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Sameer or kadwa: body odor & irregular cycle

1. Age/Sex/Country/Climate:
15/female/hot climate

2. Current complain - from how long:
Severe body odor, irregular menstrual cycle since the age of 10 years

3. Current medicine you are taking:
Has consulted several homeopaths, now have given sulfur 30 three doses for more than a weak

4. Sign & Symptom of disease:
Has severe odor from body & scalp, has pimples on back, irregular menstrual cycle once in two or three months, heat feeling, irritable, sleepy during day, lazy, feel sick with headache during menstruation

5. Breif medical history:
Born normal, got sick during early years with chicken pox twice. vomiting, fever, dehydration & cold were usual sickness in early years

6. Family Back Ground:
Father has piles, mother has high bp & thyroid, paternal grand father had asthma, maternal grand father had psorises & hbp

7. Education and Nature of Profession of Patient:
Student of grade 11

8. Desires and aversion of food:
Likes sweet foods, spicy foods, pickles, cheese aversion to ketchup

9. Mind-behavior, anger, irritability, hurry..etc.:
gets angry & irritated easily, lazy, absent minded, shy of public speaking but capable, self centered likes to be alone

10. What makes it worse and what makes it better:
Rest makes better & stress makes worst

11. Thirst/Tongue/diabetic...:
Excessive thirst/light coated tongue/not diabetic
  alice2010 on 2010-03-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Pls ur urgent attention is needed
alice2010 last decade

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