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A Case of Cholelithiasis Cured with Homoeopathy

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A Case of Cholelithiasis Cured with Homoeopathy

Case History

Pt’s name- Mrs. Rahisan         Age- 75Yrs Female        Occupation- House wife

P/C

Burning pains behind sternum

Sour Eructations

Thirstless

Flatulance, gases move upwards. Eructations does not >

Restlessness+++

Irritable, angered easily < consolation.

Lean thin

Hot patient

Fears darkness

Very miserly.

Rubrics:

Small remedies + small rubrics – Small remedies + small rubrics – Intensity is considered

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Result: 
Nat mur is the similimum

Diagnosis
30-10-2007
Thakurdwara Diagnostic Centre, Thakurdwara
Multiple echogenic gall calculi with post acoustic shadow.
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Prescription
Rx
30-10-2007
Nat mur 1M one dose
Sac Lac

08-11-2007
Better
CST

28-11-2007
Colic, must bend double.
Colo 30 TDS

20-12-2007
Better.
Sac Lac

31-01-2008
Sleeplessness.
Nat mur 10 M one dose

01-02-2008
Better.
Sac Lac

04-03-2008
No more symptoms.
Sac Lac

14-04-2008
Ultrasonography
Hari Diagnostic Centre, Kashipur
Normal Study.
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Result
Complete cure of Cholelithiasis.

About the author

Rajneesh Kumar Sharma

Rajneesh Kumar Sharma

Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma, M.D. (Hom) practices in Uttaranchal, India. He is CMD of the Homoeo Cure & Research Institute since 1994. He is also the founder of Hindi Vikas Kalyan Samiti, Kashipur JCs, Homoeo Cure & Research Institute.
Dr. Sharma's articles and cases have been published in newsletters and online journals. He has been honored with the Bhartiya Chikitsak Ratna Award 2007, Mother India Award for Udyog Pratibha 2007, Kashipur Gaurav Award 2005, Best International Feature Award 2003 etc. etc. Presently he is practicing at HCRC Pvt. Ltd., Kashipur- Uttaranchal (INDIA).

3 Comments

  • Hello Doctor,
    My wife (30 yrs) was suffering from gasteritis pain and last week she was asked to get Ultrasound done. The result was “Gall bladder moderately distended and shows multiple small calculi measuring ~4-6 mm in the dependent position. No wall thickness/pericholecystic collection seen. Common bile duct appear normal.”
    In the Liver function test,ESR is 32, SGPT(ALT) is 125, SGOT(AST) is 74. Rest looks fine.

    Now, doctor is suggesting to get GB surgery done soon to avoid the calculli blocking the bile duct.
    I read some side affects on health and lifestyle after GB removal, so looking for alternative treatments. Due to family pressure(got worried due to these reports), I have to make a decision soon.
    Please suggest /provide your contact soon so that we can discuss further.

    • All the cases of cholelithiasis are not curable.
      We can proceed with a good hope if advised.
      Can contact directly at
      [email protected]
      for further instructions.
      Thanks with regards.
      Dr. Rajneesh

  • looks interesting with ultrasonic reports. still not clear as to which medicine might have acted both were found in repertorisation chart. One cannot value natrum mur alone as the result might be due to colocynth.
    You should also report about few other cases like this

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