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Catch A Cure - A Cured Case of Traveling Sickness

CATCH A CURE: A simple case of traveling sickness has been troubling me since June 2014.

This is a case of a 10th standard student who was not able to travel even for six kilometers in the school bus. Traveling from her home to school made the worst form of vertigo and headache.

As usual, she was prescribed Cocculus 30 without any effect; and it's various potencies were tried at various times.

She left my treatment and took modern medicine with good results, but she had to take these drugs every morning, which caused drowsiness and laziness in studying.

As a second episode occurred, she consulted me for further treatment in December 2014 at time of her examination. A string of remedies were tried: Conium, Gelsemium, Tabacum 200, Petroleum, Ipecac and various other medicines with temporary or no relief.

The case was taken in complete detail and more remedies were prescribed: Phosphorus, Natrum Muriaticum and Tuberculinum as constitutional remedy later with temporary relief!

Without total success, she left my consult again and underwent the sleepy lazy modern medicine route. However, as SSLC Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations approached, she consulted me once again. She moved to a hostel location, as she has to go down to exams from the school bus and other vehicles, because of urging to urinate while traveling. 

She reached me one morning after getting off the school bus because of nausea, vomiting and urging for urination. She was waiting in our hospital lobby, with here hands holding behind her ears. When I asked about this, she told me that she was having pain behind both ears as if something was penetrating there.

On further interrogation of her school teacher, I learned that this student kept her eyes closed during the entire bus journey. She told me that she always kept her eyes closed, as vertigo would come as soon as she looks through the bus window.

I further asked about her need to frequently stop and get off vehicles due to urging for urination. She told me that it has nothing to do with vertigo; whenever she thought about urination she has to urinate.

Repertorization gives large remedies, but a small medicine at a far end was prescribed because of PQRS.

It is three months later from last hospital visit. The student and teacher reported 100% relief and with an exhilaration of writing her SSLC examination with more vim and vigor.

Thanks to Dr Hahnemann and thanks Homeopathy and thanks Oxalic  Acid

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Comment by Debby Bruck on March 20, 2015 at 11:47am

Dear Dr Biju, This was not such a simple case. For one thing you tried a multitude of remedies and potencies over a considerable period of time. I don't know how or why this student would return again and again, except that you did have some small successes of temporary relief.

I am familiar with oxalic acid for "anxiety when thinking of symptom.

It appears there is intense pressure and anxiety caused throughout India for high school students taking this exam.

600 Indian students expelled for cheating on school exams By INDRAJIT SINGH Associated Press

PATNA, India

About 600 high school students in eastern India have been expelled for cheating on pressure-packed 10th grade examinations this week, education authorities said Friday.

The incident has received widespread attention after Indian television footage showed parents and friends of students scaling the outer walls of school buildings to pass cheat sheets to students inside taking exams.

More than 1.4 million 10th graders are taking the tests at more than 1,200 high schools across the state. They face tremendous pressure because they must pass the exams to continue their education.

Teachers and state education department officials supervising the examination caught hundreds of students who had smuggled in text books or scraps of paper for cheating.

"It's virtually impossible to conduct fair examinations without the cooperation of parents," said P.K. Shahi, Bihar's education minister. He said it was not possible to monitor the 6 million parents and others who accompany the students to the examination centers.

State authorities posted police at all schools where examinations were being held, "but we can't use force to drive away the parents," he said.

Nearly two dozen parents were detained after they were caught helping their children, but were released after several hours.

On Friday, the high court in the state capital, Patna, ordered the Bihar police chief to ensure that examinations are conducted in a fair manner.

State education authorities have canceled examinations held at four centers after they received reports of large-scale cheating.

Bihar School Examination Board Secretary Sriniwas Tiwari said students caught cheating could be barred from taking the exam for up to three years, ordered to pay a fine or even sent to jail.

Cheating seems to be particularly widespread in Bihar, although there have been no reports of anyone being sent to jail for the offense.

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