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psoriasis

i am suffering from psoriais for past 4 years. i have tried orther medicine except homeopathy but no result.
now i am taking Sulphur 1M - 3 drops - 3 times day. how long i should take this medicine and any further medicine. pls reply.

R.CHANDRA
 
  rcprime on 2004-12-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Psoriasis is a hereditary problem tied in with the genes.
What made you take Sulphur?.
Do you have very dry skin, hot feet in bed, stool very soon after waking . eat little breakfast but very hungry at noon. Are you interested in abstract subjects ?
If answer to all this is yes then Sulphur is the correct remedy!!.
 
passkey last decade
Hi,
Homoeopathy helps a lot in Psoriasis cases, but you need to give some time and more information about yourself.
Your case needs a thorough study. Could you post your case history here , so that we can study it and suggest you the remedy? ( I can post you the questionnaire if you want)
Sulphur 1M three times a day is indeed a high dose. Have you consulted a homoeopath before starting with this treatment? What are the changes in your symptoms after starting sulphur?
for how many days have you been taking it?
I would suggest you to stop it.
First lets study your case and come up with a definite treatment plan.
 
magicure last decade
thank you for tour kind reply and as requested by you ,i furnish my case history as follows.
my case history
age: 33 years
sex:male
country:india
food :vegitarian
work : not much mental load
disease:psoriasis for 5 years and some thick patches on my head,ear and rear side of my body.i am interested in homeoapthy tratment and came to know that sulphur is best remody for psoriasis. so i am taking sulphur 1m - 2 times - from past 3 days.

now i feel my patches are become thin and stop itting.

i request you to kindly suggest me the best medicine to completely recover from psoriasis.

thanking you,
 
rcprime last decade
Hi,
Stop Sulphur.
If you feel that the patches are becoming thinner and less itchy, it means the action of Sulphur has started.
Now let it complete its action.
Dont take any other medicine till there is improvement. When there is aggravation of complaints, report back.
For a complete cure , you need a constitutional remedy.
To find out the same , you will have to answer the questionnaire.

Try to answer as many questions as possible. Some may be irrelevant to you. Just skip those.

1. What is the main reason you need treatment?

2. Describe your complaints giving the following details:

Complaint 1 :
A. Location (Part of body affected)
B. Sensation (Type of Pain)
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night)
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
E. Accompanying complaints.

Complaint 2 :
A. Location (Part of body affected)
B. Sensation (Type of Pain)
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night)
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
E. Accompanying complaints.


3. Past Illness history?

4. Ailments in the family? (BP, Diabetes, TB, Cancer etc )

5. What medication are you taking currently (or taken in the past)?

6. What foods do you crave? List from the strongest craving to the weakest.

7. What foods do you have an aversion to?

8. What foods aggravate you? (including allergies)

9. Level of thirst? Normal water intake during a day?

10. Digestive functions (Appetite, bowel , acidity, bloating , gases etc.)

11. Energy level throughout the day? Rate it from 1-10 (10 being excellent).

12. Perspiration: How much do you perspire? Where? Smell/ stain of the sweat?

13. How is your sleep? What position do you prefer to sleep in? Is there any position you cannot sleep in? Do you walk/talk/grind your teeth when you are asleep?

14. Describe your dreams in detail? Do you had any recurring dreams or images/ pictures/ themes?

15. Gynecological History

a. Describe your menses (periods): Pain or associated complaints during menses? Colour / amount / odour ? Clots? Stains easily washable?
b. Leucorrhoea? When? Stains ? Of what colour ? Easily washable?

16. Obstetric History:
pregnancies / abortions / deliveries ( normal/ caesarian/ forceps) etc . Any complaints during pregnancy?

17. Which season do you like the most? Why? Do you need fan ? How much covering do you take? Woolen clothes? What temp of water do you prefer for taking bath?


18. Is there anything else in the environment you are sensitive to? ( car sickness etc…)

19. What is the worst thing that has ever happened to you? Describe in detail.

20. What part of your life do you have the most difficulty coping with? Why is that?

21. What was your childhood like? Describe your parents and your relationship with them. Describe your relationship with your siblings and other extended family members. Did anything in your childhood have a profound effect on you? Describe your school and college life.

