Clinical Cases

A Case of Fibroid in a Woman of 55

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Dr. Girish Gupta presents a case of fibroid and renal calculus in a woman of 55.

A 55 years old nulliparous female patient came to the clinic on 04/03/2016 for the treatment of uterine fibroid and left renal calculus with complaints of pain in left lumbar region. Her menopause began 12 years ago.

PAST & FAMILY HISTORY: Unremarkable

DRUGS TAKEN: Allopathic treatment (Pantop, Anxit, Dynapar, Nimulid)

INITIAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY (01/02/2016):

Degenerating uterine anterior wall fibroid measuring 37×30 mm with left small middle calyx calculus with mild hydronephrosis with left mild mid ureteric obstruction (Small left mid ureteric calculus of 4 mm) with Cystitis Grade-I.

  

LIFE SPACE:

Patient was mild and gentle. She had grief of having no children but still she had a positive approach towards life. She was very emotional and had a tendency to weep easily.

The case was repertorised.

 RUBRICS FOR REPERTORISATION:

Mildness Optimistic
Yielding Comprehension difficult
Grief (no issue) Sentimental
Weeps easily Perspiration – Palms
Consolation ameliorate Perspiration – Soles
Company desire

 

THERMALS: Chilly patient

REPERTORIAL CHART:

 

RESULT OF REPERTORISATION:

Remedies Pulsatilla Lycopodium Natrum Mur Silicea
Totality 23 17 17 17
Symptoms Covered 10/11 9/11 9/11 9/11

SELECTION OF MEDICINE: Pulsatilla nigricans

JUSTIFICATION OF PRESCRIPTION: Rubrics like mildness, yielding disposition, consolation ameliorates and weeps easily were more marked in Pulsatilla.

DATE WISE FOLLOW UP:

March 04, 2016: Pulsatilla 30 single dose was prescribed once a week followed by Placebo for 4 weeks.

April 04, 2016: Pain in left lumbar region was better. Pulsatilla 30 was repeated once a week followed by Placebo for 4 weeks.

May 03, 2016: Pain in left lumber region was much better. Pulsatilla 30 single dose in a week followed by Placebo for 4 weeks.

June 07, 2016: Patient did not come for follow-up, but as per attendant patient was better. Pulsatilla 30 single dose was repeated once a week followed by placebo for 2 weeks. Ultrasonography of pelvis was also advised.

July 31, 2016:

Ultrasonography dated 27/07/2016 revealed complete resolution of Uterine fibroid, left renal and ureteric calculus within 5 months of Homeopathic treatment.

  

About the author

Girish Gupta

Girish Gupta

Dr. Girish Gupta (B.Sc., G.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom.) is Chief Consultant at Gaurang Clinic and Centre for Homoeopathic Research, Lucknow, India. He was formerly Chief Editor at the Asian Homoeopathic Journal and Secretary General of the Asian Homoeopathic Medical League and President of the Homoeopathic Research Foundation (HRF). Dr. Gupta is also a member of the editorial advisory board of the Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy and is on the Advisory Committee of Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute. He has published 71 clinical research papers in both national and international journals and been principal or co-investigator in numerous research projects. He has been honored with many awards, including the International Hahnemann Memorial Award, Dr. R. P. Singh Memorial National Award and the Mahendra Singh Memorial Best Scientist Award. www.gcchr.com

4 Comments

  • Thank you Dr. Gupta for your case of fibroid and renal calculus. It demonstrates the highest level of skill from years of experience.

  • good thanks i have also solved many cases of fibroids in this manner and you have proved it how homoeopathy works

  • sir, a nice example … thanks for sharing the experience. I was just wondering about the dose ‘Pulse 30′ single dose once a week … is it not to less frequent. In another similar case quoted here, Cal Sulph’ was identified…but given in LM potencies in ascending order LM1 TO LM4 where the issue was resolved …. cud u please explain the idea behind so low doses !!

    • The idea behind such low doses is that pathology may be resolved with 30 potency also, as has been proven in the presented case. It is a misconception that 30 potency is low dose. The terms ‘low’ or ‘high’ are relative. In comparison to 200 or 1000, 30 may seem low, but when compared to 1x, 3x, 6x and so on it is much higher.

      As for other case you mentioned where LM potency was prescribed, the potencies and scales are tools and just a matter of preference and comfort zone of a physician.

      There are many physicians like you who are confused regarding potency because they think that there must be only one BEST scale and potency to use and want to know which is it? However, as mentioned earlier and as proven by case presented by us and the one mentioned by you, a disease may be treated with CM as well as LM potency.

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