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Irritable Bowel Syndrome


Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an immune system disorder of large intestine. IBS is not a disease. It is a term used to describe a group of symptoms that typically happen together. IBS also has been called functional bowel syndrome, irritable colon, spastic bowel, and spastic colon.

What are the symptoms of IBS?

Common symptoms of IBS include:

  • Abdominal pain and cramping (this may go away after having a bowel movement)
  • Bloating and gas
  • Constipation – having fewer than three bowel movements a week. During a bowel movement, stools can be hard, dry, and small, making them difficult to pass. Some people find it painful and often have to strain to have a bowel movement
  • Diarrhea – having loose, watery stools three or more times a day and feeling urgency to have a bowel movement.
  • Alternating between constipation and diarrhea
  • Feeling a strong urge to have a bowel movement
  • Feeling like you still need to have a bowel movement after you’ve already had one
  • Mucus in the stool

Symptoms are different for each person. You may have some or even all of the symptoms listed above. Most people have mild symptoms, but some people have severe symptoms that affect their day-to-day lives.

What causes IBS?

IBS is a immune system disorder which means it is caused by our own body through increasing inflammatory mediators in response to various trigger factor like

  • Post infectious
  • Anxiety, depression and panic disorder
  • Weather change (as most of the allergic disorder increases when weather changes)
  • Change in hormonal level or chemical system of our body due to overuse of hormonal drugs and antibiotics
  • Mood change or hormonal change due to menstrual cycle

How to diagnose ?

If investigation like blood test, stool test, colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy are fail to detect any pathological disease in the large intestine and rectum. You can say it might be from IBS.

what’s the role of homoeopathy?

Homoeopathy is very effective in this immune system disorder, medicines relieve the symptoms in few weeks but cure may take time.

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Bone diseases


Bony diseases are comes mainly due to disturbance of calcium homoeostasis, several body organs work mutually to maintain calcium homoeostasis of your body. (Calcium homeostasis is the mechanism by which the body maintains adequate calcium levels in order to prevent hypercalcemia( i.e. excess of calcium or hypocalcemia (low calcium level), both of which can have important consequences for health.)


Figure 2: Integration of the skeleton in mineral and energy homeostasis.In mineral homeostasis, a decrease in circulating calcium stimulates the parathyroid gland to release PTH, which then causes an increase in blood calcium levels by stimulating osteoclastic bone resorption, renal calcium reabsorption and renal production of 1,25(OH)2D to increase intestinal calcium absorption. Increased serum phosphate and 1,25(OH)2D stimulate FGF23 production in bone, which subsequently inhibits PTH production from the parathyroid gland, inhibits 1,25(OH)2D production in the kidney (thereby inhibiting intestinal absorption) and promotes renal phosphate excretion. Endocrine regulation of energy homeostasis by the skeleton is comprised of two mini loops: a negative bone–hypothalamic loop and a positive bone–pancreas loop. Leptin inhibits bone formation and the homeostatic function of the skeleton indirectly through the hypothalamus by suppressing SNS tone. However, SNS signalling also increases the production of osteocalcin from bone, which feeds into the positive loop. Osteocalcin acts on pancreatic β-cells to increase insulin production, which feeds positively back to bone, stimulating osteoblasts and driving further production of osteocalcin. Osteocalcin also acts on fat to increase the production of adiponectin, an insulin-sensitizing hormone. Abbreviations: 1,25(OH)2D, active vitamin D; 25(OH)D, 25-hydroxyvitamin D; FGF23, fibroblast growth factor 23; PTH, parathyroid hormone; SNS, sympathetic nervous system.

By this figure you can understand the relationship of bone to kidney, liver, intestine, liver and brain. If any of these organs disturbed physiologically or pathologically, it may affect calcium homoeostasis and produces bone disease.