23. What is your occupation? What differentiates you from the other people in your place of employment? What difficulties do you have at work?

24. What is your self-confidence level ?

25. What fears do you have? Do you have any phobias?

26. What parts of yourself or your life would you change if it were at all possible?

27. What do you do to relax?

28. Describe all other aspects of your nature in detail.
 
magicure last decade
1. What is the main reason you need treatment?
The main reason for the treatment to cure psoriasis

2. Describe your complaints giving the following details:
Psoriasis for 4 Years

Complaint 1 :
A. Location (Part of body affected) – Head, rear side, Stomach
B. Sensation (Type of Pain) – Red round Patch with Silver Scale.
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night) – Some times in the Afternoon and night.
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
E. Accompanying complaints.

Complaint 2 :
A. Location (Part of body affected)
B. Sensation (Type of Pain)
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night)
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
E. Accompanying complaints.


3. Past Illness history? – -NIL-

4. Ailments in the family? (BP, Diabetes, TB, Cancer etc ) –NIL-

5. What medication are you taking currently (or taken in the past)? – SIDHA-

6. What foods do you crave? List from the strongest craving to the weakest. – Fired itms

7. What foods do you have an aversion to?

8. What foods aggravate you? (including allergies)

9. Level of thirst? Normal water intake during a day? - normal

10. Digestive functions (Appetite, bowel , acidity, bloating , gases etc.) – NORMAL-

11. Energy level throughout the day? Rate it from 1-10 (10 being excellent). - NORMAL

12. Perspiration: How much do you perspire? Where? Smell/ stain of the sweat? - NORMAL

13. How is your sleep? What position do you prefer to sleep in? Is there any position you cannot sleep in? Do you walk/talk/grind your teeth when you are asleep? -NORMAL

14. Describe your dreams in detail? Do you had any recurring dreams or images/ pictures/ themes? PICTURE

15. Gynecological History

a. Describe your menses (periods): Pain or associated complaints during menses? Colour / amount / odour ? Clots? Stains easily washable?
b. Leucorrhoea? When? Stains ? Of what colour ? Easily washable? - NIL-

16. Obstetric History:
pregnancies / abortions / deliveries ( normal/ caesarian/ forceps) etc . Any complaints during pregnancy? – NIL-

17. Which season do you like the most? Why? Do you need fan ? How much covering do you take? Woolen clothes? What temp of water do you prefer for taking bath? HOT WATER


18. Is there anything else in the environment you are sensitive to? ( car sickness etc…) –NIL-

19. What is the worst thing that has ever happened to you? Describe in detail.

20. What part of your life do you have the most difficulty coping with? Why is that?

21. What was your childhood like? Describe your parents and your relationship with them. Describe your relationship with your siblings and other extended family members. Did anything in your childhood have a profound effect on you? Describe your school and college life.

23. What is your occupation? What differentiates you from the other people in your place of employment? What difficulties do you have at work?
Sales Engineer

24. What is your self-confidence level ? within the limit

25. What fears do you have? Do you have any phobias? nil

26. What parts of yourself or your life would you change if it were at all possible?

27. What do you do to relax?

28. Describe all other aspects of your nature in detail.
 
rcprime last decade
History for Michael, age 33, managing director of consultancy business, with computer games as late night hobby, computer related activity dominates such as ‘building and upgrading computers’. Has three children (one from wife’s previous marriage), married 8 years – happy and settled in marriage, work and life in general however psoriasis is getting worse.

1. What is the main reason you need treatment? Long standing psoriasis with lesions becoming more wide spread and larger in size

