Homeopathy Medicine for Leprosy
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The patient has hypopigmented skin patches associated with loss of sensation to touch or temperature indicating peripheral nerve involvement. There are symmetrical skin lesions, nodules and thickening of the dermis. Patient also complains of transient rash with features of acute febrile illness and occasional epistaxis. Numbness and tingling in extremeties is occasionally experienced. It is a case of LEPROSY.,
Mycobacterium leprae, which causes leprosy, has a long incubation period, is not very contagious, and it typically manifests as skin sores, nerve damage, and muscle weakness. As it progresses, several complications can occur, including disfigurement, muscle weakness, sensory loss, and permanent nerve damage in limbs.
There are two or three different types of clinical expressions, and it usually takes longer than a month or a year for them to fully manifest. Prodromal symptoms include fever, malaise, limb pain, and other prodromal symptoms.
- Lepromatous leprosy is characterized by the development of dull, red, infiltrating nodules that may fuse to form a large plaque on the face, limbs, and, less frequently, the trunk. The nasopharynx may become involved at an early stage.
- Macular skin lesions caused by tuberculoid leprosy are more obvious, pigmented, and anesthetic; they also have trophic changes.
Peripheral nerves, which include the nerves in your skin and eyes as well as the thin tissue lining the inside of your nose, are the primary targets of leprosy.
Leprosy is characterized by disfiguring skin lesions, lumps, or bumps, usually of a pale color, that persist for weeks or months before disappearing.
Affected nerves may result in:
- legs and arms lose their feeling
- Muscle weakness
The time between contact with the bacteria and the appearance of symptoms is known as the incubation period, and it typically takes 3 to 5 years for symptoms to appear after contracting the bacteria that causes leprosy, with some people developing symptoms 20 years later. Because of leprosy’s lengthy incubation period, it can be very challenging for doctors to pinpoint when and where an individual with leprosy became infected.
Leprosy is brought on by a kind of bacteria that grows slowly calledMycobacterium leprae(M. lepraeLeprosy is also referred to as Hansen’s disease, Hansen being the name of the researcher whoM. lepraein 1873.
Leprosy may be spread through coughing or sneezing, which can spread droplets containing the disease, but the exact method of transmission is unknown.M. lepraeLeprosy can only be spread through close physical contact with an infected person; it cannot be spread through innocuous contact such as shaking hands, hugging, or sitting next to an infected person on a bus or at a table during a meal.
Leprosy cannot be sexually transmitted or passed to unborn children by pregnant women who have it.
Leprosy, which primarily affects people with lymphatic temperaments, is another destructive process of tubercular origin that has the potential to cause vicious and unheard-of deformity. It is only in the tubercular miasm that we must contend with such challenges in the fight against these diseases.
ChaulmoograLeprosy in its early stages has been successfully treated using oil and its derivatives.
Hydrocotyle asiaticahas a great reputation for treating leprosy when there are no ulcerations, copper-colored eruptions, especially on the face, and excessive skin thickening from exfoliation.
Petroleumhas skin that is filthy, hard, rough, thickened like parchment, skin that is prone to tuberculosis, numbness in the extremities, and skin that easily breaks and bleeds.
Anacardium orientalepossesses numb, pins-and-needles-like sensations in the cold, affected areas of the body have insensible skin, and the limbs are paralyzed.