chikungunya fever treatment...

chikungunya fever treatment...

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randhirrana

Indore, India

#1 Aug 25, 2006
hello dear,
chikungunya fever are remain fourth to five day,
only bed rest & drinking more water,
symptomatic treatment by take pyrogen 200potency,
when fever are control you should take
rhus-tox 200potency,
if sore throat & multiple compaint you should take aconite 1m for increase yours immunity power,
wish to speedy recovery,
dr.randhirsinh rana
nari bhavnagar
binu

Ernakulam, India

#2 Oct 9, 2006
chickungunya is now a great problem in the kerala so all the doctors in the world should work hard and find a good medicine to resist from chickungunya virus
amal

Ernakulam, India

#3 Oct 9, 2006
chickungunya is caught to me and it is very pain full to my joints and the fact that the mosquito that cause this fever does not fly more than 100 mts and that
nitin katre

Indore, India

#4 Oct 12, 2006
last week i cured from chikungunya but still i have a joint pain and weekness. What should i take to cure from the same?
soms

Delhi, India

#5 Nov 7, 2006
lost month i was effected by chikungunya fever ,i ave very pain in all joints .i need medicine for thi
Dr_Razi colombo

Sri Lanka

#6 Nov 27, 2006
No vaccine or specific antiviral treatment for chikungunya fever is available. Treatment is symptomatic--rest, fluids, and ibuprofen, naproxen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol may relieve symptoms of fever and aching. Aspirin should be avoided Infected persons should be protected from further mosquito exposure (staying indoors and/or under a mosquito net during the first few days of illness) so that they can't contribute to the transmission cycle.
shaarun-Kerala

Ludhiana, India

#7 Dec 13, 2006
After this fever we have BONE pain.
take HOT WATER add 5drops of eukaliptus
our leg is put in the hot water bucket
for 5 mits.this treatment is my experience.It relief your leg pain.
jambu

Pleasant Hill, CA

#8 Jan 1, 2007
my relatives are in coimbatore (Tamilnadu,India)and recently(dec 20,2006) being affected by chickungunya . It looks like it still hasn’t been controlled in coimbatore. They are suffering very badly. its been 2 weeks,since they were admitted in hospital.more than a week in Intensive care unit.
various symptoms are seen. including adhoc memory loss.
hope its controlled soon, before it comes another round..
have any one affected by it had temporary memory loss(confused state),blabbering some times..?
from the hospital they were admitted, it seems that some previous patients had similar symptoms.
just checking if any one had similar experience..
Joe De Livera

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#9 Nov 21, 2007
I would like to record my experience in the treatment of Chikun Gunya (CKG) which was first reported in Sri Lanka and which my wife contacted. This is a record of my experience in the treatment of this dread disease at first hand, first in the case of my wife and later in the case of over 50 patients all of whom were resident in the vicinity of my residence in Colombo where CKG seemed to be spreading from door to door at an alarming rate up to last April.
The disease started in the case of my wife with an acute pain on her heel which she complained of late in the evening of November 16 2006 and which I investigated carefully to ascertain if there was some wound which was causing the pain. There was however no reason for this pain and she went to bed early and around 3.00AM she woke up as she had a rigor with violent shivering and a temperature of around 103F. She took 2 Paracetemol tablets and by morning she was in a bad way with the temperature rising higher and 104F was recorded when an ice bag was used. Her temperature was not responding to Paracetemol and I gave her Oscillococcinum 200 in the wet dose every 3 hours and this seemed to be more effective as the temperature dropped within about 3 hours and stabilized by mid-day.
She complained of acute pain in all her joints and her Arthritis which I had treated successfully earlier had returned with full force and she was unable to leave her bed without assistance. She did not have any appetite and I persuaded her to sip liquids both warm and cold and she complained of an awful bitter taste in her mouth. I used Hypericum 200 for the pain in her body and Rhus Tox 1M which I had used successfully earlier for her Arthritis, all in the wet dose.
On the third day there was perceptible swelling of her legs and her ankles which was alarming to behold and I gave her Apis 6 in the wet dose and to my surprise this remedy reduced the swelling in about 6 hours. I also used it to help reduce the swelling of many other patient's limbs and they all reported positive results. Apis 6 is taken thrice daily.
Her condition deteriorated for a week during which time she had to be helped out of bed as her whole body ached and her joints were very painful. Her temperature stabilized within about 4 days and she had lost her appetite. She was not able to climb down the stairs and was confined to the upper floor.
Since there was every possibility of my contacting her disease I decided to use the only anti viral remedy that I had used successfully to prevent colds and used Gelsemium 30 in the wet dose twice daily. I am happy to record that this remedy protected me from contacting this dread disease which at my advanced age of 78 would have set me back many years. It was also helpful in preventing the members of over 25 households with known CKG patients to be protected from contacting this disease. I have no doubt that Gelsemium 30 prevents this virus from infecting others in the same household as it was impossible to prevent mosquitos biting me and others and thereby spreading the virus.
I had ordered Polyporus Pinicola (PP) which my Homeopathic colleagues in India recommended and had used successfully for CKG patients and received this remedy in the third week after my wife was infected. I then changed her medication over to PP 6 in the wet dose and she responded quickly to this remedy which was obviously more effective in treating CKG than the other remedies that I was using.

