Mrs. P. S. visited our clinic on 8th October 2007 from Bangalore. Her Patient Identification Number is 8336. She was a home maker, 30 years old and mother of 2 daughters. She had delivered her 2nd daughter 3.5 months back. She had started with Urticaria and angioedema complaints a month after the delivery. She would get rashes 1 – 2 times a week with itching all over the body. Her upper lips, palms were swollen when she visited. She had taken cetrizine tablet, but it did not relieve her.
She was vegetarian by choice. Her appetite was average. She liked spicy and salty food. She was sensitive to warm temperature. Her thirst was average. There were no complaints with sleep, bowels, urine, and menses.
She was a commerce graduate, running a nursery. Due to pregnancy she had become a housewife.
She was staying in a joint family with her in laws. Her husband was a Chartered Accountant. Her elder daughter was 3.5 years old and younger daughter was 3.5 months old.
She was cheerful and loquacious. Her husband was friendly and particular about hygiene and cleanliness. He would travel due to work reasons. She would express anger by keeping quiet for 1 – 2 days and not talking to the person. Her temper would get out of control, 'not occasionally', and she would hit her children. She would later weep. She was an anxious parent, as regards to her children's health.
Her father, paternal grandfather and aunt were suffering from diabetes. Her maternal grandmother was suffering from hypothyroidism and osteoarthritis.
Her case details were studied by Dr. Shah and she was prescribed Natrum Muriaticum 200c 2 doses along with research based medicine.
She reported on 18th November with mild improvement in initial month. It had been stable, until last week. She was taking antihistaminic which was stopped 10 days ago. The intensity of the rashes was less as compared to before. The rashes would be triggered after lunch, dinner, by sun and heat. She had been very irritated with these rashes as it would be triggered by anything she ate. She had become indifferent to her family. Dr. Shah reviewed her case and prescribed Sepia 200c 2 doses along with the research based medicines.
She reported on 9th January, 2008 with significant relief in her rashes. She would get occasional and mild rashes. There was no angioedema. She did not require taking cetrizine tablets. She could now eat peacefully without worrying of her rashes. She was asked to stop the treatment after a while as her Urticaria had recovered.
Uploaded on 30th May 2013 by Dr. M. N. P.