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Can homeopathy cure serous neurological illness such as lyme/MS?

I'm extremely ill with MS type symptoms plus a whole lot more. My MRI is normal but also have optic neuritis with optic nerve damage from 4 years ago. I reacted badly to a few drugs and sent me in downward spiral. I have eye pressure/nerve pain, head pressure, dizzy, ear pressure, dizzy sick feeling in brain, head jerking, weak neck, body numb and weaker on left, right arm/hand numb, muscle weakness, coordination/blance, dept perception, total insomnia, body burning-etc etc

Pretty much in agony /housebound now for 4 months.

I feel I'm at a critical point I' so ill and disease has progessed so much past 4 years to this point.

I've just begun working with a homeopath.

My question is- can homeopathy really stop progression and reverse serious illness such as neurological lyme disase or MS?

Can I trust that ? My other recourse is try long term antibiotic and see if that would heal me? There is no certainty that I have lyme disease.

I have run out of time and need to make the right decision.

Can homeopathy really work on serious neurological illness?

Have you seen cases?
 
  herbqueen on 2010-04-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
DearKind Doctors- Can you please let me know your thoughts on whether or not you have seen homeopathy cure serious degenerative neurological diseases?
 
herbqueen last decade
Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

The symptoms of multiple sclerosis can be different from person to person. Visual, sensory, and motor signs and symptoms are all part of multiple sclerosis. The clinical manifestations are varied, and therefore there is a wide range of symptoms that can appear. Some people have mild cases of multiple sclerosis with little or no disability over the years. Others have more severe types of multiple sclerosis, requiring confinement to a wheelchair or bed. Still others may live their entire lives symptom-free (some individuals without multiple sclerosis symptoms are found incidentally to have multiple sclerosis lesions by MRI, or individuals in whom an examination of their brain after death unexpectedly reveals that they were affected by the disease). This variability makes it difficult in some cases to diagnose multiple sclerosis. Often the signs and symptoms are mistaken as being psychiatric in origin.

* The first symptoms of multiple sclerosis are often visual changes.

o Large number of people with multiple sclerosis develop optic neuritis (inflammation of the optic nerve, which is an extension of the central nervous system), described as a painful vision loss. If a patient is diagnosed with optic neuritis early, treatment could change the course of the disease.

o Before the actual loss of vision, the patient may have visual changes described by many people as blurred or hazy vision, flashing lights, or alterations in color.

o The tissues around the eye and moving the eye may be painful.

o Most people recover over several months. Others are left with permanent visual defects.

o Double vision occurs when the eyes move in different directions and is another common symptom of multiple sclerosis.

* Multiple sclerosis commonly affects the cerebellum, the portion of the brain responsible for balance and fine motor coordination. Consequently, people with multiple sclerosis often have difficulty maintaining their balance when walking and performing delicate tasks with their hands. Unexplained dropping of a cup or other object or unusual weakness can occur.

* Patients may experience facial pain, a sensation of spinning referred to as vertigo, and sometimes hearing loss.

* Virtually any area of the body can be involved, making this disease the great imitator of other disorders of the nervous system.

o The patient may experience painful muscle spasms or loss of strength in one or more of the arms or legs.

o The nerve fibers that conduct touch, pain, and temperature sensations are often affected, causing tingling, numbness or electrical-type pain sensations in the chest, abdomen, arms or legs.

* Multiple sclerosis can involve the nerves responsible for involuntary actions of the bladder and intestines.

o The pateint may often have constipation and urinary retention.

o These symptoms lead to other complications, such as infections of the bladder, kidney, or blood.

* Most people with multiple sclerosis complain of a constant state of tiredness. Something as simple as carrying groceries up a flight of stairs may become an impossible task for someone with multiple sclerosis.

* A peculiar trait of multiple sclerosis is the relationship between higher temperatures and the worsening of symptoms.

o People often complain of worsening of any of their symptoms after taking a hot shower, or participating in strenuous exercise.

o The exact reason this occurs is unknown. Perhaps it is because at higher temperatures nerve conduction decreases, which could lead to further slowing in the transmission of messages in nerves that have already lost myelin.


Source:http://www.emedicinehealth.com/multiple_sclerosis/page3_em.h....

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The homeopathic medicine for this is Plumbum Met. 200

Take it morning and evening for 3 consecutive days...then stop.

(This med can also cure inflamed optic nerve).

Also take Osmium 30 every night for 7 days (This brings down eye pressure).

