DR.MALA SHARMA 
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Introduction:-
Benign prostatic hypertrophy is a benign tumor of
prostate gland which is located at the neck of the bladder. It originates from
the peri- urethral prostatic tissue and has underlying SYCOTIC MIASM. It is
very common in men after the age of 45 and maximum cases follow treatment
between the age of 50 to 60yrs. Urban population is more affected than rural
may be because of the diet habits and sedentary life style. Most of the cases
of BPH are associated with other conditions like Renal Calculi , Fatty
infiltration of liver, gall stones, recurrent UTI etc. It is a progressive
disease if left untreated, can cause annoying symptoms of bladder-neck, urethral
obstruction and may even result into complete retention of urine. Initially,
patient experiences symptoms of URGENCY, WEAKSTREAM, STRAINING, NOCTURIA and
INTERMITTENCY. OTHER SYMPTOMS like bodyache, fever, chill and burning urination
if complicated with UIT. Intensity of symptoms depends on the severity of
obstruction. The cause of BPH is not clearly understood and is believed to be
due to growing age and a decreased level of testosterone. Positive family
history is usually present and predisposes you to this condition.
Homeopathic Aproach:-
Homoeopathic treatment is safe and the most widely accepted
alternative treatment for BPH. Not all cases of BPH can be treated with
homeopathic medicines. Homoeopathic physician should follow treatment protocol
and advised to the patient accordingly. Homoeopathic treatment is advised to
the patients for having 1.) no strong indication for surgery when confirmed
through clinical examination and clinical symptoms by the physician.
2.) Recently diagnosed cases with mild to moderate
symptoms are suitable for Homoeopathic treatment.
3.) Patients refuse surgery either due to age factor
or can not be operated due to other medical reasons.
Advantage of Homoeopathic treatment is that our
remedies have anti-tumor properties, help in reducing the size, counteracts
infection and improves sphincter control. Results depend upon the size of Prostate
hypertrophy. Patients experiencing mild symptoms with marginal hypotrophy find
greater relief as compared to chromic advance cases with acute retention of
urine.
CASE STUDY:
Mr. Bansi Dhar approached me with his chief complaint
of BURNING with no desire for urination. There was no difficulty in the flow
and frequency of maturations. He was severely suffering from burring in urinary
treat. Previously, he was taking treatment from on of the hospital and followed
the same for 2 months. He did not get relief in burning and was fade up of
taking antibiotics again and again. Investigation were admired in the hospital
and diagnosed a case of BPHR with UTI. His other complaints were mild backache and
mental stress due to illness. But in general he is better by passing flatus or
2-3 stools in a day. Giving more emphasis on his chief complaint I started
treatment as follow with investigations before and after treatment. 
Chief Complaint:-
Urethra: – Burning urination when not urinating
Medicines Prescribed on 2-7-2012
1.)  Staphysagria 200/3Doses/3 hourly
2.)  Placebo 30/Tbsp
3.)  Sabal Serrulata Q/2drops/ Tds/7days
Next Visit 19.07.2012:-
Burning better but still present occasionally
1.)  Staphysagria 200/1 dose
2.)  Placabo 30/tds
3.)  Sabal Serrulata Q / 7 days
Next Visit: 25.07.2012
Burning much better
1.)  Placebo 30/TDSP
2.)  Sabal Serrulata Q/2 drops thrice daily /d
10 days.
Next Visit: 4.07.2012
Case with fever 102Degree F, body ache, slight chill,
thirst for water associated with severe burring eyes, nose, throat & chest
which is better after tea.
1)    Ars.Alb 30/3 Doses
2)    Placebo 30/Tds /5 Days
Nest Visit: 10.08.2012
No Fever, No burning, no bodyache but occasional
burning before and after passing urine complained by the patient.
Advised :-
1.) Urine :- R/M/ Culture
2.) USG – Lower  abdomen
1.)  Placebo 30/tds
2.)  Sabal Serrulata Q/2 drops/  tds
Next Visit: 24.08.2012
Patient came with reports USG :–Scan within normal
limits
Urine
R       /         M
Pus cells – 10-12 /HPF
RBC – 2-3 /HPF
Albumin – trace
REACTION – ACIDIC
Urine – Culture – Organism isolated E.coli
1.)  thuja / 1M / 1 Dose /  at bed time
2.)  Placebo 30 / Tds / 15 Days
Next Visit: 12.09.2012
No burning while passing urine
1.)  Placebo 30/tds /10days
Next Visit: 21.09.2012
1.)  Placebo 30/tds/3 weeks
Next Visit: No complaints
1.)  Placebo 30/tds/10days
2.)  Advised urine – culture
Next Visit: 27.10.2012
Urine culture report
Sterile urine after 48 hours incubation period at 37
degree c.
No further treatment continued. Patient is better and
no complaints till now.
Conclusion:-
I found sycotic miasm in background and selected
antisycotic miasmatic medicines both for the burning when not urinating
staphysagria and thuja occidentalis given to the patient to eradicate bacterial
infection to cure the case.

It shows antisycotic remedies have a
considerable control upon the growth and other related complaints. Therefore, I
can justify  anti-miasmatic plays a vital
role. Further investigations before and after treatment are valuable support to
the case.

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