From: Mandi Baha Ud Din, Punjab, Pakistan
Name: Waqar Anjum
Weight: 62 KG
i am having liver problerm from 2010, visited allopathic as well as homeopathic doctors of the area, there was temporary recovery from every medine. now it has worsen and after a test results are as under
1. Hepatic parenchymal disease with spleenomegaly
2. acalculus cholecystitis
3. left sided mild hydronephrosis.
also i have stomach problem (constipation, loss of appetite and gas), bkloody pilesand pain at anus after stool.
color of face has turned greyish black, nails are whitish and test show low Hb, low lymphocyte and platelets. in the last too much weakness.
any treatment option and advice?
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ghaier on 2015-02-02
4 Height and Weight
5 Main problem
6 Any other problem
7 The problem is better or worse from (heat/cold/movement/rest/pressure)
8.Appetite and thirst (excessive/ normal/less) with likes and dislikes for different tastes and food.
9 Preference for climate (hot/moderate/cold/dry/wet)
10 quantity and quality of sleep with preffered position.
11 dreams if any.
12 Perspiration (how much and where)
13 Stool (hard/soft/normal) and frequency.
14 Urine (quantity/colour/frequency) difficulty if any.
15 Describe yourself as a person.
16 Opinion of other people close to you about yourself (extremely helpful to the doctor if provided)
17 Family medical history (parents/ grand parents/brothers/sisters)
18 Treatment taken in the past.
19 present medication if any
20. any other information you would like to provide.
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