25 Years Persistent Idiopathic Non-Thrombocytopenia Purpura Treated Effectively In 4 Months With Homeopathy

A 74-years-old lady Miss. K.C. (PIN 11924) visited Dr. Shah along with her sister. She was a known case of Idiopathic Non-thrombocytopenia purpura from the last 25 years. Her complaints would usually begin with diarrhea thin watery stools, 12-15 times a day that would last for around 2 days, followed by generalized swelling of the body, legs, scalp, and eyes which made it difficult for her to open her eyes. She also complained of swelling of her hands and feet, as a result, she could not stand for long hours. There was body pain, weakness along with petechiae marks, particularly on the legs, that took about 10-12 days to heal. The petechiae were accompanied with rash and itching. These episodes would occur twice every year and last for 1-2 months. She had been on steroidal treatment for this in the past, without much relief. She also suffered from hypertension for more than 8 years. Her complaints used to get triggered by eating cashew nuts, shellfish, and cold drinks. 

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Her appetite was normal. She craved for sweets. She was experiencing a scanty perspiration. She was thermally a chilly patient. 

There was a family history of diabetes and cancer bladder in the patient’s family. She had a past medical history of frequent diarrhea and slip disc. 

She was a quite friendly, mild, and gentle lady, who generally would get along well with everyone. She was straight-forward in her talks but was stubborn and would get angry if things did not go her way. She preferred to talk things out when she would get angry. She had a good childhood. She was single and chose not to get married as she did not find the right person. She stayed with her sister, who was also unmarried. 

Miss. K.C. consulted Dr. Shah. Her case was studied in detail along with the relevant reports. She was prescribed homeopathic medicines for a period of 6 weeks. 

Within 6 weeks of the treatment, her rash with petechiae had reduced considerably. She reported being better by 25%. She no more suffered from loose stools or diarrhea. The pain in her legs had reduced by 50%. She continued with the same prescription for another 6 weeks. 

In her subsequent follow-ups, she was found to be consistently better. Once in a while, she would get mild purpura on her thighs and it would last for a few minutes and there would be no itching. 

In 4 months of her treatment, her backache and leg pains had reduced substantially. Her blood pressure too had remained under controlled in all the subsequent follow-ups. 

In 8-10 months of the treatment, Miss. K.C. reported that she was feeling much better. Her general health had improved. There was no episode of loose stools, rash, or petechiae. She is continuing with the treatment further for the best results with homeopathy.


This case illustrated that homeopathy is quite effective in treating Idiopathic Non-thrombocytopenia purpura significantly and safely without any side-effects. Homeopathy help improves the general health of the patient and provides a great relief from it.

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