our complete family is using homeopathic medicines for the past 7 years for any medical problems ....
we did'nt go for all allopathy at anycost since this 7 years....
my younger sister aged 12 was suffering from typhoid for the past 2 months....after a month also the fever has'nt reduced....also she got rashes in her legs,hands,
thys ....soon she developed dark spots in her legs ,hands..
our family homeopathic doctor doubted that she may have some internal problem which would be the cause of rashes along with fever....our doctor suggested for complete checkup of her body...
since there was no reduction in fever we preferred allopathic treatment....
The doctors gave antibiotic(biotax-o)which reduced her fever dratically within 3 days
but the dark spots was still visible.....
the bloodtest reported that she may have
'sle'(systematic lupus erythematosus).The allopathic doctors are telling that she is not having symptoms of
'sle' but her blood test result proved to be positive which means that she is developing 'sle'....
Now she is not having fever,cold...but rashes is still there..she is having correct weight and height..
My question is that whether she will get fever again,if she gets fever it will be a serious problem
since my sister is only 12 years whether she will get 'sle' in this young age ..
can we prevent this disease
what is needed to prevent her disease..
we believe that homeopathic treatment is safe since allopathy produce side effects....
All the above we are beliving the almighty...
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hemalatha on 2005-12-05
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