In 7 days report feed back.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Stay away from freshly painted rooms and hair dyes as these can cause damage to your constitution.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Thank you pankaj- I've just begun work with a homeopath who is respected in the US. My question for you is- have you seen homeopathy cure a serious case of chronic neurological disease-I don't have a minor case and it has progressed rapidly the past 4 years-

I feel I'm at a critical point and no time to spare=

My only options are long term antibiotics or homeopathy- herbs have failed me.

Have you seen serious cases restore full health?

I am chemically sensitive so I do stay away from hair color and chemicals. The chemical sensitivities started 20 years ago before alll of my other health problems began.

Thank you.
 
herbqueen last decade
Dear herbqueen, dear you should have faith in Homeopathy & also not neglect your allopathic prescriptions,concomitant use is advisable for an advanced case like yours.

Thanks,

Dr Abhishek Mukherjee
om sai clinic
surat
India
 
Dr Abhishek last decade
Yes..I have seen success with this problem...and I recommend use of Plumbum Met.

I have been with homeopathy for last 20 years and have been guiding people at ABC Forum since 2003.

Just as Abhishek has suggested, you can take it along with allopathic meds.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
This is from the back pages of ABC Homeopathy Forum on MS.

Read this entire thread.

First page is reproduced here below.

Pankaj Varma

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Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis )
From shamid on 2003-10-30
70 replies 36796 views
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS) - that's the brain and spinal cord. Predominantly, it is a disease of the 'white matter' tissue. The white matter is made up of nerve fibres which are responsible for transmitting communication signals both internally within the CNS and between the CNS and the nerves supplying rest of the body.

In people affected by MS, patches of damage called plaques or lesions appear in seemingly random areas of the CNS white matter. At the site of a lesion, a nerve insulating material, called myelin, is lost. I shall explain this process in more detail later. Clinically, MS is a hard condition to characterise because it is very unpredictable and variable. Depending on which areas of the CNS are affected and how badly they are damaged, the type and severity of symptoms can vary greatly.

No two people get MS in exactly the same way and the expression of each individual's disease is as unique as their fingerprints. However, the different courses of the disease, both within an individual and within the whole population, principally differ in their timing, location and severity. Underneath similar processes (including demyelination and sometimes other forms of nerve degeneration) are going on.

Although recent research indicates that the biochemical make-up of lesions may vary between different forms of the disease, this is not the reason why people with MS (PwMS) have such widely differing symptoms - it's because nerve damage to one site usually causes completely different symptoms than damage to another.

In general, people with MS can experience partial or complete loss of any function that is controlled by, or passes through, the brain or spinal cord.
What is Homoeopathy?
Homoeopathy is a system of medicine which has a different approach to disease and remedy from that of conventional or Allopathic medicine. In the Allopathic approach, medicines are used that work against diseases and their symptoms. In Homoeopathy, the symptoms of an illness are viewed as a direct manifestation of the body's attempt to heal itself and a Homoeopathic substance is given that is capable of producing similar symptoms if given to a well person. In so doing, Homoeopathic attempts to stimulate the body's own natural healing capacity with Homoeopathic remedies acting as a trigger for the body's own healing forces.

The disease is intimately associated with the life of the individual and is a result of internally concealed causes and also external causes (environment, viral and bacteriological diseases, traumatisms ).

NO TWO PERSONS ARE EXACTLY ALIKE. EACH INDIVIDUAL BEING MADE UP OF PARTICULAR CHARACTERISTICS:

Specific signs, and symptoms, the form of the body, the attitude: Sthenic or Asthenic or Normal and other phenomena will be the objectives of the physicians researches.

Homoeopathy is based on the law of similar, the word itself is from Greek HOMOION ( Homeo ) meaning Similar and Pathos meaning disease or suffering. Homoeopathy is a system of medicine based on the principle that Like Cures Like. The theory states that any substance which causes an illness or a symptom can, in very small doses, cure the same problem by stimulating the body defense system.

This means that a remedy which creates symptoms and condition in a healthy person will cure a sick person manifesting similar symptoms.
MS can be treated through homoeopathy.
I know few remedies such as :
AURUM MET.
AURUM MUR.
PLUMBUM MET.
PHOSPHORUS
GELSEMIUM
KALI PHOS.
Do you have any record for cure case of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)please let me know.

thanking you!

Hom.Dr. Saleem Hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From T.Bhaskaran on 2003-11-19
Dr A.U.Ramakrishnan,Chennai,India (website: )has been treating MS patients in India and Europe/USA and seems to have met with some success.
My wife (aged 32) was diagnosed for MS in Apr 2001 and she has been taking homeopathic tratment under Dr Ramakrishnan since Nov 2002,results so far are positive.

