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Severe reactions to certain foods, rage 30 yo male


Patient ID: Severe reactions to certain foods adultSex: Male Age: 30

1. Describe your main suffering? 

I have developed severe reactions to certain foods - specifically sugar, gluten, dairy. The result of these (depending on which i eat) is severe depression, weakness of body (especially legs), extreme rage/anger (I am almost never angry normally). Not to mentionthe normal bodily disagreeances like ferocious gas, and etc.. 
I do get very hazy white and foggy vision when i excercise or run a lot (in basketball) and it's very hard to focus my vision. There are a variety of other reactions but those are the most prominent. 

2. What other physical sufferings do you have in your body? 
I did lose my hair and have loud cracking in my hips, ankles and knees. I suffer from a long-term scabies infection (6 years… also began 2016). Redness at outside corners of my eyes. Bad acid reflux that comes up into my mouth at night triggered by tomatoes or maybe gluten free pasta, gluten free cereal. Teeth grinding at night. Weak shoulders. Tight feeling in body, strong desire to stretch all the time.

3. What mental sufferings / feelings do you have associated with your physical sufferings? Extreme depression and rage (all usually blows over in a few hours or at most half a day) . I haven’t felt this rage for a over a month.

4. What exactly do you feel when you are at your worst? 
Rageful. Wanting to smash things - extremely short with people and want to tell them to shut up and go away. 1000% different than my normal attitude. Im very chill and loving and social but when imflaring I genuinely hate everything and everyone. Processes become extremely complicated and I take things personally when they dont work (like electronics) 

5. When did it all start? Can you connect it to any past event or disease? Possibly triggered by my parents bad divorce in 2015. However when i returned from traveling abroad in 2016 I started to notice dairy intolerance (possible allergy) and then lost my ability to digest gluten and sugar in 2018.
I also got a severe case of scabies right before my first intolerance of dairy starting. I  have had trouble getting rid of them despite every possible attack.

6. Which time of the day you are worst? Middle of the day but mostly depends when i eat something wrong. Middle of the day tho usually. 

7. What are the things which aggravate your suffering and which are those which ameliorate the same? eating anything I am intolerant to. Not eating enough or often enough. Lack of sleep a little bit.

Usually just waiting it out helps.. breathing exercises, talking to my sister, running, exercises, meditation, prayer 

8. Do your think your sufferings have relation to any external stimuli (like, change of place) or any internal biological changes in the body, like, menses (in females)? Not sure..  but i change places a lot and have never noticed 

9. When do you feel better, during hot weather or cold weather, humid or dry weather? Definitely with sunshine.

10. Describe your general mental set up? Are you Moody, Arrogant, Mild, Agreeable Changeable, Nervous, Suspicious, Easily offended, Quiet, Arguing, Irritating, Lazy etc: In general i'm generous, patient, kind, thoughtful, present, social, and introspective. 

- How do you feel before or during a thunderstorm? I love thunderstorms. I feel excited before and during and kind of disappointed when they end 

- Do you like being consoled during your tough times? Noooope. When I’m angry It's best to leave me alone and head for the hills. If im depressed, then quality time and gentle conversation helps. Not trying to fix it but just allowing me to tofeel what im feeling and validating it as real. 
- Are you sensitive to external stimuli like smell, noise, light etc? Im super sensitive to lights. It pains my eyes and sometimes even feels like my eye is being struck when exposed to light. Specifically sensitive to artificial light, not sunlight.
I literally move my sideview and rearview mirrors out of the way at night. I cant see anything but the lights from cars are so painful its better that way. Noise distracts and irritates me if im trying to focus. 

- Do you have any typical habit or gesture like nail biting, causeless weeping, talking to one self etc? 
I bite my nails but to trim them not absent mindedly.  I stretch a lot - but thats cause my body just always feels tight 
- How do you feel about your friends, family, your children and especially your husband / wife? Extremely blessed and thankful for them. Sometimes sad about our family dynamic, sometimes very sad about our relationships growing up.  Always wishing for closer bonds. 