How calcium homoeostasis affect bones

Bones formation and resorption (disintegration) is a continuous process, it means exact amount of bone form and dissolve continuously and maintains the required level of calcium in blood. This is regulated by


  1. Liver – vitamin D is converted to Calcidiol in liver via chemical reaction.
  2. Kidney – Calcidiol is converted into Calcitriol in kidney via chemical reaction. This Calcitriol regulates the level of calcium and phosphorous in the blood and bones and helps maintain a healthy bones and skeletal system.
  3. Osteoblast cell of bones- it collects calcium from blood and makes bones
  4. Osteoclast cell of bones – it release calcium into blood from bones
  5. Parathyroid gland – it regulate the calcium release from blood to bone
  6. Brain -  it regulate parathyroid gland secretion according to low or high blood calcium level.

Causes of bone disease

  • Infection
  • Genetic
  • Age related

Whatever may be the reason of bone disease either infection, genetic or age related, there is disturbance of regulatory mechanism of calcium homoeostasis

Some common disease and defective mechanism

  1. Osteoarthritis – bone remodeling process (i.e. formation and resorption) disturbs – may be due to age related hormonal changes.
  2. Osteoporosis – bone mineral density reduced and causes frequent fractures – it occurs due to disturbed calcium homoeostatis.
  3. Osteomyellitis – it is an infectious disease cause inflammation of bone or bone marrow
  4. Osteomalacia – caused by defective bone mineralization which causes softening of bones – due to defective calcium homoeostasis or hyperparathyroidism
  5. Osteopenia – bone mineral density reduced which causes frequent fractures – occurs due to disturbed calcium homoeostatis.
  6. Osteochondroma (bone tumour)
  7. Osteitis deformans (paget’s disease)- genetic  disorder – disturbed osteoblast and osteoclast cell activity, which results unhealthy and uneven bone formation.
  8. Osteogenesis imperfecta -  genetic disorder – bone becomes brittle and easily fractured – bone homoeostasis disturbs
  9. Osteochondritis dissecans – genetic disorder – bone disintegrate itself may be due to poor blood supply- bone homoeostatis disturbs
  10. Osteopetrosis – genetic disorder – reduced osteoclastic cell activity which produces excessive dense formation of bone. Bone becomes very hard.
  11. Osteitis fibrosa cystica – genetic disorder – increased osteoclastic activity due to hyperparathyroidism.


What is to be understood?

  • Not every bone disease needs calcium supplementation.
  • If you have low blood calcium level in any disease, you may take calcium supplementation but for limited time period because you have to rectify the default mechanism which reduces blood calcium level and not only to fulfill the calcium requirement of body.
  • Unnecessary calcium may disturbs another body mechanism and produce diseases



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Fistula in ano

An anal fistula is a small channel that develops between the anal canal and the skin near the anus. the channel linked with anorectal abscess(perianal abscess),  forms in anal gland between external and internal anal sphincter. this abscess is the source of pus or blood discharge, pain and fever.

The end of the fistula  appear as a hole in the skin around the anus.

Common sites of anal fistulae_01perianal_abscess_1

Anal fistulas are usually classed as either:

  • Simple – when there is single fistulous track
  • Complex – when one fistulous track has many other interlinking fistulous tracks.


Common symptom of fistula

  • Skin irritation around the anus  with formation of a fluid filled soft sac near anus
  • A throbbing, constant pain that may be worse when you sit down, move around, have a bowel movement or cough
  • Intermittent or continuous discharge of pus or blood from the opening.

Cause of fistula – how it forms

An anal fistula usually develops after an anal abscess (a collection of pus) bursts, or when an abscess has not been completely treated.

A fistula can also be caused by conditions that affect the intestines, such as inflammatory bowel disease.


Why not to go for surgery

Surgery is the method, we opt to get rid of fistula but there are many risks with surgery,one of which is fistula comes back again and again even with proper antibiotic treatment and repeated surgical process, because there are many interlinking fistulous channels which go inside  and  becomes almost impossible to clean all of  them. In surgical process, it is very common to left small pus cell during cleaning, which again forms abscess inside and new fistulous track between abscess to outside at skin around anus.


Other complication of surgery

  • infection
  • bowel incontinence


Homoeopathy and fistula

Homoeopathic medicine checks pus formation in abscess, which ultimately blocks the fistulous track.

Result will show very quickly with homoeopathic medicine, it reduces pus discharge, irritation, itching and pain.