Bhaskaran (t.bhaskaran atsaint-gobain.co.in)
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From PANKAJ VARMA on 2003-12-08

Dear Dr. S. Hamid,
Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

Please share more of your knowledge from time to time.

Best,
PANKAJ VARMA
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-03-09
As you know there is are no drugs or treatment protocols that can cure Multiple Sclerosis. There are currently treatments which can modify the course of the disease no cure yet. However, research is ongoing to find both effective means of preventing and arresting the disease, as well as developing better ways of treating those who have Multiple Sclerosis. In recent years there have been advances on many fronts. Treatments have been developed that reduce the number and severity of relapses in some people with Multiple Sclerosis. In addition, there are therapies like homoeopathy to relieve many symptoms and improve the quality of life of people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Hom. Dr. Saleem Hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From kamal on 2004-03-28
I was dxed with MS March 2003 (well, first recognized attack). I have been on Avonex since April '03 and I had my second known attach (optic-neuritis this time) March 2004. I went on the IV steroids and am waiting for a complete recovery of the blurry vision - neuros have suggested waiting another 2-3 weeks...

I guess I will tgry contacting Bhaskaran T. to see how his wife is doing and then try the homeopathy - no harm in trying.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From Astra2012 on 2004-03-30
I only know from the article on Internet that Andre Saine from Montreal is treating (maybe even curing!?) MS since 1997 with homeopathy (mainly, he is an ND).
He writes about the importance of choosing the peculiar symptoms (like eyeball ext. muscle paralysis: caust. sulph.) and ignoring symptoms more typical for the disease.

Dr. Hamid: you are doing a great job here - the amazing power of homeopathy shines best with cases discarded by the allopathic medicine which calls them incurable to cover its helplessness. Thank you for writing about such difficult cases as MS.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-04-02

Astra2012,

Thank you for your remarks and appreciation.

Hom. Dr. Saleem Hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-04-04
Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis )?

Hom. Dr. Saleem Hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From vishnz on 2004-04-27
Dear Dr Hamid
That's a provocative question! We can go into esoteric discussions about 'what's Cure'. As a newbie homeopath I am uncomfortable when someone says I cured such and such with homeopathy. We can say at best that the patient used homeopathy during an MS episode and had relief.

I have had one MS case that responded very well to Alumina.

Thanks for your interesting articles / questions.

Vish / New Zealand
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-05-06
Thank you.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From anand rao on 2004-05-14
dear doctor, i am an acupressurist and at present treating a patient with ms since 7th may 2004. initially the patient showed symptoms of recurrent attacks every 15 to 20 mins and each attack lasted for nearly 1-2 mins. this patient was diagnosed for MS about 8 years ago and the symptoms have accelerated now for the last 15-20 days.
i have found that thru acupressure, i was able to contain the recurrence of attacks and now my patient feels fresh and moves much freely. she has been bed ridden for more than 15 days. i have found a trigger point on the elbow which when stimulated during an attack, reduces the severity and vanishes in abut 5-10 seconds.
i would like to know if there is any other specific homeopathic remedy for this disease. my patient has her right side affected more and there is loss in vision in her right eye. my patient is 41 years of age. she is also suffering from constipation.
thank you very much.
anand rao, bombay.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From norguet on 2004-05-25
4 months ago I got first symptoms of MS. I took Gelsemium 200K with success: no more symptoms in the 24 hours.

Symptoms are back every months. I take another pill of Gelsemium 200K. Same result: symptoms go away in 24 hours.

At each comeback symptom level is lower than previous month. I hope to get rid of this.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-06-12
Dear norguet,
Thank you for asking advice, please take Gelsemium 1000 c after 10 days 3 doses only for a period of one month.

saleem hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From tumrio on 2004-06-12
Can homeopathy treatment be carried out as long as Mytroxantrone is administered? Please help.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From Astra2012 on 2004-07-01
you might find it interesting:
http://www.homeopathy.ca/articles/multiple_sclerosis.html
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-08-01
Thank you Astra,
Yes the following site is very useful:
http://www.homeopathy.ca/articles/multiple_sclerosis.html
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2004-08-04
Does homeopathy really help cure MS ?

Homeopathic medicine takes an alternative approach to MS treatments. Since everyone is different, homeopathic techniques favor tailoring the treatment to the individual. This can include simple things, such as exercise, meditation, or deep breathing techniques. But it can also include dietary, nutritional treatments, and vitamin supplements.

