He was very happy and grateful to Dr. Shah for this wonderful treatment for Hepatitis C
Mr. B. P. (Patient Identification Number - 20116), 59 years old businessman availed our online treatment for Hepatitis C from Zambia.
Mr. B. P. had been detected with co infection of Hepatitis C with E infection. He opted for our online treatment on 27th December, 2011. He was admitted to hospital with jaundice, yellow eyes and dark urine. He had minor abdominal pain. He was investigated and diagnosed with Hepatitis C and Hepatitis E. He had given some blood for testing and also undergoing acupuncture therapy. His SGOT and SGPT enzymes had raised to 2000+ during hospitalization. Now they were in normal limits. He was on tablets Liv52 since few months.
His appetite was average with cravings for sweets, fish, chicken and fruits. Currently he was taking boiled vegetables with minimal fat, butter, oil and dairy products. His thirst was less. He would perspire more on the forehead. He was tolerant to warm and cold weather. His sleep would be disturbed sometimes.
He was married and staying with his wife and son. He had 2 daughters who were married and settled. He was from Indian origin, settled in Canada.
He stated that ‘being happy’ was a dominant emotion in him. He would become sad and frustrated due to any personal or business issue with his elder brother. He would generally not express his anger, would let it go and try to forget about it.
His father had expired due to heart attack.
His case detail was studied in detail by Dr. Shah and he was prescribed Lycopodium Clavatum 30c along with research based medicines.
On 27th April 2012, he updated his feedback with overall 75% improvement in his health. His appetite and weakness were completely better. He had tested for HCV RNA which had detected no virus. It was negative. His local physician had suggested no treatment needed as his chronic hepatitis C virus was negative.
He was very happy and grateful to Dr. Shah for this wonderful treatment.
He has been advised to continue the medicine as maintaining therapy.
Case study by Dr. M. N. P