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Urticaria skin rash allergy Angioedema Reflux esophagitis Aphthous ulcer Homoeopathy
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Urticaria skin rash allergy Angioedema Reflux esophagitis Aphthous ulcer Homoeopathy treatment
 
Case Record No…….. Dated……….

A 32 year old male Mr. MHS, had come with complains of reddish, hives like rashes, intense itching and burning all over the body on and off since last three months. It was increased since two days with complains of swelling over face, lips and both palms. No specific triggering factor was identified. His complains recurred every alternate week and would remain for two to three days.

He also had complains of retrosternal burning and recurrent aphthous ulcer in the mouth on and off since last two years. It was aggravated after eating and during disturbed sleep.

His appetite was decreased. His thirst was for cold water. He could not tolerate cold atmosphere or weather well.

By nature, he was angry and reserved person. Since childhood he was courageous. He could not tolerate contradiction. He would hit the person whoever contradicted. He is very much sensitive to criticism. He could express his anger towards others. He would easily become irritable.

Patient was given homoeopathic medicine Nux Vomica in infrequent doses in variable potencies as per the indications. He recovered well within few months.

Note: Nux Vomica used in this case is as per the indications. In all cases Nux Vomica 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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