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Sep 27, 2011

A Case of Asthmatic Respiration

Copyright © 2010 Dr R S Mann

A Case of Asthmatic Respiration

Presented By
Dr R. S. Mann

A Male 40 yrs of age, suffering from asthmatic respiration since many years. Asthmatic attacks periodically; as every month but no specific season of occurrence. Aggravation, Evening, when head becomes cold, and  by dust. Patient told that he must lie down with head high otherwise he is unable to breath. Patient has emphasized that he can only sleep with very thick pillow.  In rainy weather asthmatic problems somewhat increases.
Walking aggravates. Patient lives on hilly area so he feels very discomfort in his daily routine, cause everyday he has to walk kilometers to fulfill his various needs.

Earlier patient has received Sulph, Phos, Ars Alb for his complaints without much relief.

His characteristic clinical feature is – “difficult respiration ameliorated by lying on head high.”

May 19, 2010

 Eupatorium Perf 30   TDS for a week.

Jun 4, 2010

One attack of dyspnoea on May 25, 2010 for 6 – 7 hours. 
Sac. Lac. for two weeks.

June 22, 2010

Mild discomfort, like heaviness in chest.
No attack of dyspnoea.
Eupatorium Perf 30 TDS for a week with Sac. Lac. for three weeks.

July 24, 2010

No attack of dyspnoea, not any discomfort. Quite well.
Sac. Lac. For a month.

August 23, 2010

Not any discomfort or difficulty in respiration.
Sac. Lac. For two weeks.

September 9, 2010

Completely well.
Sac. Lac. For a month.

October 16, 2010

No signs and symptoms of any kind of asthmatic respiration.
Sac. Lac. For two weeks and advised to discontinue medicine. And was directed to contact if anytime he get his asthma back in between, or asked to report after 6 months.

April 4, 2011

Reported he is well.

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