loss of apetite and general weakness plus depressionHi sir,
Hoping you are fine.
I want to consult a case with you, my father is 62 years old still doing a job in textile mill. He was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in his early age. He also did electro homeopathy to do self medication. As he had waived entrust on the doctors. Virus quantum was little and LFT was ok.
But he had vaccination(tablets instead of injections) for Hepatitis to get rid of hepatitis phobia but instead of improvement in general health he is telling about the physical problems listed below. My mother has passed away about one year ago. He also Feels lonely as our family is very small. I and my wife live with him.
After hepatitis C treatment, my father is having following symptoms,
Loss of appetite
No constipation normally but even if he takes omeprazole or isomeprazole, this medicine instead of improving the appitite, results in motion. He sometime says that after having food he uses to go to washroom for stool passing. Sometime he feels pain in stomach(gargrahat).
Blood sugar low
Blood pressure low
Tention(he thinks a lot) , fear, acidity
Tastless food n water(munh ka zaeqa karwa, food and water doesn, t feel him taste good), Mouth waters...
He takes medicine as he also suffers with insomnia. After getting on pills he still feels dullness and wants to sleep again.
He has started to avoid the foods by claiming that, this is because of milk, or i'm eating rice so this may b a reason of my symptoms. I mean he is avoiding food with excuses.
Kindly recommened the homeopathic medicines so that i can see him happy and healthy. Go through the case thoroughly pleasssse.
amirmunirmughal on 2017-07-05
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