11. What are your fears and do you dream of any situation repeatedly? 
Fear of commitment, people retracting their love, fear of boring and meaningless life.

No repeat bad dreams

12. What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions? I dont crave sweets since i cut sugar. I guess i dont crave anything much any more 

13. How is your thirst: Less, Normal or Excessive? normal
14. How if your hunger: Less, Normal or Excessive?normal/more
15. Is there any kind of food which your body can’t stand? Gluten dairy sugar. I hate peas and beans lol
16. Is your sweat normal or less or more? Where does it sweat more: Head, Trunk or Limbs? normal sweat normal places

17. How is your bowel movement and stool type? normal 

18. How well do you sleep? Do you have a particular posture of sleeping? 
My Sleep is good. Ichange from back to stomach to side depending on the night - but i think i stick with the same position i start with 

19. Do you think you are able to satisfy your sexual desires in general? yes

20. How do you think you are different from others, if at all? Very emotionally intelligent, extreme intuition and empathy. I listen to learn and enjoy hearing about others.  I am very present 

21. What medications have been taken earlier by you to treat the diseases and do you have any particular symptom surfacing after the medication? I take invecticin for my scabies right now. I was taking vitamins for a while to try and cure my gut. No real meds though 

22. What major diseases are running in your family?Thyroid issues and c-ncer

23. Describe, how do you look like? Describe your overall appearance 6'3, thin but muscular and healthy. 0 body fat ... Fair complexion, blue eyes, blonde hair. Brown discoloration on top of forehead from sun exposure. Some freckles, not many moles. Skin is dull, lacks luster. Skin around eyes sullen and slightly sunken. Some fine wrinkles on forehead.
  Britsta on 2022-07-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The root cause of most of this is gut imbalance. We have to have an alkaline ph of our cells. After years of repeating acidic food choices and also having antibiotics(which destroy gut bacteria) the cells turn to acid ph and you get acid reflux and nothing digests right. Many times there is also candida going on bc the normal amount of candida overgrows when the other gut bacteria are reduced.
To actually cure this you must change your diet for around 3weeks.Stop all the dairy. Google alkaline forming food and acid forming food. Stick to protein/veggies and no junk food, citrus food/drink,coffee, tea etc.
Buy a probiotic that has several strains of bacteria to repopulate your gut biome.You will have to experiment with what probiotic works well with you.
If you have a white coated tongue that means you have candida and buy a candida cleanse product.
You can start taking nat phos 6x which is a homeopathic cell salt-You can find Hylands brand on Amazon. Take 3 tabs before or after a meal twice a day for a week. This reduces the acid, but it’s not a permanent cure if the gut ecosystem is unbalanced.
[Edited by simone717 on 2022-07-08 17:59:06]
simone717 10 months ago
Thank you so much for your time and reply!
I think he failed to mention in his questionnaire that he has been off of dairy, sugar, and gluten for years and is very strict. He cooks almost all of his own food, eats mostly veggies and meat/eggs. I will encourage him to take probiotics, but I’m pretty sure he’s been taking those as well.
However, while I am not a professional, I am under the impression that homeopathy aids in the healing process and stimulates the body to heal itself. Will the nat phos help with the healing of the gut? Is there another remedy that could speed up the healing in his gut? Since he has completely changed his lifestyle for the last few years he is hoping to find something to boost the healing process.
Thank you!
Britsta 10 months ago
The nat phos is like the Homeo equivalent of an antacid. The 6x is a cell salt-There are 12remedies when taken in potency of 12x and lower have a micro mineral content and the usage of these is when the cells are healthy then you are also. Cell salts often correct things early and then no disease develops.
I am presently helping a person who is dealing with almost exact same as your brother. They also have a clean strict diet for years.
1. is there evidence of Candida?
2. What has been taken for scabies? Is that still going on?
3. I have found that homeopathy does not work that well with food allergies and after doing diet changes and food allergies still there -it’s best to avoid the trigger foods.
4. Has he had tests, like CBC, liver enzymes, colonoscopy, etc?
[Edited by simone717 on 2022-07-08 21:31:34]