Homeopathic medicine tends to favor all natural methods of treating a disorder like MS. The idea is to get to the root of the problem by exploring the nature of the human body itself, rather than dependence on chemicals or drugs.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From shamid on 2005-04-02
Does homeopathy really help cure MS?
homeopathy cured cases of MS.
To show your support for Homeopathy, enter every CASE of MS you have cured OR observed.

hom. Dr. Saleem Hamid
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From khairzaf on 2005-11-26
Anand Rao, I read your paragraph about your patient and how your patient’s symptoms are similar to my moms. It made me ask questions like: Where is she from? How her MS started? And what kind of treatment is she taking right now? And how is she doing right now? I know these are very general questions. But it is important that we know how her MS got started. Maybe there is no answer for this, but a history of a patient can help. What has she been thru in life and why MS now.
I am sharing this pace of information with you people. This way this can help us to share information about your loves ones.
I am not exactly sure how long my mom is suffering from MS. She was first diagnosed with MS in UCLS Medical Hospital back in 1992 about 13 years ago. Her body might have fighting MS for times prior to 1992. And she was the first patient who took Betasoren injection those years. Once again, we are not sure if Betasoren at that time did help or did not help because with MS you don’t know – We are not sure if it slow down from progressing or it inflated MS?
She was always a very active person back home in Kabul Afghanistan. She taught Math for over 20+ years and raised four children. She was an emotional person but she never felt tired or perhaps she never told us. Her lifestyle changed when we came to US in 1990. And after two years she got diagnosed with MS. She noticed and we noticed that her coordination changes months after that. For example, there were times, she could not hold a cup of tea, and it would fall from her hands and break. Or sometimes at the beginning while she was walking on a sidewalk she would sort of fall because her left foot would lose control and could not balance her. As months and year passed, her walking got worse and worse. About 5-yrs ago, she stopped walking even with a walker. She just had no control to stand and balance herself. Recently, almost a year ago, she lost both of her eyesight. First she lost her left eyesight and after months she slowly lost her right eyesight. I also want to mention that she always had very good eyesight. In a very short time- less than a year, she lost them. She never had any physical pain in any part of body. But fatigue is a major pain itself. Emotional pain. Pain that she can’t talk well and pain that she could not go to bathroom, pain that you can do daily things like any other human being, pain that she does not remember things from a day before or weeks ago. She does have a good long-term memory. She remembers things from 20-30 years ago but for instance she does not remember who visited her today or yesterday. My mom and her side of family, most of them are diabetic. She has tried many different medications for diabetic that also cause fatigue in her case. Other symptoms she has are: she had sleep problems; depression, stress but she never had any back pain. She did have headaches time to time. We know she does not like heat very much. She is more relaxed when the weather is cooler. She is very sensitive to heat. I know that heat has to do with fatigue. As body temperature rise increases fatigue. They say MS is so complex. You ask anyone they relate hundreds of things to MS. We don’t know maybe MS is not that complex. Maybe there is only one thing that trigger our brain – I call it command and decision. And this ”command and decision” get disconnected from all other element of our body.
What makes this trigger? We don’t know. A shock. But what shock? Where this shock came from? When? How? We don’t know.

I am here to learn more about Homeopathy. Regards, Farzan
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From amembal4444 on 2005-11-27
I have treated successfully my patient suffering from MS and she responded so wonderfully that her brother who is a doctor himself, was dumbstruck. A patient who suffered for 8 years and hospitalized, put under steroids, did not respond to their best treatment, and she stood up in just 2 sittings within 24 hours. This is an individual case. The treatment is still on as the patient told me that the attacks recur in about 2 years time. I am keeping my fingers crossed. This may not be necessarily true for all patients though. The responsive area is the patient's acceptance and mental preparedness for alternative medicines. Homeopathy, on the other hand works wonderfully well, if the patient can give all the symptoms accurately. Unfortunately, this is not possible, as usually there is a drop in memory and alertness. Please give me the details if possible and i will see if i can do something. Try an acupressurist or an acupuncturist. There is definite relief to the patient with these alternative therapies. Magnet therapy also is a complementary and an associate alternative therapy, which i found to be helpful.
I have administered homeopathic medicines too.
1. Aurum met
2. Argentum met
3. Cuprum met
4. Ferrum met
5. Plumbum met
6. Gelsemeium
All in 200 potencies mixed to gether and asked the patient to take 4 pills twice daily for a week.
My patient also suffered from depression and psychological breakdown. I advised her to take Rescue remedy mother tincture 2 drops on the tongue.
I also advised her to drink magnetized water whenever possible.
The overall result was that today she is on a job working from 9.30 to 6.30 monday to friday and very active in her life. I have a complete history of her recovery with many ups and downs during her treatment. But atleast as of now she is perfectly alright.
I am keeping my fingers crossed because my efforts to talk with reputed universities in Canada and New York were in vain as they ridiculed the idea of treatment with alternative medicines for an ailment of such magnitude.
If anyone is genuinely interested in knowing the therapy in acupressure, please be in touch with me. I do not charge for advise. I will be only glad to help people suffering from MS.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From amembal4444 on 2005-11-27
I would like to stress on one important factor about treatment for multiple sclerosis. This ailment is a complex ailment with no etiology. Any therapy, especially alternative therapies which work best for the patient should be accepted and the patient treated with an aim at getting desired results and alleviating the pain and misery of the patient.
Thank you

