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Shreeji Homeo Clinic

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Gujarat , India  India
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Shreeji Homeo Clinic - Vadodara

The feeling of well being is the most beautiful gift that can be given to any person on this earth. This feeling is most gratifying when brought out in a child, who is our tomorrow and his well being leads to a healthy adult. Right medicine has excellent curative properties healing from within, balancing all spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical and pathological Graduated with Honors from S.P.University,Ramakrushna Mission – Anand Homeopathic Medical College & Research Center,Anand,Gujarat,India in 1996.

In December 1996 he is completed B.H.M.S Degree. In 1997 He takes training from Dr.Kantibhai in Khambhat, In 1998 He started Consulting in Ramakrushna Mission  - Anand Homeopathic Medical College & Research Center as a Lecturer for 2 Years. He has a well found theoretical background and extensive practical expertise in various fields like paediatrics, cardiology with ECG analysis, Diabetes, Nephrology, Dermatology, Rheumatology and emergency medicine along with the experience and expertise in Homoeopathy field.

He has documented cases of Chronic renal failure, diabetes and its complications, tuberculosis, Asthma, Hypertension, Psoriasis, Psychiatric Disorders, Pneumonia, Nephrotic Syndrome etc,Homeopathy is a system of medicine based on nature's simple principle of 'what can cause can cure' - SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR.  All great discoveries in almost all sciences have been made by simply observing and mimicking nature.  Homeopathy is one such science.

Homeopathy believes that each person reacts differently to the same stimulus - this is called 'individualization', and it is a unique feature of homeopathy.  For example, it is a common experience that while cutting onions the eyes start burning, the nose starts to run and sometimes a person will sneeze.  Red chilly powder can have a similar effect - burning, watering eyes, irritated and runny nose, sneezing.

However, the effects of the two differ significantly: while onion causes a bland nasal discharge with a burning eye discharge, red chilly there is burning in the eyes and nose but both the discharges are bland.  In both the instances the phenomenon is like the common cold but the nature of the discharges varies.  So two people with the same common cold need two different drugs based on their specific manifestation.  Both onion-Alium cepa and red chilly are homeopathic drugs.   There are a number of other substances that give rise to symptoms like the common cold, each with subtle variations, and all of them are useful in the treatment of various "types" of cold.

People undergoing homeopathic treatment for the first time can be baffled and sometimes irritated with the innumerable questions posed by the physician.  However, all these questions help the physician to identify the individualized way in which the patient is manifesting a particular ailment, and then prescribe accordingly.   Going back to the example of cold some people while suffering from it tend to lose their temper and feel very irritated, which is a mental component of the physical ailment.  The appetite may be increased, decreased or changed - there may be a craving for a particular food or the patient may feel revulsion for food that they normally like.  All of this information is useful to the homeopathic physician in order to determine which among the possible courses of treatment is best suited to that particular individual.

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Atopic dermatitis, also referred to as eczema, is an itchy eruption of the skin. It's a long-lasting (chronic) condition that may be accompanied by asthma or hay fever. Atopic dermatitis is most often seen in infants and children, but it can continue into adulthood or first appear later in life.Although atopic dermatitis may affect virtually any area, it classically involves skin on the arms and behind the knees. It tends to flare periodically and then subside for a time, even up to several years. The exact cause of atopic dermatitis is unknown, but it may result from a malfunction in the body's immune system.

Even mild atopic dermatitis can be extremely itchy. Self-care measures, such as avoiding soaps or other irritants and applying creams or ointments, can help. See your doctor if your symptoms distract you from your daily routines or prevent you from sleeping.Hives, also known as urticaria, are batches of raised, red or white itchy welts (wheals) of various sizes that appear and disappear. While most cases of hives go away within a few weeks or less, for some people they are a long-term problem. Chronic hives are defined as hives that last for more than six weeks or hives that go away but recur frequently.

