Guess the remedyHere is a case treated on classical homeopathy basis with cure for benefit of members.
Pt is a female,aged 38 years.
Chief complaint:Pain in chest in precordial region for last one year.
Pain is of pins and needle prickle type.pain worsens on exertion of any kind .Patient can not walk even 100meters without gtting pain.
Household work not at possible for her.
No associated complaints.
No past h/o any major illness.
Pt looks sad.
Her husband also says that she keeps on weeping at night,worried also.No desire to work.
Pt is tall of about 170 cms, wt is only 42 kg.
On querry, pt confirms her thermal state to chilly.
Her face looks oily.
On her left forearm I find a vesicular eruption,mild itching.
No food desire/aversions.
Thirst i normal.
Perspiration absent,even in warm weather.
apetite is low.
Menstrual history normal.
Patient is sensitive to drafts,can not tolerate fan at low speed.
Routine Blood counts are normal.
Fasting Blood Sugar/post Meal sugar levels are normal.
Cholesterol levls also normal.
X ray chest showed calcified tubercular lesions.(healed koch's)
ECG(elctrocardiogram) showed st- t wave changes in lateral leads.
Pt was treated by allopaths without any improvement,to the extent that patient's husband spent one year's earning for treatment.
Pt was treated homeopathically.
she is cured .
No symptoms for last two years.
Pt gains wt,now it is 68 kg.
Guess the remedy?
dr_sadhwani on 2004-04-29
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