Saturday, December 24, 2016

Ruam Lampin Bayi

Ada bayi yang mengalami masalah ruam, terutama bila lampin tidak dibuang sekerap yang mungin. Jika ada rua lampin sapukan minyak kelapa pada ruam bayi. Lakukan dua kali sehari , anda akan dapati ruam dikulit bayi sembuh dalam masa dua hari
Jika masih gagal, berikan ubat homeopati yang sesuai - Insyaallah sembuh

KDYMM Al Sultan Kelantan Darulnaim sewaktu merasmikan persidangan homeopathy antarabangsa di kelantan yang lalu


Kebawah Duli yang Maha Mulia Al Sultan Kelantan Darulnaim bersama prof Dr Nik Omar bin Haji Nik Daud sewaktu mencemar duli perkenan bagi merasmikan Persidangan Perubatan Homeopathy Peringkat Antarabangsa di Kelantan baru-baru ini

PERKHIDMATAN SOKONGAN PENJAGAAN KESIHATAN

PUSAT HOMEOPATHY & AKUPUNTUR

adalah Pusat Tauliah SLDN yang berdaftar dengan

Kementrian Sumber Manusia - SI 0067
Kementrian Kewangan Malaysia
Perbadanan Tabung Kemahiran Malaysia

kursus yang sedang berjalan dan yang dianjurkan

Perkhidmatan Sokongan Penjagaan Kesihatan - Tahap 2
Healthcare Support Services - Level 2

C01 - Hygiene, Health And Safety Practices -150 Training Program Hours

C02 - Healthcare Cleansing Services -100 Training Program Hours

C03 - Healthcare Supply Decontamination Services - 200 Training Program Hours

C04 - Customer/Client Care Support - 150 Training Program Hours

C05 - Healthcare Porter Services - 200 Training Program Hours

Total Training Program Hours 800

Penyelia Sokongan Penjangaan Kesihatan - Tahap 3
Healthcare Support Supervision - Level 3

C01 - Hygiene, Health And Safety Practices Healthcare Customer Relation Services - 100 Training Program Hours

C02 - International Customer Support - 100 Training Program Hours

C03 - Customer Information And Records Services - 100 Training Program Hours

C04 - Non Clinical/Non-Invasive Screening Support - 50 Training Program Hours

C05 - Healthcare Hospitality And Recreation Services - 100 Training Program Hours

C06 - Healthcare Safety And Security Support - 100 Training Program Hours

C07 - Healthcare Facilities Maintenance Support - 100 Training Program Hours

C08 - Healthcare Support Services Supervision - 250 Training Program Hours

E01 - Healthcare Product And Services Sale Support - 100 Training Program Hours


Total Training Program Hours 1000

Arthritis - Sakit sendi

Arthritis

Arthritis adalah radang yang berlaku di sendi-sendi yang menyebabkan sendi sakit, bengkak dan kaku. Ianya boleh di sebabkan oleh mekanisma "autoimmune", jangkitan, perubaha
n "degenerative" atau kecacatan pada baka.

Jenis-jenis arthritis adalah:

* Osteoarthritis (OA)
* Rheumatoid Arthritis
* Infectious arthritis
* Polymyalgia rheumatica

Tanda-tanda dan gejala

* Sakit sendi (lengan, pergelangan tangan, jari-jari, pergelangan kaki, lutut, pinggul dan bahagian bawah tulang belakang terutama semasa dan selepas aktiviti.
* Bengkak di bahagian sendi dan dalam OA terdapat bengkak yang tegang di persekitaran sendi.
* Kekerasan sendi.
* Sakit di sekitar sendi.
* Deformiti.
* Krepitus semasa pergerakan (dalam OA).
* Otot mengecil (Otot peha bagi arthritis sendi lutut).
* Pergerakan sendi dan fungsi adalah terhad serta kurang upaya.
o sukar melakukan tugasan tertentu.
o sakit bertambah teruk apabila pergerakan berlebihan.