Dr. Anandrao Amembal
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From beatms on 2006-05-08
I recommend reading my site at reversedms.blogstream.com

...as I look into the gut-nervous system connection and I show how I beat chronic progressive MS and am running again.

-Dave
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From abhinav76 on 2006-05-14
Dear Dr. Hamid / Dr. Amembal,

A friend of mine has just been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and we are looking at alternative medicines for a cure.

We are based in New Delhi, India and are desperately looking for homeopathic doctors here that have treated multiple sclerosis. We would be very much indebted to have your opinion or the contact of any doctors in New Delhi who are experienced in homeopathic treatment of multiple sclerosis.

If it is possible for you to provide your opinion, we can call you or send the symptoms in an email.

Warm regards
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From tumrio on 2006-05-14
Dear MrAbhinav 76. I have learnt of a Delhi based doctor , Dr S. C Madan (MBBS), writer of the book 'Homeopathy cures where allopathy Fails' But I am sorry to say I don't know his Postal address. I am in search for his contact number, as my husband, aged 42yrs, is also an MS patient. One of my friends have promised to get it for me. As soon as I get it, I'll surely let you know.
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From abhinav76 on 2006-05-15
Dear Tumrio,

Thanks a lot for your mail. We will be anxiously waiting for any news regarding his contact number, and will let you know if I find out about any doctor with such experience.

Warm regards,
Abhinav
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Re: Does homeopathy really help cure MS.(Multiple Sclerosis ) From tumrio on 2006-05-15
Dear friend abhinav76,
Thanks for your reply. The book that I told you about is published by Pustak Mahal.If you can contact the publisher, I think he can help you to get the contact number of the doctor- Dr S.C. Madan. If you get in touch with the per5son please don't forget to give the feedback as I'm also in great need.
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Thank you kind sirs!

Again-I've not been diagnosed with MS -but have all the symptoms plus a so many more life is unbearable right now. I have no brain or spine lesions-but I do there are many with what appears to be MS With no lesions.

I am not on any MS meds-but taking sleep/nerve irritation meds currently.

My homeopath prescribed his frist remedy which is i think spelled Agaricus-
I pray that it begins to help heal my body and reverse it's symptoms.
Neurological disease is so frightening and not tolerable.
 
herbqueen last decade
Agaricus- is right.

OKay...fine.
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
My wife had Right eye pain. After visit to two eye doctors,Doctors in Icare hospital in Noida diagnosed Optic Retrobulbar neuritis.Later advised for MRI of brain- which revealed Multiple sclerosis.

She is on Steroid Solumedrol ( Methyl Prednisolone) - 1g administered Intra venous for 5 days.
Right now I am in Icare Hospital,sector 26, noida for the IV steroid infusion - Day 3.

She had been referred to a neurologist. Had consulted a neurologist in a leading hospital but he seems to be a very busy doctor unable to give patients adequate time.

Dr.Pankaj Varma , can I give her Plumbum Met -200 simultaneously.For how many days.



God Bless you all.
 
Gautam 8 years ago
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is very successfully used in MS. Please google for 'Honest Medicine: Effective, Time-Tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life-Threatening Diseases'
and the reviewers gives additional details. LDN is available in India. You may want to work with a friendly doctor locally to monitor and admister this trusted remedy.

In Homoepathy, I would recommend Phosphorus 200, one dose, every other day for a week and you should start seeing the difference in one week.

I am sorry to mention that Dr.Pankaj passed away last year.
 
Reva V 8 years ago
I have been looking for help everywhere I have had ms for 10 years and just had my first really bad flare and I can barley walk I started taken the alumina 200c and have had no change and I also have the alumina 1 m but don't know how I should take it I am a cheer coach and would love to continue doing this but if I can't walk how can I coach please help me get the feeling and strength back in my legs!
 
Mammabee 8 years ago
I put this on other thread also.

go to www.ldners.org and see what low dose naltrexone is doing to help people walk
and help the body.

For those who don't understand, have someone who does explain this treatment
in detail and help you out.
 
simone717 8 years ago

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