In most cases of chronic hives, a cause is never clearly identified. In some cases, the condition may be related to an underlying autoimmune disorder — when your body becomes allergic to itself. Chronic hives can also be linked to other health problems such as thyroid disease or lupus.While the underlying cause of chronic hives is usually not identified, treatment can help with symptoms. For many people, a combination of antihistamine medications provides the best relief.Lichen planus is an inflammatory skin condition. It appears as rows of itchy, flat-topped bumps (lesions) on the arms and legs. Sometimes, lichen planus affects the mucous membranes, especially in the mouth and genitals, causing pain, soreness or a burning sensation.

Lichen planus isn't an infectious disease and isn't contagious. But it can be persistent, lasting months or even years. It may reappear after it goes away. This makes treatment of lichen planus difficult. Self-care measures, such as tub soaks and cool compresses, can help. But more bothersome symptoms may need prescription ointments or creams to reduce the itching and inflammation.Boils and carbuncles are painful, pus-filled bumps that form under your skin when bacteria infect and inflame one or more of your hair follicles.Boils usually start as red, tender lumps. The lumps quickly fill with pus, growing larger and more painful until they rupture and drain. Although some boils disappear a few days after they occur, most take about two weeks to heal.

Boils can occur anywhere on your skin, but appear mainly on your face, neck, armpits, buttocks or thighs — hair-bearing areas where you're most likely to sweat or experience friction. Sometimes boils occur in clusters called carbuncles. Although anyone can develop boils and carbuncles, people who have diabetes, a suppressed immune system, or acne or other skin problems are at increased risk.

You can usually care for a single boil at home, but don't attempt to lance or squeeze it — that may spread the infection. Call your doctor if a boil or carbuncle is extremely painful, lasts longer than two weeks or occurs with a fever. In that case, you may need antibiotics or surgical drainage to clear the infection of boils and carbuncles.Psoriasis is a common skin disease that affects the life cycle of skin cells. Normally, new cells take about a month to move from the lowest skin layer where they're produced, to the outermost layer where they die and flake off. With psoriasis, the entire life cycle takes only days. As a result, cells build up rapidly, forming thick silvery scales and itchy, dry, red patches that are sometimes painful.

Psoriasis is a persistent, long-lasting (chronic) disease. You may have periods when your psoriasis symptoms improve or go into remission alternating with times your psoriasis becomes worse.For some people, psoriasis is just a nuisance. For others, it's disabling, especially when associated with arthritis. No cure exists, but psoriasis treatments may offer significant relief. And self-care measures, such as using a nonprescription cortisone cream and exposing your skin to small amounts of ultraviolet light, can improve your psoriasis symptoms.

Zits. Pimples. Blemishes. No matter what you call them, acne can be distressing and annoyingly persistent. Acne lesions heal slowly, and when one begins to resolve, others seem to crop up. This ongoing battle and long-lasting cycle is both wearisome and frustrating.Hormones likely play a role in the development of acne, making the condition most common in teenagers. But people of all ages can get acne. Some adult women experience mild to moderate acne due to hormonal changes associated with pregnancy, their menstrual cycles, or starting or stopping birth control pills.

Teenage and adult acne can take months or years to treat successfully. Depending on its severity, acne can cause emotional distress and lead to scarring of the skin.The good news is that effective treatments are available. Acne treatment for mild cases usually involves self-care measures, such as washing your skin daily with a gentle cleanser and using an over-the-counter acne cream. Acne treatment for severe cases usually includes one or more prescription medications. Once acne is under control, prevention strategies can help keep your skin clear of breakouts.

Asthma occurs when the main air passages of your lungs, the bronchial tubes, become inflamed. The muscles of the bronchial walls tighten, and cells in the lungs produce extra mucus further narrowing your airways. This can cause minor wheezing to severe difficulty in breathing. In some cases, your breathing may be so labored that an asthma attack becomes life-threatening.Asthma is a chronic but treatable condition. You can manage your condition much like someone manages diabetes or heart disease.

You and your doctor can work together to control asthma, reduce the severity and frequency of attacks and help maintain a normal, active life. Every year, more than 60,000 Americans die of pneumonia — an inflammation of the lungs that's usually caused by infection with bacteria, viruses, fungi or other organisms. Pneumonia is a particular concern for older adults and people with chronic illnesses or impaired immune systems, but it can also strike young, healthy people. Worldwide, it's a leading cause of death in children.

