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Hello Doctor,
My father is a COPD asthma patient.He has been taking foracort 200 metered dosage inhaler two puffs twice daily.Tiate inhaler 2 puffs once daily and duolin if needed.He has been suffering from this disease since last 3 years.Now spasm increases.Now local doctor advised him to take montek lc once daily in night just before bed.After taking this medicine his wheezing almost stop.But for last two days spasm and wheezing noticed.His bowel is not clear.He has to go lavatory every night.is there any good medicine in homeopathy which can cure him?
 
  bapan on 2012-01-16
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Daer Bapan,

Please provide with following information:

1) How old is your father and what is his weight?
2) Hope he doesnot smoke now?
3) Does he have any digestion problem?
4) Does he gets proper sleep?
5) Let me know the frquency of attack of c-ashtama?
6) What is the food like ( breakfast-lunch-dinner) with timing? Also brief about the medicine with timing.
7) Does he have any other health problem like Hypertension,blood sugar etc. ?
8) Can he move (walk), what is the breathing like during walking?
9) Any known cause of trigger of ashtama?

Before going ahead with the treatment i would request you to be particular regarding the health update of your father on regular bases. Which will help me in better understanding of your fathers health. Hope you will adhere to that.


Regards,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 8 years ago
1)My father is 64 years old and weight is 75 kgs.height 5feet7 inches.
2)He does not smoke now.
3)No he does not have any digestion problem.
4)His sleep was not proper but after taking montelukast and levocerizine combination his sleep is proper.
5)The main problem is wheezing and sometimes spasm.
6)in breakfast bread and tea at 8.30 a.m. in lunch rice pulse fish and spinach at 1.15 p.m in dinner two wheat roti with curry and milkat 9.30 p.m.In morning foracort inhaler 2 puffs and tiate inhaler 2 puffs.at afternoon and night mucodyne syrup.At evening foracort inhaler 2 puffs.In night alfoo one tab for enlarged prostate.Before bed montek lc one tab in night.
7)He has got enlarged prostate problem.
8)His wheezing increases while physical exertion(sometimes not).
9)Till unknown.
 
bapan 8 years ago
Dear Bapan,

1) Is the cause of not getting sleep is frequent urination?
2) Any kidney-Urin.Trac. related problem at present or in past?
3) Any blood in urine incident ?
4) Explain spasm and its location ? Is it related to prostate problem or some other location?
5) Any body injury in the past?
6) Requesting to avoid any strainous activity for time being ! Daily walk is very much help ful.
7) What happens if he dont take two puffs in a day? How much unrest will he feel, will it be a emergency situation?
8) How about mucus ? colour? Quantity?


Tips for Coping with an Enlarged Prostate:

1) For night-time frequency drink as little fluid as possible after 6:00 p.m.
2) It is important to avoid caffeine-containing liquids (tea, coffee, fizzy colas). At the very least, don't drink caffeinated or alcoholic beverages after dinner.
3) Get up and urinate as soon as you feel the first night-time urge. Wait approximately a minute or two and try to urinate again. If you get a fair amount out, repeat this one more time.
4) Relax, or learn to relax if you don't know how through meditation, relaxation techniques and calming music.
5) Reduce the fat content of your diet and try to lose weight naturally if you suffer with obesity.
6) Avoid cold weather if possible.
7) Soak in a warm bath or hot tub for 20 minutes (maximum) two or three times per day. The heat of the water will penetrate the prostate to reduce swelling and promote healing. (Don’t exceed 20 minutes at a time, as this can lead to sperm motility problems and possible infertility).
8) Avoid prolonged sitting.

What will happen if (allopathic) prostate medicine is stopped for say five days ? What can be the complication ?

I would like to tackle ashtama symptoms on priority. Puffing can (that is my strong feeling)antidote the treatment with no desired result.

Waiting for your reply.

Regards,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 8 years ago
1)Now his sleep is ok after taking alfoo tablet for prostate.
2)no
3)No
4)Bronchial spasm.
5)he had broken his wrist 3 years ago.
7)May be this is not possible.
8)Mucous is white.lower in quantity.
 
bapan 8 years ago
Dear Bapan,

'What is not possible we make it possible' just need your support.

1) Any instance when puffing was not taken, what was the day like (health symptoms) on that day?

2) When is attack more acute, early morning or after meal during night time etc.

3) Is it that mucous is rattling inside the LUNGS and not comming out ?

4) Does he cough ? what is the sound like - is it mucous trapped sound or dry cough sound ?

5) Did he took any food/environment allergy test ? what is he more prone to ?

7) Does climate change triggers the attack?

8) Does sneezing and cold triggers the attack?

Regards,
Nikkie.
[message edited by Nikkie on Thu, 19 Jan 2012 05:35:43 GMT]
 
Nikkie 8 years ago
1)Till not observed.
2)early morning and sometimes after meal and before bed also.
3)no.
4)yes,no whooping cough and not dry cough.
5)no.Don't know.
6)May be.
7)cough increases his spasm.
 
bapan 8 years ago
Dear Bapan,

Ask to stop taking puffs ( foracort and tiate), check how the system response. In case something unbearable he can take the puffs.

Update me accordingly.

Regards,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 8 years ago

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