Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : BPH


TREATMENTOF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY IN HOMOEOPATHY WITH REPERTORIAL ANALYSIS –A CASE STUDY WITH REVIEW OF ANCIENT INDIAN MEDICINE

Jv’n prof. Dr. M. P. Sharma m.d. (hom.); Jv’n prof. Dr. Anil kumar vangani m.d. (hom.); Jv’n dr. Rakesh sharmam.d. (hom.); Jv’n dr. Hemant vyas m.d. (hom.); Jv’n dr. Alka jain m.d. (hom.); Jv’n dr. Bharat sharmam.d. (hom.)

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1260-1277

Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is fibro–myoadenoma of prostatic gland and
homoeopathy offers a non-surgical treatment in such cases. Approach of homoeopathy is
individualizing through totality of symptoms by repertorial analysis of the repertorial results of
repertory indicated and used for the purpose. A case was studied which was treated with this
approach and was brilliantly cured is discussed in the study. Homeopathy is always known to be
safe and good option for such conditions; is authenticated deeply regarding its principles- in
Ancient Indian Literature and we need to test its efficacy in clinical trial, in order to help
community, Government and Corporates to make a policy for prevention of work loss and to
improve quality of life of it’s citizens/employees and their dependants, which we will able to do by
assessing results of this study and conduct more future studies in this regard in near future.