2. Describe your complaints giving the following details:

Complaint 1 :
A. Location (Part of body affected)
a. Behind both ears near scalp line
b. Back of head on scalp
c. Scaly areas in ear folds
d. Left eyebrow
e. Did have some scalines under one lower eye lid (possibly left eye)
f. Upper arms – very symmetrical
g. Upper and lower back
h. Near fold of bottom
i. Large lesion on left side of torso
j. Large lesion right forearm
k. Lesions on both elbows
l. Largest lesion on lower right leg almost around leg – covers almost all of calf
m. Smaller lesion on lower left leg
B. Sensation (Type of Pain)
a. Itching
b. Bleeding
c. Painful when scratched
d. Itching almost pleasureable with guilty feelings after
e. All of these create self-loathing
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night)
a. Morning is worst time of day because shower feels hot
b. Itching is very bad at night and bleeding occurs
c. Night most itchy on legs
d. Sticks feet out of bed at night because he doesn’t like to be hot
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
a. Better: scratching
b. Better: soothing creams
c. Better: not itching
d. Better: cold shower (especially after having a hot shower)
e. Worse: hot shower
E. Accompanying complaints.
a. Over weight

Complaint 2 :
A. Location (Part of body affected)
B. Sensation (Type of Pain)
C. Time (When does it happen, Variations during the day/night)
D. What makes you feel better or worse.
E. Accompanying complaints.

3. Past Illness history?
Psoriasis started at age 20 possibly after Hep B shot, and had three lots of these shots. Have had a series of abscesses about two years after loss of business, death of father and during a time where there was no real direction, no real opportunities. Abscesses began in fold of bottom, next one behind right knee and final one under right breast.

4. Ailments in the family? (BP, Diabetes, TB, Cancer etc )
Father died of prostate cancer in 2000 which had metasised to bones

5. What medication are you taking currently (or taken in the past)?
No medications but is using various psoriasis creams

6. What foods do you crave? List from the strongest craving to the weakest.
Strongest: bread
Strong: eggs
Strong: red meat
Strong: lasagna and pizza
Likes: chocolate
Likes: coffee

7. What foods do you have an aversion to?
Strongest: fish and other seafoods
Strong: sushi

8. What foods aggravate you? (including allergies)
Coke
Alcohol except for wine makes him itch
Bread sometimes
Rich foods, including big meat meals

9. Level of thirst? Normal water intake during a day?
Intake is strong – often drinks water with lemon

10. Digestive functions (Appetite, bowel, acidity, bloating, gases etc.)
Appetite strong
Bowel activity, gas and bloat can be very affected by rich meals

11. Energy level throughout the day? Rate it from 1-10 (10 being excellent).
Better in morning – before 12pm = 9
Mid-day or after lunch low energy = 5
Afternoon = 6

12. Perspiration: How much do you perspire? Where? Smell/ stain of the sweat?
Lots when its hot
Perspire chest and torso
Only a little under arms
Sweat does not smell (amazing but true)
No staining

13. How is your sleep?
Good sleeper except for itching which makes him feel restless and drives him out of bed where he will end up sleeping with a light covering somewhere else. Falls asleep quickly.

What position do you prefer to sleep in?
On back with arms above head and right leg pulled up (hang man position),.

Is there any position you cannot sleep in? Not sure
Do you walk/talk/grind your teeth when you are asleep? Can occasionally make soft moaning noises that are highly regular in timing – has to be woken up to stop this.

14. Describe your dreams in detail? Do you had any recurring dreams or images/ pictures/ themes?
Used to have recurring dreams about him pulling out his own teeth. Pulling out back molars with own fingers. Doing this because they were loose. Upset, irritated feelings during this recurring dream. This is the only recurring dream he has had during the psoriasis period.

Other themes would be flying like superman. Sees clouds, the sea. Feels good, free, lighter than air.

Dreams about father who has passed away – in the dream they talk about life, business and generally hang out together.

15. Gynecological and obstetric History
N/A

17. Which season do you like the most?
Summer because it is warm and moist and skin is worse in winter because it is cold and dry.

Do you need fan? Yes air conditioning is preferable.

How much covering do you take?
Varies but generally one blanket.

Woolen clothes?
Yes

What temp of water do you prefer for taking bath?
Lukewarm

18. Is there anything else in the environment you are sensitive to? ( car sickness etc…)
Sometimes water makes him itchy, especially pool water because of the chemicals. Pool chlorine made him itchy.

19. What is the worst thing that has ever happened to you? Describe in detail.
Father dying. Huge sense of loss. Seeing his father lose ‘everything’ before he died, such as his business of 40 years.

20. What part of your life do you have the most difficulty coping with?
Relationship with mother, and sister (to a lesser extent than mother).

