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Homoeopathic treatment for Vitiligo Leucoderma Aphthous ulcer Nocturnal enuresis
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Homoeopathic treatment for Vitiligo Leucoderma Aphthous ulcer Nocturnal enuresis
 
Case Record No…….. Dated……….

A 17 years old boy Mast. JFB, had complains of hypo pigmented patches since last one and half years behind ears, back region, abdomen and scattered all over the body. No itching was present. It started initially over right eye which was treated locally using allopathic ointment.

He had also complains of recurrent aphthous ulcer in mouth since last seven years on and off for every fifteen to twenty days which would remain for five to seven days. It was a painful non bleeding aphthous ulcer.

He also had complains of bedwetting since childhood, now every ten to fifteen days once.

He looked tall and dark in complexion. His appetite was normal. He had aversion to take bitter food items and milk. He could not tolerate cold atmosphere. His thirst was less.

By nature, he was a mild person. He was studying eleventh standard. Till fifth standard he was staying with grandmother. He was very close to grandmother. For good education he was forcefully sent to uncle’s place away from home. He had lots of anger towards uncle but did not react. He would weep whenever alone. He was very sensitive to insults and contradiction. His hands would tremble due to anger. Gradually he started giving back answers. He would become violent and throw things.

He was given homoeopathic medicine Staphysagria in infrequent doses. He started improving well. His aphthous ulcer stopped occurring. His night bed wetting stopped. All his patches recovered well in two years of duration.

Note: Staphysagria is used in this case as per the indications. In all cases Staphysagria cannot be given. Every case has its unique presentation for prescription. Same medicine cannot be used for all the patients suffering from same disease condition. Homoeopathic medicines should be always taken under physician’s guidance only. Self-medications are not safe and prone to side effects.      
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