There are many kinds of pneumonia ranging in seriousness from mild to life-threatening. Pneumonia acquired while in the hospital can be particularly virulent and deadly. Although signs and symptoms vary, many cases of pneumonia develop suddenly, with chest pain, fever, chills, cough and shortness of breath. Infection often follows a cold or the flu, but it can also be associated with other illnesses or occur on its own.Although antibiotics can treat some of the most common forms of bacterial pneumonias, antibiotic-resistant strains are a growing problem. For that reason, and because the disease can be very serious, it's best to try to prevent infection in the first place.


Osteoarthritis, sometimes called degenerative joint disease or osteoarthrosis, is the most common form of arthritis. Osteoarthritis occurs when cartilage in your joints wears down over time.Osteoarthritis can affect any joint in your body, though it most commonly affects joints in your hands, hips, knees and spine. Osteoarthritis typically affects just one joint, though in some cases, such as with finger arthritis, several joints can be affected.

Osteoarthritis gradually worsens with time, and no cure exists. But osteoarthritis treatments can relieve pain and help you remain active. Taking steps to actively manage your osteoarthritis may help you gain control over your osteoarthritis pain.Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory form of arthritis that causes joint pain and damage. Rheumatoid arthritis attacks the lining of your joints (synovium) causing swelling that can result in aching and throbbing and eventually deformity. Sometimes rheumatoid arthritis symptoms make even the simplest activities — such as opening a jar or taking a walk — difficult to manage.

Rheumatoid arthritis is two to three times more common in women than in men and generally occurs between the ages of 40 and 60. But rheumatoid arthritis can also affect young children and older adults.There's no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. With proper treatment, a strategy for joint protection and changes in lifestyle, you can live a long, productive life with rheumatoid arthritis.Osteoporosis, which means "porous bones," causes bones to become weak and brittle — so brittle that even mild stresses like bending over, lifting a vacuum cleaner or coughing can cause a fracture. In most cases, bones weaken when you have low levels of calcium, phosphorus and other minerals in your bones.

A common result of osteoporosis is fractures — most of them in the spine, hip or wrist. Although it's often thought of as a women's disease, osteoporosis also affects many men. And aside from people who have osteoporosis, many more have low bone density.It's never too late — or too early — to do something about osteoporosis. You can take steps to keep bones strong and healthy throughout life.You wake up in the middle of the night, and your big toe feels as if it's on fire. It's hot, swollen and so tender that even the weight of a sheet on it seems intolerable. These problems could indicate an acute attack of gout — or gouty arthritis — a form of arthritis that's characterized by sudden, severe attacks of pain, redness and tenderness in joints.

Gout is a complex disorder that can affect anyone. Men are more likely to get gout than women are, but women become increasingly susceptible to gout after menopause.Fortunately, gout is treatable, and there are ways to reduce the risk that gout will recur. A fairly rare condition in which lining of rectum and colon become progressively ulcerated, causing periodic attacks of left-sided Abdomen pain, Diarrhea, mucus and blood in faces, and in severe cases Fever and Nausea. Complications include Anemia, as ulcers bleed, and Septicemia, as toxins from ulcers get into bloodstream; risk of developing cancer of the colon or rectum - see Cancer is slight.

Cause is not known, but broad-spectrum antibiotics can aggravate condition. Diagnosis is by barium enema and endoscopies of the rectum and lower colon. Conventionally treated by steroids; in severe cases steroids and nutrients may have to be given intravenously to rest colon and allow it to heal; colostomy, or surgical removal of affected part of colon, is a last resort.After a first attack, constitutional homeopathic treatment is recommended.Also known as functional or nervous diarrhea, colon or vegetative neurosis, or mucous colitis; main symptoms are Constipations and Diarroea, turn and turn about, occasional cramping pains in lower abdomen, and sometimes pain on defecating. Muscular contraction in the colon or ileum is uncoordinated and spasmodic, though not for any reason which can be detected by X-rays or endoscopy; causes are as likely to be psychological - family, marital, or work problems, cancer Phobia, in fact Stress in general - as dietary.