Faktor-faktor risiko osteoarthritis

* Peningkatan umur
* Kegemukan :
o di kedua - dua sendi lutut yang mendapat OA
* Keturunan:
o terutamanya OA yang terjadi pada semua sendi.
* Pergerakan yang keterlaluan.
* Kecederaan sendi yang teruk:
o Kepatahan tulang.
o Koyak pada bahagian meniscus.
o kerosakan pada ligamen
* Pekerjaan:
o OA sendi lutut dikalangan pekerja.
o OA sendi paha di kalangan petani.

Perawatan

* Perawatan OA melibatkan pendekatan pelbagai disiplin bertujuan untuk menghilangkan gejala dan memperbaiki fungsi sendi.
* Ia melibatkan rawatan tanpa ubatan dan penggunaan ubatan.
* Bagi kes-kes tertentu, pembedahan diperlukan.

Pendidikan pesakit

* Pesakit yang mengidap OA perlu diberitahu tentang penyakit tersebut dan kesan jangka panjangnya perlu di bincangkan.
* Pesakit yang memahami tentang penyakit tersebut dan kesannya akan dapat mengatasinya dengan lebih baik dan kurang mengadu sakit.
* Matlamat utama adalah untuk menanam sikap yang positif.

Penurunan berat badan

* Pesakit yang mempunyai berat badan berlebihan harus berazam mengurangkan berat badan.
* Penurunan berat badan akan mengurangkan kesakitan OA sendi lutut.
* Penurunan 5 kg berat badan akan mengurangkan tekanan keatas sendi lutut sebanyak 15-30 kg bagi setiap langkah.

Fisioterapi

* Fisioterapi perlu dimulakan secepat mungkin untuk memperbaiki pergerakan sendi. meningkatkan kekuatan otot, mengurangkan kesakitan dan mencegah hilang upaya.yang berlarutan.
* Semua pesakit perlu mengambil bahagian didalam program senaman untuk menggerakan sendi-sendi dan menguatkan otot-otot sekelilingnya.

Program senaman

* Program senaman perlu di khususkan untuk setiap individu.
* Gabungan senaman termasuk pergerakkan, meningkatkan kekuatan dan senaman aerobik berintensiti rendah yang bersesuaian.

Terdapat 2 jenis program senaman:

* Senaman gerakan sendi dan senaman meningkat kekuatan.

* Senaman isometrik adalah di galakan pada mulanya, diikuti dengan senaman berrintangan yang menggabungkan rangkaian senaman. Senaman ini perlu dilakukan setiap hari.

* Program aerobik
o Senaman aerobic yang di galakan adalah termasuk berjalan 30 minit 3 kali seminggu, berbasikal, berenang, menari aerobic dan terapi dalam air.

Perlindungan sendi
- Alat bantuan berjalan

* Bagi OA sendi paha dan lutut, penggunaan tongkat di sebelah bertentangan mengurangkan tekanan keatas sendi-sendi tersebut sebanyak 50%.
* Gunakan tongkat yang sesuai ketinggiannya.
* Bahagian atas pemegang tongkat harus sampai kepergelangan tangan pesakit apabila beliau berdiri.
* Kasut yang selesa dan penyerap retakan adalah digalakkan.

- Alat sokongan pada lutut

* Penggunaan alat sokongan lutut boleh mengurangkan bebanan kepada lutut yang bermasalah "degenerative".

- "Taping" pada Tempurung lutut

* Bagi OA petello-femoral, "Taping" pada bahagian medial tempurung lutut dan diikuti oleh senaman otot peha (quadriceps) boleh mengurangkan sakit dan memulihkan fungsi.

- Kaedah-kaedah mengurangkan kesakitan

* Kaedah terapi haba
o Kaedah terapi haba mungkin berguna untuk mengurangkan sakit, meningkatkan fleksibiliti dan mengurangkan bengkak.
o Kaedah terapi haba ini menggunakan bag tuam panas, Short Wave Diathermy dan ultrasound.
o Terapi haba tidak digalakan untuk sakit sendi yang akut.
* Kaedah Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
o TENS berkesan menghilangkan sakit jika digunakan selama lebih 4 minggu.
o Gabungan intensiti yang tinggi dan mod ledakan yang kuat adalah berkesan.

