90% Recovery From Incurable Seborrheic Dermatitis Found With Dr. Shah’s Homeopathic Treatment

    Mr. S. B. C. (PIN: 17264) visited Life Force center on 16th October 2011. He was suffering from Seborrheic Dermatitis for the last 4 years, but it had aggravated from the last 2 years. It was controlled by the continuous usage of steroid-based creams for the past 2 years. When he visited us, he presented with a few mild boil-like eruptions on his scalp. The other areas of his body, such as arms, chest, back, forehead, armpits, and behind the ears, had healed due to the application of creams. The itching was mild. There was no oozing, bleeding, or flaking. His condition would get aggravated in the summer season and after sweating. He would perspire profusely on his scalp, face, and armpits. He also suffered from severe hair fall which led to the vertex balding. He was developing male pattern baldness. 

    He had a benign tumor in the nape of the neck which was operated in 1992. He had suffered from Diphtheria in his childhood. His mother suffered from Arthritis and hypothyroidism.

    His appetite was average with no specific liking or disliking. He would occasionally drink alcohol. Though he would sweat profusely, he was sensitive to the cold weather. 

    He was staying with his wife and 2 children. He was an IT professional. His wife was a homemaker. He had a 10 years old son and a 7 years old daughter. His was a nuclear family, while his parents resided in another city. He described himself as a ‘restless and anxious person’. He would easily get worried about small matters. He was much tensed when he visited our clinic, as one of his treating skin specialists had said that his disease is incurable. He was stressed regarding his disease. When he had searched the internet and read about Life Force he was keen to meet Dr. Shah and was assured of a slow and excellent recovery. 

    His case details were studied by Dr. Shah, and Sulphur 30c single dose and a few research-based medicines were prescribed to the patient. He was assured of a slow but definite recovery by Dr. Shah. As he had been applying steroid creams, he was explained of an anticipated increase in his condition due to a gradual tapering of the conventional medicines.

    After 3 months of medication on 10th December 2011, he reported with considerable improvement. His old healed eruptions had resurfaced. The symptom pattern had changed to dryness, flakes rather than oozing. There was hyperpigmentation on the forehead, armpits, and behind the ears. The itching was noted only on his scalp and armpits. His relief from hair loss did not show much improvement as the disease was active on the scalp.

    After 6 months of medication on 13th April 2012, he reported with a significant recovery on the back, chest, forearm, forehead, and armpit regions. His scalp health had improved further. There was no dryness nor flakes, but the itching was persistent. As this was the summer season, he was more anxious and worried as summers had always been troublesome for him. The hyperpigmentation had reduced significantly on the forehead and behind the ears.

    When he visited us on 13th June 2012, his relief was further improved. This summer season did not bother him much. His condition was stable. The perspiration did aggravate the itching but was controllable. The hyperpigmentation had further reduced. The itching on his scalp was considerably less. The relief from dryness and roughness had improved further. There was no visible hair loss. 

    After a year’s medication, he reported of 90% improvement in his health and condition. His skin had recovered completely. His scalp health was better but with some mild flare-ups which were self-limiting.

    Conclusion:
    This case highlights that homeopathy is highly effective in treating Seborrheic Dermatitis incredibly and safely without any side-effects.

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