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Fungal/yeast infections.. would anybody please take my case

Hi I am 22,female. I had an infected belly button few days back which the doctor told was due to poor hygiene. The symptoms were wetness in belly button with a foul smell. The skin inside belly button looks whitish (somewhat like athletes foot that occurs between the toes). He had given me antibiotic medicine and an antifungal powder. This infection has not yet cleared up and now I have swelling in my private parts. No itchiness, no burning, just swelling. Is there any treatment for fungal/yeast infection in homeopathy? I google searched and it showed r82 antifungal drops so I was taking it from today itself. Any advice from the doctors here? Thanks in advance
 
  Miserable on 2018-06-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
We have no specific medicine for any disease. But we can treat your ailments considering the totality of symptoms and your constitution.
 
Dr R Basu 4 years ago
Thanks for the reply sir. Would you please suggest any medicine. My symptoms as of now are wetness in the belly button with stinky smell. Not sure if that's puss or anything. And the skin inside has turned sort of whitish. And from today I am having swelling in my private parts as well. These are the only symptoms. I am sorry this is my first time trying homeopathy so dont know what more information is required
 
Miserable 4 years ago
Let me know your detailed ailments right now along with following:
Country:
City:
Body weight?
Sex
Height
Age
BP
If female, Last Menstrual Period, How long it stays.
When you wake at morning
When yo go to bed
What you do
What's your daily diet
How much water you drink everyday
Any Digestion issue
Any mood swing
Any issue with sleep
Any issue in gaining/losing weight.
 
Dr R Basu 4 years ago
My main concern is the belly button infection, the wetness and discoloration. I had taken r82 thrice today and I have noticed that the swelling in private parts has reduced a lot so that's an improvement.
Other details are-
Country: India
City: Indore
Body weight? 54
Sex female
Height 5'3''
Age 22
BP normal
If female, Last Menstrual Period, How long it stays. 16th, 3-4days
When you wake at morning: around 6 or 6:30am
When yo go to bed:around 12 or 12:30am
What you do: student, freelance writer
What's your daily diet: I don't follow any diet as such, just home cooked food. In breakfast I have daliya or oats, for lunch dal, veggies and roti, for dinner again some veggies with roti
How much water you drink everyday 3liters
Any Digestion issue: no
Any mood swing : yes sometimes. I get irritated easily. Sometimes I'm depressed. But not always, most of the time I'm doing fine
Any issue with sleep:no
Any issue in gaining/losing weight:no
 
Miserable 4 years ago
Take
1.Day 1:Silicea 200 4 pills at morning
2.Day 2:Silicea 200 4 pills at Morning
Day 3 to 10: No medicine
Report thereafter.
 
Dr R Basu 4 years ago
Ok thanks. I'll get the med today and report after 10 days. Thanku so much doc
 
Miserable 4 years ago
use the following:

TOPI AZADIRACHTA CREAM & Topi - Heal cream daily twice after proper cleaning of affected area.

BC - 20 (from Schwabe) daily 5 pills X 3 times a day for 2 weeks.
 
Arjun1 4 years ago
I am really sorry for not being able to give an update. Actually the infection had become really bad and there was bleeding from my belly button. I was really freaked out and had to go see an allopathic doc
 
Miserable 4 years ago
Best wishes for your quick recovery. Get well soon.
Thanks.
 
Dr R Basu 4 years ago

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