What shall we do if a mad dog bites one patient during the course of homeopathic treatment. Please share your clinical experience if any one has.
It happed in my practice life to a 26 years unmarried lady, daughter of a medicine specialist(MD), English lecturerer in her profession was under my treatment for endometriosis. Father of the patient asked for homeopathic help when she was suffering form "epitaxsis of posterior nasopharynx" for more than 10 days which resisted to treatment of conventional medicine. When I saw the patient blood was getting clotted & gradually elongating down towards pharynx causing irritation with vomiting.
Then I took the case in details(Sorry to describe now). She has history of surgical removal of left ovarian cyst few years ago with diagnosis of endometriosis. One younger sister is also suffering from endometriosis. Lachesis was decided to administer. Took 3 doses 6 hourly & got recovery with in 48 hours. Then after 3 weeks she got bitten by a mad dog. we confimed the dog was mad because it had bitten several person of the locality in one day. The dog died when kept under custody. At that time her MD-father asked me what to do? My answer was Lyssin. He wanted to see evidence or statistic of rabies treatment in homeopathy which I failed. Then her MD - father administered antirabies vaccine, which followed by heavy & long continued bleeding during her monthly period.
Therefore I ask HOMEOPATHIC WORLD COMMUNITY to share their clinical experience if any.