Homoeopathy treatment for allergic rhinitis
A 28 years old female Mrs. GTH, had come with complaints of recurrent paroxysmal sneezing with watery discharge from nose. Occasionally she had fever and dryness of throat. Her complaints are since 6 to 7 years and would recur every 15 days once. Her complains was more during change of weather and during winter. Aggravated taken cold drinks and cold water. Even smell of food perfume was not tolerable. Her sneezing was more during early in the morning. Her complaints were better after a good sleep.
She looked fair, short and average built. She could not tolerate hunger, would get abdominal pain. She would feel increased thirst in all the seasons. She could not take bitter things. She desired for spicy foods. She would experience nausea during bus travel. She could not bear sunlight.
By nature, she was a calm person. She lived separately with her two year old son at her mother's place. Husband was an alcoholic, there was quarrels always. She was a school teacher. She would go to work regularly irrespective of any family issues. She would do all her work on time perfectly. She was more attached to her elder brother who was supporting her. She would always ask guidance from him for making any decisions. She does not have much confidence. She would feel weepy during anger and avoid talking to others. She was more worried about her health and about her son’s future.
She was given homoeopathy medicine Calcarea Carbonicum in infrequent doses in different potencies. All her complaints improved well. Also her level of confidence improved. She started living back with husband without quarrels. She was able to live her day today activities healthy and happy.
Note: Calcarea Carbonicum used in this case are as per the indications. In all cases Calcarea Carbonicum cannot be given. Every case has it's 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.
Case Record No.: GNS 09/23.
Dated: 14th September, 2013.