Homoeoathic medicine strongly recommended for treatment of fistula.





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Attention deficit hyperactive disorder  is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood. It is usually first diagnosed in childhood and often lasts into adulthood. Children with A.D.H.D may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active. Signs and Symptoms It is normal for children to have trouble focusing and behaving at one time or another. However, children with A.D.H.D do not just grow out of these behaviors. The symptoms continue and can cause difficulty at school, at home, or with friends.

A child with ADHD might have

  • daydreaming
  • forget or lose things a lot
  • fidget or restlessness
  • Become bored with a task after only a few minutes, unless doing something enjoyable
  • talk too much
  • make careless mistakes or take unnecessary risks Have trouble completing or turning in homework assignments, often losing things (e.g., pencils, toys, assignments) needed to complete tasks or activities
  • have difficulty getting along with others

Types There are three different types of ADHD, depending on which types of symptoms are strongest in the individual:

Predominantly Inattentive Presentation

  • It is hard for the individual to organize or finish a task, to pay attention to details, or to follow instructions or conversations.
  • The person is easily distracted or forgets details of daily routines.

Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation:

  •  It is hard to sit still for long (e.g., for a meal or while doing homework).
  •  Smaller children may run, jump or climb constantly.
  • The individual feels restless and has trouble with impulsivity.
  • Someone who is impulsive may interrupt others a lot, grab things from people, or speak at inappropriate times.
  • It is hard for the person to wait their turn or listen to directions. He is always in hurry
  • A person with impulsiveness may have more accidents and injuries than others.
  • The person fidgets and talks a lot.

Combined Presentation: Symptoms of the above two types are equally present in the person

Causes of A.D.H.D.

The cause(s) and risk factors for ADHD are unknown, but current research shows that genetics with environmental effect plays an important role. In addition to genetics, the other possible causes and risk factors are

  • Brain injury
  • Environmental exposures (e.g., lead)
  • Alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy
  • Premature delivery
  • Low birth weight


  • In most cases, ADHD is best treated with a combination of behavior therapy and homoeopathic medication. No single treatment is the answer for every child and good treatment plans will include close monitoring, follow-ups and any changes needed along the way.
  • Constitutional Homoeopathic treatment is based on genetics and environmental effect both, therefore it is best to treat ADHD with homoeopathic medicine and behavioral therapy


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senile dementia

A condition that affect mind of aging people and causes them to be confused , to forget things is called senile dementia.

It’s normal to forget things from time to time, and it’s normal to become somewhat more forgetful as you age. But how much forgetfulness is too much? How can you tell whether your memory lapses are within the scope of normal aging or are a symptom of something more serious?

Five normal memory problems common to old age

1. Transience

This is the tendency to forget facts or events over time. You are most likely to forget information soon after you learn it.

2. Absentmindedness

This type of forgetting occurs when you don’t pay close enough attention.Absentmindedness also involves forgetting to do something at a prescribed time, like taking your medicine or keeping an appointment.

3. Blocking

Someone asks you a question and the answer is right on the tip of your tongue — you know that you know it, but you just can’t think of it. memory blocks become more common with age and that they account for the trouble older people have remembering other people’s names.

4. Misattribution

Misattribution occurs when you remember something accurately in part, but misattribute some detail, like the time, place, or person involved. Another kind of misattribution occurs when you believe a thought you had was totally original when, in fact, it came from something you had previously read or heard but had forgotten about.

As with several other kinds of memory lapses, misattribution becomes more common with age.

5. Persistence

In some cases people are tormented by memories they wish they could forget, but can’t. The persistence of memories of traumatic events, negative feelings, and ongoing fears is another form of memory problem. Some of these memories accurately reflect horrifying events, while others may be negative distortions of reality.


homeopathic medicine should be taken in all types of memory problem 


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Behavioral disorder

Behavioral disorders are the most common reasons that parents are told to take their kids for mental health assessments and treatment. Behavioral disorders are also common in adults.

