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After the year 2020, it will be very difficult to find the organs like uterus, ovaries, thyroid, mammary glands, etc. in the middle aged women among the below poverty level (BPL) group in India.

Do you know the reason?

Now, in India, every thing, including surgery, is free for the BPL. Those who really suffer from diseases which require an emergency surgery will benefit. But, the hidden danger, even for some simple functional problems or slight swelling or bleeding, happens when these organs are chopped ONLY due to the fact that surgery is free. As an incentive to have surgery, the patients or shall we say victims, also get pocket money while leaving the hospital. Hence, many people will line up for the "medical treatment." I am not against the good policies of the government and the lifesaving surgeries necessary for the patients, but I am always against the misuse of the policies that can be harmful for the health of innocent people.

I remember, initially, many people used to do vasectomy for the sake of the money offered by the government to control population. I, personally, know one person near my residence who had the vasectomy even before his marriage, only for some money to drink alcohol. Now the same history will be repeated, but with more dangerous outcome.

As physicians we find that women after having a hysterectomy come back to us with hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, etc. within a few months after surgery. Even obesity is very common after the surgical suppression, and finally they come with joint problems. I, personally, know one Phosphorus lady who became Thuja after hysterectomy was done due to a small fibroid. The whole constitution, including the mind, was changed by an unnecessary surgery.

The innocent people do not know the side effects of surgical suppression. 

Dr Muhammed Rafeeque

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Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on August 13, 2012 at 5:44am

A good surgeon is one who knows when not to operate the patient!

Comment by Dr. Wequar Ali Khan on August 12, 2012 at 11:32am

BPL as you mentioned can be counter productive.In many cases it may not be required and can be controlled/treated by homeopathy.

In USA it is said that many surgeries are done unnecessarily because " surgical industry" needs to make money. 

Comment by Debby Bruck on August 11, 2012 at 11:35am

I suppose another fear of the people would concern removal of organs that were not scheduled for operation. This may be just one example, but I suppose others can be found. And, today we hear so much about either selling organs or stealing them. Child dies when surgeon removes kidney during finger operation.

On the flip side, the government gives free medicine to the needy, which could possibly help millions of people, especially if it is government sponsored homeopathy. The problem lies with the increasing drug industry, which means getting people on life long drug therapy, instead of providing nutrition, sanitation and the basics of health. 

  Compiled by Dr. H.L.Chitkara, the texts of Burnett’s books and pamphlets have been indexed, re-typeset, and reorganized. Contains remedies listed for cleft palate. 

Just like the Smile Train, India also provides much needed surgery for children with cleft palate.  Many, many years ago I think I read that there was a homeopathic remedy to prevent the continued birthing of children with this defect.  

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