Continued below
Joe De Livera

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#10 Nov 21, 2007
My wife was back to normal in a month although she had to be on the medication which comprised the following remedies for many months :
Arnica 30 Dose 1 teaspoonful twice daily
Polyporus Pinicola 6 Dose 1teaspoonful thrice daily
The acute pains that characterize this disease left her in a month but the chronic phase of this disease continued for about 6 months when she complained of pains which occurred in various parts of her extremities like pin prick like pain in her toes and in her fingers which did not show any outward signs of any injury but which her nervous system conveyed to her brain as being real. This phenomenon is unknown as far as I am aware in other diseases where the patient is cured in a given time and does not suffer from any residual after pain. This after pain has been reported by other patients whom I have treated for CKG. Occasional swelling of the ankles was noticed and her Arthritis bothered her from time to time. Today over 10 months after she was first infected, she still seems to suffer from the after effects of CKG and this is true of other patients that I have treated.
I would like to record that the remedy Polyporus Pinicola which I received 3 weeks after my wife was first infected with CKG was discovered to be far more effective for the treatment of this disease, judging by the response of patients to this remedy which in some cases was dramatic. I used it in the 200c potency for patients who presented within a week after they were infected when they are in the acute stage of this disease. I used the 6c potency for others who presented later with the chronic symptoms and found that this was more suitable to reduce the swelling and the joint pains. The 200c showed dramatic results as patients who were barely able to walk who had caught the disease a few days prior were able to resume their normal life within 48 hours of their being treated with the 200c.
It is my hope that the patients who suffer from this dread disease in Ravenna and Cervia in North Italy will see this post and use Polyporus Pinicola in the manner that I have detailed above. Those affected would have already discovered that the drugs which they would already have been prescribed would not have helped them as drugs like Steroids and Antibiotics which are used by the majority of doctors have no positive effect and in some cases have even made a bad situation far worse especially in the case of liberal usage of steroids to treat CKG. Analgesics would have helped to control the pain and fever but this too would only have been effective in the short term as they do not offer a cure. Rest is essential and food must be taken as soon as the appetite returns. The intake of liquids is paramount in spite of the aversion to them that patients will experience.

Continued below
Joe De Livera

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#11 Nov 21, 2007
For the benefit of those who are not familiar with the Wet Dose which I have referred to above I would like to repeat the instructions on how this is made. I have observed that the wet dose is best made with the remedy in the original Ethanol format instead of with the pellets already activated with the remedy.
2 drops of the remedy in Ethanol or 3-4 pellets of the remedy are inserted into a 500ml bottle of spring water which is shaken hard in the hand with a twisting motion to produce bubbling and aeration of the water. If no bubbles are noticed this is due to insufficient air space at the top of the bottle and an inch of water is poured out when it will bubble when shaken. This bubbling and aeration is Homeopathic Succussion and this must be done every time before each dose which is a teaspoonful is sipped slowly to enable the remedy to be absorbed into the body through the mucous membranes in the mouth.
I would welcome information from members both Homeopaths and patients who have treated or suffered from this dread disease as this information will be very valuable in the treatment of CKG with Homeopathy. It is accepted that modern medicine has not discovered up to date, any specific drug or vaccine to treat this dread disease, the likes of which have never been experienced throughout the world up to about 2 years ago.
Joe De Livera
Colombo
Sri Lanka
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Joe De Livera

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#12 Nov 21, 2007
I have just noticed that my post which I split up into 3 sections has not appeared above.

If anyone who reads part 3 of my long post wishes to get more information on Chikun Gunya and the therapy that I used successfully to cure it, you can contact me at the website below:

For the benefit of those who are not familiar with the Wet Dose which I have referred to above I would like to repeat the instructions on how this is made. I have observed that the wet dose is best made with the remedy in the original Ethanol format instead of with the pellets already activated with the remedy.
2 drops of the remedy in Ethanol or 3-4 pellets of the remedy are inserted into a 500ml bottle of spring water which is shaken hard in the hand with a twisting motion to produce bubbling and aeration of the water. If no bubbles are noticed this is due to insufficient air space at the top of the bottle and an inch of water is poured out when it will bubble when shaken. This bubbling and aeration is Homeopathic Succussion and this must be done every time before each dose which is a teaspoonful is sipped slowly to enable the remedy to be absorbed into the body through the mucous membranes in the mouth.
I would welcome information from members both Homeopaths and patients who have treated or suffered from this dread disease as this information will be very valuable in the treatment of CKG with Homeopathy. It is accepted that modern medicine has not discovered up to date, any specific drug or vaccine to treat this dread disease, the likes of which have never been experienced throughout the world up to about 2 years ago.
Joe De Livera
Colombo
Sri Lanka
http://www.homeopathyandmore.com/forum/viewfo...
prabha sulu