Behavioral disorders are divided into 5 categories

  1. Disruptive-  it includes hyperactive behavior, oppositional behavior, aggressive  and disobedient
  2. Anxious- child shows clinginess, fearfulness, shyness, worry and  sleep problems
  3. Social deficit- child playing alone, shyness, avoidant behavior, language problem, relationship difficulty
  4. Developmental deficit- child may be deficit in language, motor function, milestones.
  5. Moody- child is moody and show irritability, happiness, sadness , avoidant behavior

An emotional behavioral disorder affects a person’s ability to be happy, control their emotions and pay attention in school.  symptoms of an emotional behavioral disorder include:

  • Inappropriate actions or emotions under normal circumstances
  • Learning difficulties that are not caused by another health factor
  • Difficulty with interpersonal relationships, including relationships with teachers and peers
  • A general feeling of unhappiness or depression
  • Feelings of fear and anxiety related to personal or school matters
  • Easily getting annoyed or nervous
  • Often appearing angry
  • Putting blame on others
  • Refusing to follow rules or questioning authority
  • Arguing and throwing temper tantrums
  • Having difficulty in handling frustration


A behavioral disorder can have a variety of causes but the exact reason is still not known.

The abnormal behavior that is usually associated with these disorders can be due to biological, family and school-related factors.

Some biological causes may include:

  • Physical illness or disability
  • Malnutrition
  • Brain damage
  • Genetic or constitutional  factor


  • Behavioral disorder restrict the person to develop physically, socially, mentally and economically.
  • Although I said nature can’t be changed but behavioral disorders are not true nature. This comes due to neurochemical disturbance because of social, nutritional or genetic or constitutional factor.
  • Homoeopathic medicine can change this overt behavior. It is recommended for it.
  • Homoeopathic medicine + diet + lifestyle change + psychotherapy can lead a response in these troublesome cases.
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Depression is very known word to everyone, when you feel sad, hopeless, no desire for daily routine work …… you use the word depression to express your mood but if this feeling prolonged for a period of at least two week or more then it is called clinical or major depression. Now you need treatment.


  • Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, helplessness, or hopelessness
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in usual activities, including sex
  • Difficulty concentrating and complaints of poor memory
  • Insomnia or oversleeping
  • Appetite changes, which may include weight gain or loss
  • Fatigue, lack of energy
  • Thoughts of suicide or death
  • Sense of well being
  • Slow speech; slow movements


  • The exact cause of depression is still not known.
  • It is believed that depression is caused by imbalance of neurotransmitters, due to social and genetic factor.


Homeopathic medicine is based on human thoughts and mental status, it efficiently manage and cure this disease. It is highly recommended for depression.

Homoeopathic medicine + diet + exercise, acts miraculously in depressive disorder.

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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (P.C.O.S.)

PCOS is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, also known as Stein-Leventhal Syndrome, and is one of the most common hormonal endocrine disorders in women.. There are many signs and symptoms that a woman may experience.  Early diagnosis of PCOS is important as it has been linked to an increased risk for developing several medical risks including

  •  Insulin resistance
  • type 2 diabetes
  • high cholesterol
  • high blood pressure
  • Heart disease.

Studies have shown that approximately 40% of patients with diabetes or glucose intolerance between the ages of 20-50 have PCOS.

In addition, some studies have found that if a mother has PCOS, there is a 50% chance that her daughter will have PCOS

 signs and symptoms

  • menstrual disturbances (delay, absence or scanty menstruation)
  • acne
  •  excess hair growth on the body (hirsutism), and
  •  Male-pattern hair loss.
  •  obesity and weight gain
  •  elevated insulin levels and insulin resistance,
  •  Multiple small cyst in ovaries.
  • oily skin
  • dandruff
  • infertility
  • skin discolorations
  • high cholesterol levels
  • elevated blood pressure

Any of the above symptoms and signs may be absent in PCOS, with the exception of irregular or no menstrual periods.

All women with PCOS will have irregular or no menstrual periods. Women who have PCOS do not regularly ovulate; that is, they do not release an egg every month. This is why they do not have regular periods and typically have difficulty in conceiving (infertility).