PEMULIHAN CARAKERJA

* Pemulihan carakerja membantu dalam mengurangkan hilangupaya aktiviti harian melalui penggunaan alatan yang diubahsuai.

Indikasi penggunaan alat sokongan (Splinting)

* Alat sokongan digunakan untuk memulihkan fungsi, membetulkan posisi sendi atau deformiti dan mengurangkan sakit.

Contoh: Alat sokongan perlindungan tangan (carpo-metacarpal) dan alat sokongan meluruskan sendi lutut.

* Ubahsuaian kasut
o Pengubahsuaian kasut termasuk meninggikan tumit dan penggunaan alat-alat sokongan bahagian tapak kaki.
* Pengurusan tekanan
o Sakit selalunya adalah gabungan kekejangan otot dan tanda-tanda tekanan.
o Jurupulih carakerja akan mengajar teknik dan aktiviti relaksasi yang terancang yang boleh membantu mengurangkan sakit.
* Pesakit mungkin perlu mengatur semula aktiviti-aktivitinya supaya sakit yang keterlaluan dapat diatasi.

Terapi Ubatan

Jenis-jenis terapi ubatan

* Ubat makan
* Suntikan dalam sendi
* Ubat sapu
* Lain-lain

Ubat makan

Pemberian ubatan untuk wargatua

* Fungsi buah pinggang dan hati menurun apabila umur meningkat.
* Dengan itu adalah penting untuk lebih berhati-hati semasa pemberian ubatan penahan sakit yang sering digunakan bagi wargatua.
* Panadol atau Paracetamol terbukti lebih kurang sama berkesan dengan ibuprofen untuk mengawal kesakitan dan perlu diberi keutamaan berbanding Ubat Antiradang Tanpa Steroid (NSAIDs).
* Ubat Penghalang COX-2 didapati berkesan sama seperti Ubat Antiradang Tanpa Steroid malah kurang kesan sampingan gastrik.Kebelakangan ini ianya terbukti selamat untuk jantung.
* NSAIDs perlu digunakan secara berhati-hati kerana kesan sampingannya seperti gastric, gangguan fungsi buahpinggang, bengkak kaki dan merangsang lemah jantung bagi sesetengah individu.
* Tramadol pula boleh menyebabkan sembelit dan kekeliruan dikalangan wargatua jika tidak berwaspada.

Terapi suntikan dalam sendi
Kaedah terapi ini hanya boleh dilakukan oleh pegawai perubatan yang terlatih sahaja.
Ubatan yang digunakan untuk suntikan dalam sendi adalah:

o Glucocorticoids
o Hyaluronan

Ubatan sapu

o Topical NSAIDs
o Methylsalicylate liniment (LMS)
o Capsaicin
o NSAID-mengandungi plaster berubat sebagai pilihan lain bagi rawatan arthritis.

Lain-lain

o Glucosamine
+ Glucosamine soleplate berguna untuk mengurangkan sakit dan memperbaiki fungsi sendi bagi pesakit dengan OA ringan dan sederhana.
+ Ia dapat menghentikan penipisan ruang antara sendi dan mengubah kesan jangkapanjang penyakit.

Pilihan Pembedahan

* Jika rawatan ubatan gagal iaitu sakit berterusan, rawatan pembedahan boleh dipertimbangkan.

Pengukuran yang diambilkira untuk memilih kaedah pembedahan terbaik:

* Kebarangkalian untuk berjaya dengan kaedah yang dipilih.
* Komplikasi-komplikasi kaedah tersebut.

Sebelum membuat pilihan kaedah pembedahan terbaik untuk pesakit, factor-faktor berikut perlu diambil kira;

* Umur pesakit.
* Sendi yang terlibat.
* Masa sesuai untuk pembedahan.
* Kepakaran dan kemahiran yang ada.