simone717 10 months ago
Hi! Sorry for the delay, I was looking for the bloodwork info and found it so that should help!
To answer your questions:
1. He seems to have no more signs of Candida and has taken ivermectin recently, so I think that would have killed it if it wasn’t already gone.
2. He has used everything recommending to kill them: the topical cream, neem, and just recently ivermectin for weeks along with Silicea 200c. The scabies seem to have been resolved after that. He is uncomfortable using the allopathic drugs for this long-term as he is worried it will further harm his health. Of course, he has been following all the other protocols ie washing sheets and clothes every day in hot water, using borax, etc. He wears long pants and shirts at home to avoid passing them onto furniture but he is very clean and tidy in general. Unfortunately the scabies came back a couple weeks ago. I recommended that he try Sulphur 200c (based on many symptoms) which he just started and has been helping as he has seen no new eruptions. However, his scabies tend to suppress when he treats them and then come back so we won’t know for a while if they are gone or just suppressed.
3. He will continue to avoid the trigger foods, thank you.
4 He had bloodwork done about 2 years ago. Here are the results (and this may have improved over time but hoping this will still help):
- Nitrogen is high
- Blood urea is high
- Chloride- slightly high
- Carbon dioxide- slightly low
- A/G ratio high
Doctors said this was all normal, but I don’t tend to trust allopathic doctors. ;-) Which is why we are here.
Thank you so much for your time and replies!
Britsta 8 months ago
Scabies are not going to be cured with homeopathy. You must kill the mites and use a prescription cream from the neck down
And continue the washing of towels, clothes, etc.
simone717 8 months ago
The nat phos reduces acidic symptoms. So if you have acidic symptoms it means that even with veg diet etc, the acid levels are too high. The probiotics should help, but this takes weeks. Meantime he should keep a food diary,bc you can overdo on acid forming vegetables etc and you must adjust.
[Edited by simone717 on 2022-09-15 16:45:21]
simone717 8 months ago
He has been fighting scabies for years and has used all the creams and medicines out there to do so. If homeopathy can’t help him then nothing can because he’s literally tried everything. That’s why I think there’s an underlying issue that classical homeopathy should be able to address. Clearly he has some sort of issue with his immune response because everyone else who has contracted it from him has always been able to beat it within a couple weeks. Years is not normal, especially after all of the traditional poison cream protocols. I think he needs to dig deeper and I always thought that’s where homeopathy came in. As I understand it, while homeopathy can’t kill scabies, it can help the body recognize the invader and thus help the immune response so that it can get rid of them.
Regardless, as far as I understand for classical homeopathy, wouldn’t we look at his constitution and symptoms? Would that not help?
Britsta 8 months ago
I will have him track his food intake and see what could be contributing to his acidic problems. I’ll have him start on probiotics as well. Thank you!
Britsta 8 months ago
Homeopaths I have known who are in tip top shape have said they never have problems with “bugs” like lice, scabies etc so I do believe that he needs to get to a better level of all over health.
And for that, he needs chronic disease prescribing.
People get confused about “Constitutional” remedy.
Everybody can be a certain type of constitution-but as a human being we are much more than a “ nat mur” or a phosphorus, etc.

Homeopathy in chronic disease often needs a series of remedies-layers of problems start to leave. For instance ppl with eczema, who have suppressed rash with meds, then often get allergies. As one homeopath said, I can easily end the allergies, but the eczema will return/and then it will show up again for all the times suppressed.

He needs an expert homeopath to work long term with. I can suggest Dr Jitesh Sharma(dr jitesh and his father have been on forum when time allows for years.)They have a homeopathy hospital in India. You can email Dr. Jitesh and work with him private online.
[Edited by simone717 on 2022-09-15 21:05:10]
simone717 8 months ago
Ok that makes sense. Thank you for the info and your time
Britsta 8 months ago
Jiteshsharma2007at gmail dot com/Or
put Jitesh Sharma in forum search box then click on posts with his replies. click his name and see the bio.
simone717 8 months ago

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