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Need homeopath to take Inguinal Hernia case of 16 yr boy

I am desperately looking for a homeopath on this website who can take my 16 yr old son's case of Inguinal Right side Hernia. Hernia does reduce back. Since we found it out 4 yrs back, we make sure that he doesn't remain constipated. I am not able to find a good homeopath doctor in my area. Really appreciate if somebody is willing to help.
  suna711 on 2011-02-02
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If your 16 year old son has been diagnosed by a surgeon with Inguinal Hernia you will only be wasting your time looking for a Homeopathic cure.

You are advised to consult a surgeon who will use the Mesh technique to close the Hernia. This is a simple operation and is usually done in under half hour on a OPD basis. He can rest for about half hour and will have to be driven home.

Give him Arnica 30c in the Wet dose twice before surgery with an interval of 3 hours between each dose and give him the Arnica every 2 hours after surgery on the first day and every 3 hours on the second day and he will find that he is not in any pain at all within 4 hours post surgery.

I know because I was in surgery 2 years ago for the same problem and I surprised the nursing staff by walking out of my room overnight as my surgery was done in the afternoon.

I am 82 years of age.

The Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy is made as follows:

Order the remedy in the Ethanol pack also referred to as Liquid Dilution in a bottle preferably with a dropper arrangement.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake the bottle hard before you sip a capfull of the bottle or a large teaspoonful which is the dose.
Shaking the bottle hard is homeopathic succussion and this shaking must be done at least 6 times before sipping a capful of the bottle as prescribed.
Joe De Livera last decade
Are you wanting to avoid surgery?

Depending on the advanced state of the hernia, there may be no choice but to surgically repair the tear. This is one of the things orthodox medicine can actually do well.

After that, as Joe has suggested, a medicine to speed the healing might be appropriate.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
To David

I wonder if you have realized that for the first time you have agreed with my diagnosis and therapy.

I have prescribed this therapy after having having gone through surgery for an Inguinal Hernia recently and as I stated in my previous post, having refused the analgesic which in this case was Voltaran 500mg which I was offered by the nurse a few hours after surgery. I had previous experience of using Arnica 30c about 10 years ago after a Retropubic Prostatectomy when I surprised the nursing staff and the surgeon in a hospital in the US when I refused to use the Morphine that was connected to my IV line.

You may have observed that the therapy I prescribe is usually based on my own personal experience in using the remedy I prescribe, or in other cases after careful observation of the effect that the remedy has on the patient. I do not, as you are aware, use the symptomatic approach to 'treating the totality of the symptoms the patient presents with one remedy' as I discovered 2 decades ago that this approach invariably did not work.

I am indeed very surprised when world renowned Homeopaths like George Vithourkas categorically reject using Arnica both before and after surgery and it is then that I take umbrage and insist on putting the record straight. I have also discussed this same therapy with Luc de Schepper in some detail personally and he was not so adamant as GV to reject my therapy as I was living proof of the success of my Joepathy.

Thank you for your comments.

Joe De Livera last decade
I am happy to agree with you when you give good advice Joe.

I am happy to disagree with you when you begin this foolishness.

Homoeopathy built its repuation on its cures. Do you really think that until you came along, no homoeopath was curing using the law of similars and the single remedy? Perhaps you also think Hahenmann was a fraud? He just made it all up and generation after generation of homoeopaths perpetrated this terrible lie. Perhaps you think I am one of these charlatans, filling the poor unsuspecting public with my 'classical' nonsense, all the while stealing their money and never curing one of them.

Until you came along and alone amongst all those on the planet using homoeopathy, and saw the truth. That every homeoeopath before you had been wrong.

Such hubris.

I am sure this will start you on another rant. Feel free, I won't be bothering to check back on this post.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
'Egotism is the anesthetic that dulls the pain of stupidity.'

Frank Leahy
Joe De Livera last decade
Go to a doctor!
Hey Ho last decade
Please describe ur present symptoms and which side hernia it is. How big it is till now?

Dr. Showrav
Dr. Showrav last decade
Dr. Showrav,
Thanks for your response. The hernia is on the right side. It is in right now. He is able to do his normal exercises and play basketball etc. but when he exerts more, it pushes out. He is generally constipated and the gas traps inside which hurts sometimes. As I understand, if he has good bowel movement everyday, he stays fine. And, he tries to be particular on his diet.
Please prescribe a remedy. I really do appreciate your help in this case.
suna711 last decade

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