Homoeopathy and Renal Stone: An Evidence-Based Clinical Case Report of Non-Surgical Renal Stone Expulsion

Homoeopathy and Renal Stone: An Evidence-Based Clinical Case Report of Non-Surgical Renal Stone Expulsion

(Advancements in Homeopathic Research, Vol. 7 No.4, November 2022-January 2023, Date of Publication 2022/11/01, Pages no. 49-54)ISSN : 2456-3668 (Print) //2583-5661 (Online) DOI: 10.48165/ahr.2022.7.4.5

Asif Sardar 1, Subhasish Sarkar2
1 M.D. (Hom.) MateriaMedica, NIH
Medical Officer Homoeopathy
2 M.D. (Hom.) Practice of Medicine, NIH
Medical Officer Homoeopathy
Dept. of AYUSH, AIIMS Bhubaneswar
Correspondence address:
Dr. Subhasish Sarkar
Dept. of AYUSH AIIMS Bhubaneswar
Sijua, Orisaa, 751019
Mob: 8013360256
Email: sarkarsubhasish2697@gamil.com

Abstract
Renal stone is the most common urinary tract disease found worldwide. The prevalence of renal stone disease has increased considerably in the past few decades. Changes in lifestyle, faulty diet, too much psychological stress, and environmental factors are possible predisposing factors. Some patients may be asymptomatic or have atypical symptoms such as vague abdominal pain. In contrast, others will have more typical symptoms, such as acute abdominal or flank pain, nausea, urinary urgency, or frequency. The approach in conventional treatment gives no permanent solution. Homoeopathic constitution medicine treats the patient as a whole and seizes the recurrence. This article illustrates a case report of successful non-surgical expulsion of renal calculus by homoeopathic medicine to show the potentiality of homoeopathic medicines. 1,2
Keywords: Renal stone, Homoeopathy, Case Report, LycopodiumClavatum

ISSN- 2456-3668 (P) * VOL. 7 NO. 4 November 2022 -January 2023 (pp. 49-54) *DOI: 10.48165/ahr.2022.7.4.5