3 days any change cantact me
there is yo many remedy for this but i need couse why you got this?
thanks
faisal

 
faisal qureshi on 2007-07-19

Yes.

 
Rajendra on 2007-07-19

Uritica is good remedy but I think It should take after an anti poric remedy (sulpher one dose)

dr. mahfooz

 
Mahfoozurrehman on 2007-07-19

Thanks Faisal, I have ordered for Urtica. When I get I will tell you. What do you think about what Dr. Mahfooz is saying? Should I take Sulphur before starting with Urtica? if yes then Sulphur in which potency?
Thanks a lot.

 
Lagar1 on 2007-07-19

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I would request Dr. Mahfoozurrehman to kindly let me know where it is mentioned that Uritica is to be given after Sulphur or it is his own experience.

Thanks.

 
Rajendra on 2007-07-20

Dear Dr. Faisal AOA,

The symptoms of the patient leads to Sulpher as
This is great Hahnemannian anti-psoric. Its action is centrifugal-from within outward-having an elective affinity for the skin, where it produces heat and burning, with itching; made worse by heat of bed. Inertia and relaxation of fiber; hence feebleness of tone characterizes its symptoms. Ebullitions of heat, dislike of water, dry and hard hair and skin, red orifices, sinking feeling at stomach about 11 am, and cat-nap sleep; always indicate Sulphur homeopathically. Standing is the worst position for sulphur patients, it is always uncomfortable. Dirty, filthy people, prone to skin affections. Aversion to being washed. When carefully-selected remedies fail to act, especially in acute diseases, it frequently arouses the reactionary powers of the organism. Complaints that relapse. General offensive character of discharge and exhalations. Very red lips and face, flushing easily. Often great use in beginning the treatment of chronic cases and in finishing acute ones.
Dry, scaly, unhealthy; every little injury suppurates. Freckles. Itching, burning; worse scratching and washing. Pimply eruption, pustules, rhagades, hang-nails. Excoriation, especially in folds (Lyc). Feeling of a band around bones. Skin affections after local medication. Pruritus, especially from warmth, is evening, often recurs in spring-time, in damp weather.

I therefore, suggested it, I think One dose of Sulpher-200, will clear the position and hope the second remedy will not be required.

dr. mahfooz

 
Mahfoozurrehman on 2007-07-20

Dear friends

The skin problem changing places is there prominently in Mezerium. Have a look at it, and see whether it fits.

Murthy

 
gavinimurthy on 2007-07-20

Sorry for the error in typing. The name is Mezereum.

Murthy

 
gavinimurthy on 2007-07-20

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Hi
you can try sulphur as a intercurrent remedy in between or after urticaria if is it required.Mezereum dosn't cover you this remedy got a skin affinity with bone problem
any concern cantact me
thanks
faisal

 
faisal qureshi on 2007-07-20

I Second the advice of dear dr.faisal.

I also disagree with murthy mez. deos not match with the symptoms of the patient.

dr. mahfooz

 
Mahfoozurrehman on 2007-07-20

The principal use of this remedy is in eruptions and ulcerations.

Even when there is nothing to be seen, there is violent itching and the patient rubs and scratches until the part becomes raw and then burns; itching changes place; the part becomes cold after scratching, cold in spots. Itching changing place after scratching, especially when associated with no visible cause.

Vesicular eruptions upon the skin, running a certain course, itching, burning like fire; dries into a crust and disappears; a new crop appears near or in the same place.

They are often elevated.

This is the picture of Mezereum as told by Kent.

I only told to see if it fits, by asking more questions.

If you are sure that it won't fit, with the scanty data available, it is upto the patient to study further, and decide what to do.

Murthy

 
gavinimurthy on 2007-07-20

Thanks a lot. Mr. Dr. Faisal. I will inform here when I get the medicines soon & its effects.

 
Lagar1 on 2007-07-20

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