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A CASE OF WARTS TREATED WITH HOMOEOPATHY

Dr. Abhishek Achalpurkar, Dr. Hari Shankar Tiwari*, Dr. Sakshi Mewara and Deepti Soni

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Warts are the growth of skin resulting from Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection. Warts appear in various forms on different sites of the body. There is currently no cure for HPV infection, and therapy does not affect transmissibility. Therefore, current therapy aims at eliminating signs and symptoms. Homeopathic treatment is based on understanding of the patient as a whole which includes external signs and symptoms, mental makeup, and general physical state. This is what is called totality of symptoms and, If there are very few or no symptoms, morphology and location of the lesion can be considered in the selection of the medicine. A male aged 33 years presented in the OPD with multiple warts on hands for 15 years. The homoeopathic medicine Antimonium Crudum 10M was prescribed on the basis of morphology and characteristics. Warts were reduced considerably within 7 days and completely vanished in approx 40 days. Two month post treatment follow up showed no recurrence. Photos of before and after treatment provided evidence about the effectiveness of homoeopathic treatment in warts.

Keywords: Warts, Verucca, Homoeopathy, Case Report, Antimonium Crudum.


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