CholesteatomaI have a Cholesteatoma in my right ear, likely caused by ear infections as a child. It was surgically removed 4 years ago, including a bone graft, but it has returned. I have seen your online questionnaire and have completed it.
LambdaEnt on 2017-03-21
1. Your age & sex
2. Describe your appearance
• Body type (Very thin, Thin, Medium, Chubby, Fat, Obese)
• Any significant feature (e.g. sunken cheeks, stooped shoulders, thin chest etc.)
Gynecomastia since puberty, had plastic surgery to correct 1 year ago
3. Your profession
4. Describe your personality in at least 20 words (e.g. stubborn, lazy, suicidal, don’t want to work, always in a hurry etc.)
5. How is your relationship with your parents, spouse, siblings, children etc.
Very close to parents, good relationship with spouse, with some emotional/intimacy issues, seeing a counselor
6. If relationship is not ok, what’s wrong and how is it affecting you
7. Do you smoke/drink/drugs, if yes, details of why & since when
Tobacco, recently quit; cannabis for anxiety, since teenager; Wellbutrin, Lexipro, & Buspar prescribed by psychiatrist
8. What is your main health problem & its symptoms
Cholesteatoma in right ear, no pain or discharge, diminished hearing, had surgery 3 years ago, wasn’t successful, tumor has returned.
9. When did this main problem begin
Symptoms began 4 years ago, but cyst had obviously been developing for years.
10. What is the cause of this problem in your view
11. What non-medicinal actions make the main problem better (e.g. massage, warmth, cold, lying down, sitting etc.)
12. What non-medicinal actions make it worse (e.g. massage, warmth, cold, lying down, sitting etc.)
13. How do you feel mentally & emotionally during this problem (e.g. weepy, irritable, restless, sad, hopeless, fear of death etc.)
Nothing in particular
14. What other health problems do you have
15. List down all health problems and when did they start (approximate month & year)
Ear infections as a child, from swimming.
3rd degree burn on right ankle 3 years ago, had skin graft, successful
16. What non-medicinal actions make these other health problems better (explain each problem)
17. What non-medicinal actions make these other health problems worse (explain each problem)
18. What animals or insects are you afraid of
19. What situations are you afraid of (e.g. loneliness, water, heights, closed spaces, ocean, darkness, flying etc)
Large groups of people
20. What occupies your mind mostly
21. How do you respond to consolation & sympathy
22. Do you want to stay alone or with people
23. How is your sleep, if not good, why
24. Do you have any recurring (repeating) dreams, if yes, what do you see
25. Is your complaint affected by weather, if so, which weather affects & how
26. Do you normally feel hot or cold
27. What foods you crave & love (not what you eat due to health or other reasons, rather what you desire)
28. Is there any food that you hate
29. What taste you crave & love (e.g. sweet, salty, sour, bitter)
30. Is there any taste which you hate
31. Do you like warm or cold food
32. Do you want to eat indigestible foods (chalk, lead pencil, mud….)
33. How is your thirst (less, moderate, excessive)
34. Do you have excessively dry lips or mouth or both
35. Do you have any coating on tongue first thing in the morning, if yes
36. Any taste in your mouth first thing in the morning (e.g. bitter, sour, metallic)
37. How is your skin (dry, oily, rough, acne, pustules, boils, psoriasis etc), upload here or email me a picture of the skin problem
38. Details about your perspiration (sweat), answer all these points:
• Where mostly (head, chest, back etc)
• How much (a lot, normal, very less)
• Any strong smell (garlic, onion etc)
• Does it stain, if yes what color (yellow, green, no color)
39. Any problems with eyes/vision, if yes, since when
40. Any problems with ears, nose, throat (e.g. nose always blocked, runny, color of discharge)
41. How is your stool, answer all these points: how often, consistency, any blood, any particular smell etc.
Straining often, daily, no blood, normal smell
42. How is your urine, answer all these points: color, smell, any blood etc.
Normal on all counts
43. How is your sex desire (e.g. no desire, low, moderate, high, very high)
44. Are you satisfied with your sex life, if no, why not
No, partner has issues
45. Males genitals (any problems with erection, any pain, any itching, warts etc.)
46. Female genitals (any pain, itching, warts etc)
47. Females menses details (reply to all these points)
48. What illnesses are running in your family
• Mother’s side
• Father’s side
• Siblings (brother/sister)
49. Are you taking any medicines (allopathic, homeopathic, supplements, acupuncture etc.)
Wellbutrin, Lexipro, Buspar
50. Have you had any surgeries or implants, if yes, give details
5 years ago, appendicitis
4 years ago, cholesteatoma
4 years ago, 3rd degree burn, king graft
2 years ago, gynecomastia, plastic surgery male breast reduction
51. Have you had any long term treatment (physical or psychological), if yes, give details (what, when, where, why, the list of medicines used)
Wellbutrin, Lexipro, Buspar
52. What homeopathic remedies have you taken in the past (potency, dosage, approx. time frame)
LambdaEnt last yeartake nitric acid 200 3pills twice daily for 3days and wait for 1week..
report after 1week
♥ drthoufeequebhms last yearOk. Other articles on here suggested Calcarea Carbonica 200C. Just confirming.
LambdaEnt last yearthere are maily 2 remedies calcarea and nitric acid..i differentiated these two..most suited to you is nit acid.
report after taking nitric acid ..
♥ drthoufeequebhms last year
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