Wednesday, 19 September 2012

A case of skin ulceration and homeopathic treatment

Contributed by Dr.George
This is a case of a man aged 50 yrs. He had come to treat a ulcer that has come up after a boil had opened up. the ulcer refused to heel and began to extend.There was severe pain and the touch of the clothing increased it.The first photograph shows the large ulcer.




Now every homeopath or a alternative medicine degree holder will come to to decision of either a referral to a modern medical treatment or to begin a homeopathic treatment.

With a little bit of confidence we can treat the patient in a most gentle and quickly compared to any othe system of medicine. Here no rubrics or no repertory was required and the first remedy that comes to my mind was given. The materia medica give this symptom for this remedy as ." In diseases when suppuration seems inevitable, Hepar may open the abscess and hasten the cure"Allen's keynote."The skin is very sensitive to touch,  cannot bear even clothes to touch affected parts "Allens keynote.The tendency to suppuration is most marked, and has been a strong guiding symptom in practice. "Boericke"
Yes its Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide..or The Popular HEPAR SULPH.The remedy was given in 1M potency dissolved in half glass of water and asked to take a spoon ,one at night and another next day morning.Of course the second best remedy was always given along with the indicated medicine.....

This case was next seen 5days afterwards and the ulcer had begun to heal the size has reduced and the pus formation had considerably reduced.The photograph is given


The patient was given the "second best remedy" to be continued for the next 5days. after a week the patient conveyed to me that the ulcer had  healed completely and he has completed the medicine and was very happy that homeopathy could treat a ulcer like that!!!

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