- Pilihan pembedahan termasuk:

* Arthroscopic debridement
* Ligamentous reconstruction
* Osteotomy
* Unicompartmental arthroplasty
* Total joint arthroplasty
* Arthrodesis

Pembedahan penukaran sendi sepenuhnya adalah pilihan terbaik bagi yang berumur melebihi 60 tahun.

Arthroscopic debridement

* Kaedah ini melegakan sementara gejala OA lutut yang ringan ke sederhana tetapi ia tidak dapat membetulkan proses degenaratif.
* Pesakit perlu di beritahu dengan jelas komplikasi-komplikasi yang mungkin berlaku dan pembedahan rekonstruktif seterusnya jika perlu.

Ligamentous reconstruction of the knee joint

* Tujuan utama kaedah ini adalah untuk mengurangkan sakit dan memulihkan kestabilan sendi.
* Pesakit perlu diberi kaunseling bahawa prosedur ini bertujuan untuk menyelamatkan sendi dari kerosakan.

Osteotomy

* Tujuan utama osteotomy adalah untuk mengurangkan sakit dan memperbaiki fungsi sendi.
* Osteotomy juga digunakan bagi sendi pinggul untuk menghilangkan gejala dan melambatkan pembedahan definitif.

Unicompartmental arthroplasty

* Secara tradisi, kaedah pembedahan ini digunakan untuk pesakit yang mengalami arthritis sendi lutut yang melibatkan satu bahagian khusus dikalangan pesakit berumur melebihi 60 tahun dan tidak aktif.
* Juga bermenafaat bagi pesakit yang mengalami deformiti sendi yang ringan dan sederhana serta sendi lutut tidak longgar.
* Teknik ini adalah susah dan dilaporkan berjaya dilakukan di pusat rawatan cemerlang.

Total joint arthroplasty

* Pembedahan menggantikan sendi sepenuhnya adalah pembedahan utama untuk osteoarthritis sendi lutut, pinggul dan bahu.
* Kebanyakan pesakit tidak lagi sakit dan mempunyai fungsi sendi yang hampir normal selepas berjaya di bedah.
* Penukaran sendi sepenuhnya bertahan selama 15 tahun atau lebih bergantung kepada tahap aktiviti fizikal.

Arthrodesis

* Prosedur ini terbukti berkesan mengurangkan sakit dan kebanyakannya dilakukan keatas sendi tulang belakang, sendi pergelangan tangan, tangan dan kaki.
* Bagi sendi lutut dan pinggul ianya cuma bertujuan untuk menyelamatkan sendi tersebut.

PENCEGAHAN PERINGKAT PRIMA

1. Pencegahan prima boleh menjadi kenyataan jika semua faktor-faktor risiko di ubah.
2. Kebanyakan faktor-faktor risiko ini adalah penting bagi sendi-sendi yang menampung berat badan.
3. Mengelakkan kegemukan, penurunan berat badan dan pendidikan Kesihatan mengenai teknik penjagaan dan perlindungan sendi termasuk dari kecederaan adalah digalakkan sebagai langkah pencegahan.
4. Adalah penting jika individu berisiko tinggi di kenalpasti untuk pencegahan awal.

Rawatan Alternatif:

1. Cara Homeopathy, makan ubat-ubat homeopati dari bahan-bahan organik atau semulajadi.
2. Cara rawatan akupunktur , letak jarum pada titik-titik tertentu di badan

Tekanan Darah Tinggi & khasiat bawang putih

Hipertensi dan Bawang Putih

Pembaca yang budiman,

Ternyata bawang putih atau Garlic sudah lama digunakan oleh nenek moyang kita untuk mengobati berbagai penyakit. Beragam cara konsumsi telah dilakukan seperti dimakan langsung, dijus dan ditumbuk, tapi cara ini menimbulkan keluhan yaitu bau mulut yang menyengat. Saat ini banyak produk-produk bawang putih impor dalam bentuk kapsul dipasarkan di mal-mal dan rata-rata dijual dengan harga sangat tinggi.