Vellore, India

#13 Nov 24, 2007
euparorium perfoliatum has given very good response in relieving CKG symptoms. sometimes Rhus tox also has been used to complete cure
Dr Usuf - Colombo

Sri Lanka

#14 Nov 26, 2007
Honey
We are talking homoeopathy here - NOT allopathy pls! We cure chik fever inside 48 hours with homoeopathic drugs whereas those treated with allopathic drugs come to me even after weeks hospital admissions with horrendous side effects!!
Dr_Razi colombo wrote:
No vaccine or specific antiviral treatment for chikungunya fever is available. Treatment is symptomatic--rest, fluids, and ibuprofen, naproxen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol may relieve symptoms of fever and aching. Aspirin should be avoided Infected persons should be protected from further mosquito exposure (staying indoors and/or under a mosquito net during the first few days of illness) so that they can't contribute to the transmission cycle.
Hewge

Sri Lanka

#15 Dec 1, 2007
I was infected with Chikungunya(CHik-v) last November (2006). I was initially down with high fever for about 5 day and the temprature went down. But thereafter i went through an undescribable period (almost 1 year now) full of pain and suffering due to logterm effects left behind by Chikungunya. Joint pain leading to degeneraion of bones, so many episodes of severe constipation, severely itchy skin rashes, back pain, calsification in urine, pain behind the eye, pain inside the ear and tittinus (buzzing) leading to hearing loss etc, were a few. However I realised that most of these aches and pains were due to a " SEVERE ALLERY" that was left behind by Chikungunya. I came to know of people whose kidneys have got effected due to longterm effects of this virus. Some of those unfortunate ones even had heart attacks due to kidney failure later on. But the sad part was that very few knew that the root cause was the residual traces of chkungunya still not identified by the experts.

Since: Nov 07

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#16 Dec 7, 2007
It is obvious that you have suffered from a severe cases of CKG that was unfortunately not treated with the Homeopathic remedy that I used which I described in my post above, Polyporus Pinicola. I used this remedy to help many patients in 2 potencies, the 200c which I used when they patient presented within a week after infection and the 30c when the disease was chronic. I was also able to help prevent other members of the same household from being infected by using Gelsemium and I am glad that I was able not to get infected by the virus when my wife was suffering from it.

I am aware of many patients who suffered from exactly the same symptoms that you listed and are even today suffering as you are from them. I am also aware of 3 patients who unfortunately succumbed to the disease as they entered hospital and did not return alive.

If you read this post I would suggest that you take Arnica 30c in the Wet Dose twice daily as this will give you relief from the majority of the symptoms almost immediately

If you would like to have this remedy free of charge you may contact me by email on : [email protected]
jaya

New Delhi, India

#19 Oct 26, 2010
on 17 oct 2010 i had severe pain in my knees.till evening i had 103 fever which lasted for three days and left me in acute pain of hands and foot pain .till now i m not well .i took apis 30 thrice and now i m on bryonia 30 thrice daily .in the morning hands and feet pain is unbearable and remains whole day when i try to stand .i m having hypo thyroid from 1996 and osteopaenia and early diabetec patient. is there any homoeopahtic medicine to relieve me from this awful pain.i m a teacher of 48 years .is this ckg.
Mark

Braddon, Australia

#20 Oct 26, 2010
Dr_Razi colombo wrote:
No vaccine or specific antiviral treatment for chikungunya fever is available. Treatment is symptomatic--rest, fluids, and ibuprofen, naproxen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol may relieve symptoms of fever and aching. Aspirin should be avoided Infected persons should be protected from further mosquito exposure (staying indoors and/or under a mosquito net during the first few days of illness) so that they can't contribute to the transmission cycle.
So it is a self limiting illness that passes with time. This is why ineffective treatments like homeopathy appear to work, the patient would have gotten better without any treatment.
K K Upadyay New Delhi

Delhi, India

#21 Oct 6, 2013
I prescribed Ledum Pal in 30/200/1M potencies in severe joint pains after chikungunya fever. Most of the cases of joint pains were relieved by 30th potency, whereas in some cases I had to use 200th & 1M potencies. In many cases where the patient was unable to walk, just one dose of 30th potency made him walk. But for permanent relief remedy was given for a week. This is a valuable remedy in post Chkungunya symptoms of joint pain.
Manoj Sharma

Kolkata, India

#22 Dec 19, 2013
Dear Doctor's, I am suffering from chikungunya since last month and have sever joint pain. Can i get any permanent cure to get rid off this pain. Please help me.

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