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Achalasia

My 41 year old son has developed achalasia.
The nerves in his esophogus have become damaged, losing the ability to properly squeeze food down.
The muscular valve (sphincter) between esophogus and stomach doesn't fully relax, making it difficult for food to
Pass into stomach.

I hope you know something that could help this problem!

I must say, I have been helped myself many times in the past. Recently a necrotic cyst shrinkage, which resulted
in surgery avoidance!

Many thanks, many times!
 
  barb.chadha on 2018-06-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Does he feels a lump like sensation in the throat that cannot be swallowed?

Does he feels better when swallowing solids and finds liquids harder to swallow?

Does he feel sensation of a ball rising in throat ?

Everything he swallows seems to have lodged in the esophagus,with heartburn etc?

HE can only swallow liquids and often vomits ?

Please pen down maximum symptoms to choose the correct remedy.
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Yes, sometimes,he feels a lump like sensation in his throat.

Both liquids and solids are hard to swallow.

Yes he feels like a ball is rising in his throat when he is eating.

No, he doesn't have heartburn.

No, he can eat and drink everything, but always has to drink hot tea with it.
And he cannot drink cold water, which seems to tighten the (sphincter) muscle.

He doesn't vomit, but sometimes gags up saliva.

All night long the saliva is coming up and aspirating into the lungs, and he is constantly coughing.
 
barb.chadha 3 years ago
IGNATIA 30, 5 DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TIMES A DAY.

MAG PHOS 6X AND NAT SULPH 6X, 5 TABS OF EACH IN ADDITION THREE TIMES A DAY.

FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Son is feeling a bit better, but still difficult to get cold liquids down.
He ha x-rays done with barium swallow and it showed narrowing of esopuohus where it junctions in the stomach.which is where it becomes difficult to get food down.
Also above that the esophagus is dilated where the food remains for a while when it can't go down.
 
barb.chadha 3 years ago
IT WILL TAKE SOME TIME BEFORE HE FEELS GOOD.CONTINUE THE SAME PROTOCOL,IN ADDITION START CALC FLOUR 12X, 5 TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.

YOU HAVE TO ACCEPT THE FACT THIS IS A CONDITION DIFFICULT TO CURE.

BUT RELIEF WILL BE THERE IN DUE COURSE OF TIME.

GIVE WEEKLY FEEDBACKS.
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Hello - I am the person in question having the Achalasia difficulties. My mother posted for me, above. I understand that the problem may take a while to be fixed. At present, I am still experiencing the issue, although I’ve learned to lessen the effects somewhat through meditation, acupuncture, choosing the right foods, and perhaps the homeopathy.

Question: I received unsolicited advice from a friend that I should take Carbo Veg in high dose. Do you recommend this in combination with what you already prescribed? If so, what dose? Thanks
 
Psps1415 3 years ago
IN DETAILED SYMPTOMS ARE REQUIRED FOR PERUSING THE CASE.YOU CAN SEE THE SYMPTOMS POSTED BY BARB CHADHA.
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
The symptoms she posted are accurate. That is what I am experiencing. Achalasia is a disorder where the esophagus has impared motility (muscles don’t fire in sync to push the food down with any force) and the sphincter muscle at the junction of the esophagus and stomach doesn’t relax to open and let the food down. If I eat the wrong food or eat anything quickly, I feel the food being stuck in the esophagus.

I am taking the four treatments you recommended three times a day and have been for weeks now. Should I continue that? Does it matter when I eat after taking the pills? Should I wait 30 minutes? A friend recommended I also take high dose Carbo Veg. Do you think I should take Carbo Veg?
 
Psps1415 3 years ago
YOU MEAN THREE WEEKS.AFTER SEEING THE ABOVE POST.

YOU HAVE NOT STATED HOW YOU FEEL WITH REFERENCE TO THE PAST.I HAD NOT RECOMMENDED CARBO VEG.

GIVE A 30 MINS GAP BEFORE OR AFTER MEALS.

CARBO VEG --AFTER TAKING IT DO YOU NOTICE ANY DIFFERENCE?
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
I started taking the three remedies you recommmended a few days after you made your post, so yes, almost three weeks ago. Then I started taking the fourth a few days after you recommended that as well. I mentioned already that I feel a little bit better, but it might be a combination of meditation and eating different foods. The homeopathy may help a little, but I am not sure. I’ve also mentioned that the problem is still there and what it is that I am experiencing currently. Do you want me to restate it?

I have not taken any Carbo Veg. As I said, it was recommended to me in high dose by a friend and I am asking you for an opinion on it. Do you think I should take it? Will it have any counter affects on what I am taking currently?

Should I continue what I am doing or should three weeks be enough time for me to see clear results?
 
Psps1415 3 years ago
IN SUCH CASES THREE WEEKS RE NOT SUFFICIENT YOU WILL HAVE TO GIVE 7-8 MONTHS,WITH EVERY FEED BACK YOU SHOULD WRITE DOWN WHAT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN NOTED.

YOU WILL HAVE TO CONTINUE BECAUSE THIS IS A DIFFICULT PROBLEM TO GET RID OF.

IT WILL NOT HAVE ANY COUNTER AFFECT.
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Ok thanks you. I will add Carbo Veg.
 
Psps1415 3 years ago

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