90% Recovery From Psoriasis Found By Dr. Shah’s Research-Based Homeopathic Medicines Without Immunosuppressants

A 28-years-old lady, Mrs. S. A. M. (PIN 28362) visited Life Force on 30th March 2016. She was suffering from Psoriasis for the last two years. She had developed patches on her legs, arms, scalp, elbows, hands, chest, and fingernails. The patient was concerned about her discomfort occurring due to the severe itching which used to cause burning with pricking sensation and bleeding from the lesions. Psoriasis on her scalp was associated with severe hair fall, which led to the thinning of hair. Her complaints used to get aggravated in the winter. She had been treated by strong immunosuppressants and steroids in the past. She had no family history of psoriasis. 

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Physicals Generals:
She was a vegetarian with an average appetite. She was fond of fermented food, such as Idli and Dosa. She had an average thirst with profuse, offensive perspiration, which would stain her clothes. Her sleep was sound.

Past History:
Besides Psoriasis, she was not suffering from any major illness.

Family History:
There was no major illness in her family. 

Self And Family Set-Up:
The patient was a housewife, and her husband was a Technician. She has a 6-years-old daughter. She was very anxious by nature. She used to get tense over small matters. She was quite short-tempered and, in anger, she used to scream. Due to her illness, her irritability had increased. She was having the fear of ghosts.

The case was analyzed by Dr. Shah in detail, and he prescribed her research-based medicines. The patient was given the necessary instructions regarding her diet regimen. She was instructed to manage her stress levels, which could be a maintaining cause for her ailments.

When she visited the clinic on 20th April 2016 for her first follow-up, her psoriasis had worsened due to the withdrawal effect of steroids. New lesions had appeared on the abdomen. The existing eruptions of Psoriasis on the scalp were spreading. Based on this development and considering her withdrawal symptoms, she was prescribed revised medicines by Dr. Shah.

Later, after six months, her psoriasis was alleviated and her condition was improving. 

On 18th July 2017, she reported that psoriasis on her both the lower legs and ankles had increased from one month. The scaling and itching had increased. Dr. Shah prescribed her a revised medication.

On 16th October 2017, she reported her lesions are better by 40%. Her relief from psoriasis on the neck, arms, and legs was improving. However, the lesions on her scalp were as it is. Also, there was no difference on the ridges of her nails. The redness and thickness of her lesions had reduced by 40%. The itching and burning had reduced considerably. No new lesions had developed even after she visited her native place where the weather was much cold.

On 14th November 2017, her husband reported that the relief from psoriasis on her ankles and feet was improving steadily. She was experiencing a slight burning and itching. However, the lesions on her lower legs had reduced. The redness had also reduced a lot. 

In the consecutive follow-ups, she experienced a persistent improvement in her Psoriasis.

On 1st March 2018, she reported that she was almost 70% better. All the lesions on her body were getting better. Also, her scalp health had started showing improvement. However, her nails were still not responding. It was explained to the patient that, as the process of nail growth is slow, the recovery of nail psoriasis could be slower in bringing about the curative changes. It was counseled to the patient that psoriasis of the nail has been found to be extremely difficult to treat, especially, when the recovery is aimed at treating disease with internal homeopathic medicines.

On 12th April 2018, when she visited to give a follow-up, her psoriasis continued to be 90% better. Her relief from the lesions, itching, and burning was better. Only the post-inflammatory hyperpigmented scar marks were left. Dr. Shah repeated the same medicines until the next follow-up. She continued the treatment for further recovery.

The above case study highlights that, rather than using strong immunosuppressants, the chronic stubborn Auto-immune disease like psoriasis can be effectively treated with Homeopathy successfully and safely without any side-effects.


- Written by Dr. Mithila K, Associate doctor to Dr. Rajesh Shah

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