Why is that?
Because mother is patronizing and put him boarding school early on in life. Sister is upsetting because she is self-centered and not really interested in him or his family.

21. What was your childhood like?
Was diagnosed with ADD in grade 2 at 7 or 8 years old. Loved up until 11 when sent to boarding school and felt abandoned. Became streetwise, a loner and had to make his own rules. Sure there is some deep psychological trauma to this. Diagnosed with scoliosis at age 11 and had daily physio. Felt surrounded by love. Non-religious household which allowed him to explore esoteric aspects of life. Could see auras pre-puberty. (Around 30 could see flashes of colour around people again that was linked to their emotions).

Describe your parents and your relationship with them.
Very loving but they weren’t a really good judge of advice from others. Mother had some violent outburst including an awful event at 11 involving an episode of physical abuse. He does not remember it. Feels blanked out because it was so ‘horrific’. Relationship with father totally awesome until he got sent to boarding school, but after then he felt betrayed and that if he really loved him why was he going to boarding school (he boarded in his own home town and parents lived within a mile or so.

Describe your relationship with your siblings and other extended family members.
Pretty good relationship with younger sister but this was curtailed when she was also sent to boarding school.

Did anything in your childhood have a profound effect on you?
A Buddhist monk that he saw a lot of between ages of 7 to 13. Important because he opened different levels of his consciousness that his family couldn’t. But family knew that he was a good influence.

Worse experience with a profound effect was being sent to boarding school. Also mentioned scoliosis.

Describe your school and college life.
Loner, but did have a small circle of close friends. Frustrating. Lonely because away from family who he thought did not want him. Violent due to boarding school pecking order. One frightening experience of near molestation.

23. What is your occupation?
Managing director of consultancy firm.

What differentiates you from the other people in your place of employment?
He’s the leader.

What difficulties do you have at work?
Unsure

24. What is your self-confidence level ?
Out of ten points – 9. Feels good, strong and positive about the future.

25. What fears do you have?
Talking too much risk, mainly business risk. However, does not like to play it safe either.

Do you have any phobias?
No

26. What parts of yourself or your life would you change if it were at all possible?
Dad’s death. Skin problems.

27. What do you do to relax?
Plays computer games at night. Meditate.

28. Describe all other aspects of your nature in detail.
Bad ones: revengeful, holds grudges, unforgiving, brooding
Good ones: good friend, loving, affectionate, honest, likes friendship
Also: makes decisions on instincts.
Happy things: children, wife, immediate family. Running a business with wife. Close friend and his family.

Goals: Grow business. Lose weight and get fit. Better life for my family – bigger house, travel, etc.

Reflections on husband from wife: starts things but can’t seem to be consistent. Can become overly general and has difficulty with detail. Allows home office to get in terrible shape then will spend an entire weekend cleaning it up, but it soon deteriorates again. Is insensitive to the sheer amount of skin flakes that an itching session can produce and does think to clean up after himself and feels down if you ask him to do so. Driver’s seat floor always full of skin flakes and sheets and quilt on his side of the bed often are bloody in the morning. Takes long showers. Often complains of painful anus after stool. Likes to be scratched especially back of head. Generally is on an even emotional keel, but can seem distanced from step-daughter. Loves to read, including rather technical books. Spends hours in front of the computer at work and at home. Loving father. Very kind and loving to me and often does sweet things. Highly sexual and has sexual fantasies and desires sex daily. Apparently also has sexual dreams. Doesn’t get outside much. Is mainly an in-door person. Often untidy with clothes. Occasionally suffers from a pain in one of his eyes. When his psoriasis is really bad he lays on our bed quietly and will often fall asleep. He is unreliable on the weekend as he can feel very low energy and apathetic.
 
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ponniie last decade
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Mom of three last decade
Hello,

My 13 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with psoriasis. She is very unhappy. Any help/advice you learned people can provide will be greatly appreciated. She started her period recently (4 months ago)- she is quite regular, no cramps accompanying the period. I did use some allopathic cream and shampoo (both prescribed by the Doctor) but would surely love to know if any homeopathic medicines will safely eliminate the condition.

Thank you for your anticipated reply

Sincerely,
USHA
 
US123 last decade

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