Eight years old bor J. B. (Patient Identification Number - 11841) visited Life Force center on 27th February 2009. He was accompanied by his parents. He ahd been suffering from recurrent Tonsillitis since the age of 3 years. He would have an attack 1 – 2 times a month which would last for 5 – 7 days. He was presently having an acute episode with throat irritation, nose block, cold and cough and 100 Fahrenheit temperature. He would have whitish or yellowish mucous discharges. He had been taking antibiotics and fever medicines since past 1 week. This has always been the case as of he requiring antibiotics for every episode of Tonsillitis. The complaints would increase due to cold drinks, cold food, Chinese food, chocolates etc.
He also complained of bed wetting since childhood. He would often get oral ulcers, skin rashes and chapped lips due to intake of allopathic medicines.
His appetite was normal. He liked salty food. He was sensitive to warm weather. There were no complaints in bowels and sleep.
He was studying in 2nd grade. His father was in gold business. His mother was a home maker. He was the only child and staying in nuclear family.
He was short tempered. He would obey your commands only if you would mildly speak, if spoken harshly he would not listen. His memory was good but concentration was weak.
His maternal aunt and grandmother had recurrent cold and cough. All other family members were apparently healthy.
His case was studied by Dr. Shah and prescribed Tuberculinum Bovinum 1m single dose with few research based medicines.
On 23rd March 2009 he reported with significant relief in recurrent Tonsillitis. There was no episode in last 1 month. He had stopped bed wetting since the start of medicines. The chapped lips were completely recovered. He did not have oral ulcers also.
On 23rd May 2009 he reported further improvement in Tonsillitis. He had one episode in last 2 months. He did not require antibiotics, it was well managed with homeopathic medicines. He recovered with 3 days of homeopathic medicines as compared to a week’s allopathic medicines. The chapped lips were also completely recovered and bed wetting was also nil.
He reported after 6 months on 20th January 2010 with an acute episode since last 10 – 15 days of Tonsillitis. He was better since last 6 months. Now he had difficulty in swallowing. He would often breathe through mouth as the nose was blocked. There was no fever. His case was reviewed in detail by Dr. Shah and the necessary changes were made in the prescription.
He reported on 20th March 2010 with complete recovery in Tonsillitis. He did not have any acute episode since then. He reported in March 2011 with some other ailment which was treated successfully with Dr. Shah's medicines.
Uploaded on 17th August 2013 by Dr. M. N. P.