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Azoospermia and sulfanilamide

PHARMACY- Sulfa. Sulfamilamide. The base product is a para-amino-phenyl sulfamide. Historical dose:All potencies, 5c to 30c. Planets: Moon.
HISTORY- In medicine, Sulfamilamide is known in one form as Exoseptoplix. It was the active part in the decomposition of prontosil which was used in experiments by Domagk in 1935. The Homeopathic proving of Sulfamilamide was conducted by Sutherland, who used 3x, 6x and the 200th potency.
HOMEOPATHIC- Sulfa. Has a slowing down of all physical and metal functions. Halt in development and puberty comes late in the child. Myxedema. Fatigue, general weariness indefinable discomfort with giddiness or vertigo. Febrile condition with rash, aching, conjunctivitis, which may be accompanied by fever with shivering, pain in the joints increase in leucocytes with granulocytosis. Goiter.
General indefinable discomfort with apathy. Hypoglycemic conditions. Paresis and muscular atrophy of the feet and hands. Thyroid deficiency and congestion of the thyroid gland. Cramping pains in the hypogastric region. Heart rhythmic anomaly, cyanosis and comatose condition. Cyanosis with violet or livid coloring of the lips, nose,ears, fingertips. Oliguria and kidney colic. Vesicular eruptions.
CLINICAL- Addison’s disease. Audio-visual disorders. Cyanosis Delirium. Dermatitis. Myxedema. Schizophrenia. Thyroid deficiency.
Modalities- Better from hot compresses. Better from discharges.
MIND-Indolence, apathy, state of confusion. Idea association complaints. Concentration complaints. Alternating psychological condition: at times happy, joyful, then sad and dejected. Difficulty in determining contrasts and shapes. Attacks of delirium. Schizophrenia.
Mental backwardness. Clouded mental state. Cyclical moods. Loss of memory for graphic movements and for sounds and words. Loss of memory with diminution in auditory acuity. Physical and mental apraxia.
Abdomen – Sensation of fullness. Pain in the hypogastric region. Cramping abdominal pains. Congestion of the liver with alternate constipation and diarrhea.Jaundice.Gastric and duodenal ulcer.Jaundice.
Blood- Anemia.Aplastic anemia. Chronic leukemia. Thrombopenia. Hemolytic anemia. Acetone elimination in the urine or excessive nitrogen in the blood. Agranulocytosis syndrome with fever, leucopenia, necrotic angina and light hemorrhaging of the skin and mucous membranes.
Chest- Pain and heat in the chest.
Ears- Pustules and papules on the outer ear. Buzzing in the ears, as if produced by bell. Bilateral diminution in auditory acuity. Deafness through atrophy of the auditory nerve. Menieres disease. Boils in the auditory canal.
Eyes- Chemosis of the left eye. Stye on the lower left eyelid. Eruption of yellow pustules on the edge of the eyelids. Cloudiness of the crystalline lens or capsule. Cataract.Hemorrhaging of the retina. Optic neuritis.
Face- Acne of the chin.
Food- Hypoglycemic syndrome with condition of weakness, sweating, hunger pangs and tendency to faint with or without convulsions. Loss of appetite.
Head- Frontal or occipital headache increasing towards evening.
Heart- Rhythmic anomaly, especially in elderly people.
Kidneys-Chronic interstitial nephritis. Slow urination, urinary stream weak. Paresis of the bladder with retention of urine. Urine cloudy. Oliguria. Presence of porphyrin in the urine. Hematuria.Uremia.Kidney stones. Kidney colic.
Limbs- Severe muscular pains. Pain in the right leg. Acrocyanosis with formication and numbing of the limbs of the legs. Acute rheumatism. Sciatica. Neuritic. Especially sciatic pains. Pain and weakness in the small muscles of the feet and hands. Progressive symmetrical muscular atrophy. Beginning in the hands. Paresis or paralysis of the feet with muscular atrophy and absence of the Achilles. Reflex.
Lungs. –Dyspnea, difficulty in breathing deeply. Bronchail asthma.
Male – Inhibition of the production of spermatozoa. Male sterility.
Nose- Pustules in the left nasal fold. Sneezing. Boils.
Rectum- Alternate constipation and diarrhea.
Skin- Burns. Acne of the chin. Burning popular and pustular eruptions. Eruptions ameliorated by hot compresses and by discharges. Measles-type, urticarial eruptions.Dermatitis. Sycosis the beard. Chronic eczema. Pityriasis rubra. Erythema. Pigmentation disorders of the skin. Vesicular eruption on uncovered areas exposed to the sun.Dermatitis from photosensitization.
Stomach- Nausea, vomiting.
Temperature- Basal metabolism reduced.
Vertigo- Vertigo with nausea, ameliorated in the open air and by leaning forwards.
COMPARE-(1) Ars.- Anxiety and agitation, especially between 1a.m. and 3 a.m. Burning pains. Edema of the lower eyelids. Thirsty for small amounts of iced water. Vomiting and diarrhea with severe prostration. Oppression. Scaly. Burning eruptions and itching., Worse between 1 a.m. and 3a.m. (2) Cresol – Asthenia with euphoria. Loquacious mood, talks nonstop. Paresis of water legs with araxia. Hypertrophy of the muscules in the hands. Hypertension and oliguria. Hardening of the cartilages. Thickening and hardening of the skin. Itching,pigmented erythema of the skin.(3) Cic- Convulsions, contraction of the muscles of the entire body. Pupils dilated. Pustular eruptions with thick yellow scabs.
  deoshlok on 2005-11-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
But sulphanilamide dont cure all the cases of Azoospermia.
sajjadakram635 last decade
This is the article only single drugs will not help you have to read the mental symptom of the patient. If suits then it will work you can cure the azoospermia from aconite,ars,gelsmium too.
deoshlok last decade

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