PCOS is caused by hormonal imbalances that prevent ovulation. Your body produces too much of some hormones and not enough of others. Women who are diagnosed with PCOS usually have low levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), yet have high levels of luteinizing hormone (LH). FSH is the hormone that’s responsible for stimulating the growth of follicles in the ovaries that contain maturing eggs. If you lack FSH for a long time, your follicles will not mature and release their eggs, resulting in infertility. Instead, the immature follicles in your ovaries develop into small cysts. 

The hormonal imbalance is caused by

  • Long continued steroidal treatment for asthma, psoriasis, and other allergic and autoimmune disorder
  • Genetic factor
  • Patient is on hormone therapy for other diseases like thyroidism, diabetes and others
  •  stress (leading to the production of high cortisol levels by the adrenal glands), lack of exercise, and poor nutrition. Stress alone can cause anovulatory cycles.
  • Birth control pills shut down normal ovary function, and sometimes it never recovers when the pills are stopped.
  • Our diets are full of petrochemical contaminants–that derail normal metabolism.

Treatment –

Homoeopathic treatment should be taken in this hormonal disturbance. It is strongly recommended.  Approximate time of improvement is 3- 4 month but total cure may take more time.

Homoeopathic medicine + diet scheduling + Exercise and Life style modification – gives good and promising result.

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Parkinson’s disease

A progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow, imprecise movement, chiefly affecting middle-aged and elderly people. It is associated with degeneration of the basal ganglia of the brain and a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine.

This disease occurs between the ages of 50 to 70 and marked by progressive impairment of movement especially during initial movement, dementia or weakness of memory.


  • Tremor- tremor in fingers, hands, arms, legs, jaws. It occurs during rest and increases with excitement, stress or from fatigue and decreases during sleep.
  • Rigidity- stiffness of limbs which may increase during movement, it also causes muscular pain.
  • Bradykinesia – slowness and difficulty in initiation of movement, micrographia, reduced facial expression
  • Postural abnormalities – postural instability with frequent falls
  • Constipation, urinary retention, hypersalivation with drooling, excessive perspiration.



  •  Insufficient formation and activity of dopamine in certain parts of the midbrain
  •  The main pathological characteristic of PD is cell death in the substantia nigra, a part of brain


Homoeopathic medicines are recommended for this disease

Although it is said that there is no treatment of Parkinson’s disease but homeopathic medicine can manage the Parkinson symptom and stop the progression of disease efficiently.




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pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

PID is the  swelling of lower part of abdomen below umbilicus. the upper part of the female organs namely the uterus, Fallopian tubes and ovaries are mainly involved. A constant mild tenderness( pain on pressure or touch) is the main symptom. Many women don’t know they have PID because they don’t have any major symptoms  except mild tenderness on lower abdomen. Women who have suffering long with PID have many  mild to severe grade of symptoms. The most common symptom of PID is pain in your lower abdomen (below umblicus). Other symptoms include:

  • Fever  (100.4 F or higher ( in acute infective stage)
  •  vaginal discharge that may be foul smelling
  • Painful sex
  • Pain or burning during urination
  • irregular menstrual cycle 
  • Pain in the upper right abdomen

Pelvic inflammatory disease can come on fast with extreme pain and fever, especially if it’s caused by gonorrhea.


PID is called infectious disease (neisseria gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis are the main causing agent) but you can get PID without having an sexually transmitted infection. Normal bacteria found in the vagina and on the cervix can sometimes cause PID. But no one is sure why this happens.

Complication or long term effect This lower abdominal pain in women is very common problem even after long antibiotic therapy, it persist. After a long time this leads other pathological problems

  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Uterine fibroid
  • Endometriits
  • Infertility
  • recurrent urinary tract infection ( UTI)
  • cancer


PID is very common and very neglected disease because inflammation remain settled after heavy antibiotic doses in treatment of urinary tract infection (UTI), offensive vaginal discharge and lower abdominal pain. Long settled inflammation in pelvic organ leads the complication of PID

Homoeopathic medicines are strongly recommended for PID and complication of PID. Medicine gives relief in  1 to 2 months. total cure may take  5- 6 month.


when to contact a homoeopathic doctor

why constitutional homoeopathy is best

Disease process

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