However, a low-fiber diet, or intolerance to wheat, corn, dairy products, citrus fruit, tea, coffee, apples, pears, and salads - in that order- is sometimes the culprit Less often, spasms can be triggered off by a bowel infection, bowel parasites (, tapeworms, amoebae, etc.), overgrowth of bowel flora, , spinal maladjustment, or excessive use of laxatives. Twice as many women are affected as men.A coma is a state of prolonged unconsciousness in which the brain functions at its lowest level of alertness. A person in a coma can't be awakened and doesn't respond purposefully to physical or verbal stimulation.

Various causes can bring on a coma — a traumatic head injury, an underlying illness such as diabetes or infection, a stroke, or as the result of a brain tumor.Occasionally a doctor may induce a coma with drugs to protect the brain and give it a chance to heal after brain surgery, or when someone is experiencing prolonged seizures. Doctors may also use drug-induced coma to control brain swelling caused by a brain injury from head trauma, a stroke or an infection.People can recover from comas. Recovery depends on the cause, the severity of the injury or illness, and what part of the brain was affected. It's rare for a coma to last more than two weeks.

The level of care and assistance a person may need following recovery from a coma varies and may change over time. Many options for treatment and rehabilitation are available.Cervical spondylosis is a general term for age-related wear and tear affecting the joints in your neck. Also known as cervical osteoarthritis, this condition usually appears in men and women older than 40 and progresses with age. Although cervical spondylosis affects both sexes equally, men usually develop it at an earlier age than women do.

As you age, the bones and cartilage that make up your backbone and neck gradually deteriorate, sometimes forming irregular bony outgrowths called bone spurs. These changes, which are characteristic of cervical spondylosis, occur in everyone's spine. Still, many people with signs of cervical spondylosis on X-rays manage to escape the associated symptoms, which include pain, stiffness and muscle spasms.

At the other extreme, cervical spondylosis may compress one or more of the spinal nerves branching out of the cervical vertebrae — a condition called cervical radiculopathy. Bone spurs and other irregularities caused by cervical spondylosis also may reduce the diameter of the canal that houses the spinal cord, resulting in cervical myelopathy. Cervical radiculopathy and cervical myelopathy can lead to permanent disability. Fortunately, most adults with cervical spondylosis — nearly 90 percent — will not lose nerve function, even temporarily.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common disorders that doctors see. Yet it's also one that many people aren't comfortable talking about because the signs and symptoms may be embarrassing. Some signs and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome are:As many as one in five American adults has irritable bowel syndrome. Most people with IBS find signs and symptoms improve as they learn to control the condition. Only a small percentage of people with irritable bowel syndrome have severe signs and symptoms.

Fortunately, unlike more serious intestinal diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome doesn't cause inflammation or changes in bowel tissue or increase your risk of colorectal cancer. In many cases, you can control irritable bowel syndrome by managing your diet, lifestyle and stress.The longest nerve in your body, the sciatic nerve runs from your pelvis through your buttock and hip area and down the back of each leg. It controls many of the muscles in your lower legs and provides feeling to your thighs, legs and feet. The term "sciatica" refers to pain that radiates along the path of this nerve — from your back into your buttock and leg.

Sciatica isn't a disorder in and of itself. Instead, it's a symptom of another problem involving the nerve, such as a herniated disk. Depending on the cause, the pain of acute sciatica usually goes away on its own in six weeks or so.In the meantime, heat and cold applications, over-the-counter pain relievers, and exercise or physical therapy can help ease the discomfort of sciatica and speed recovery. Surgery to relieve pressure on the nerve may be an option when symptoms of sciatica don't respond to conservative treatment and pain is chronic or disabling.

Hemorrhoids, which are also called piles, are swollen and inflamed veins in your anus and rectum. They may result from straining during a bowel movement or the increased pressure on these veins during pregnancy, among other causes.A sometimes embarrassing topic of discussion, hemorrhoids are common. By age 50, about half of adults have had to deal with the itching, bleeding and pain that often signal the presence of hemorrhoids.Fortunately, effective medications and procedures are readily available to treat hemorrhoids. In many cases hemorrhoids may require only self-care and lifestyle changes.

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