Bawang putih memang bagus untuk hampir semua penyakit, termasuk sakit tenggorokan dan pilek. Kandungan sulfur yang membuatnya memiliki bau dan rasa yang khas dapat meningkatkan dan mempercepat kegiatan membran mucous di saluran pernafasan, yang membantu melegakan pemampatan dan mengeluarkan lendir. Sebagai tambahan, bawang putih mentah mengandung phytochemical yang dapat membantu membunuh bakteri dan virus penyebab penyakit.

Pada tahun 1992, peneliti dari Universitas Brigham Young di Utah melaporkan bahwa bawang tumbuk dalam minyak membunuh bukan hanya membunuh rhinovirus tipe 2 ( penyebab umum flu), tetapi juga dua macam herpes (penyakit kulit menular) dan beberapa virus umum lain- nya. Kelompok riset di seluruh dunia juga melaporkan sukses yang sama, menggunakan ekstrak bawang putih melawan jamur dan bakteri, menjadikan bawang putih satu di antara obat alami paling efektif lainnya di dunia.

Sekarang ada lebih dari 12 studi yang dipublikasikan di seluruh dunia yang memastikan bahwa bawang putih dalam berbagai bentuk dapat menurunkan kolesterol. Oleh karena itu, dapat disimpulkan bahwa bawang ini dapat menyembuhkan tekanan darah tinggi dan penyakit jantung. Salah satu studi yang dipublikasikan di "The Journal of the Royal College of Physicians" oleh Silagy CS dan Neil HAW tahun 1994 menyebutkan bahwa bawang putih merupakan agen untuk mengurangi lemak.

Peneliti menyatakan bahwa suplemen bawang putih merupakan bagian terpenting dalam penyembuhan kolesterol tinggi. Menurutnya, secara keseluruhan, penurunan terjadi sebesar 12% dari total kolesterol. Penurunan ini untuk setelah baru 4 minggu perawatan, dan penurunan ini masih berlanjut selama studi berlangsung. Studi terbesar dilaksanakan di Jerman, di mana 261 pasien diberikan tablet bubuk bawang putih. Setelah 12 minggu periode perawatan, tingkat kolesterol turun 12% dan trigliserin turun 17%.

Sebuah penelitian juga dilakukan oleh Silagy CA dan Neil HA, dua orang peneliti dari Departement of General Practice-Flinder University, di Adelaide, Australia Selatan. Penelitian dilakukan untuk mengetahui kinerja ekstrak bawang putih bubuk untuk menurunkan hipertensi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa responden yang mengonsumsi sediaan bawang putih mengalami penurunan tekanan darah sistolik (tekanan pada dinding pembuluh darah saat jantung berkontraksi).

Bukti ilmiah diatas merupakan referensi bahwa bawang putih pantas menjadi alternatif bagi anda yang memiliki keluhan tekanan darah tinggi dan kolesterol tinggi. Karena bawang putih terbukti efektif, aman dikonsumsi dalam jangka waktu lama dan tanpa efek samping !

Pendidikan Seks Penting - Sex Education For Adult

Beberap Masalah Seks tetapi Anda Malu Bertanya.


Many people have questions about how to have sex, but it isn't always easy to get good advice. This page aims to answer some of the most common questions that people ask about how you have sex.


How to have sex

It depends what you mean by having sex. Having sex can sometimes mean a number of different sexual activities, but usually it means sexual intercourse. The most common definition of sexual intercourse is an act that involves a man putting his erect penis inside a woman's vagina. Sexual intercourse might also be used to refer to sex acts between two men or between two women.

Sexual intercourse between a man and a woman usually starts with them both getting sexually excited. This is sometimes referred to as foreplay, and might involve kissing and cuddling, touching each other and other sexual activities. Foreplay is important as it means a woman's vagina begins to get moist and a man gets an erection. If the woman's vagina does not get moist enough, then having sexual intercourse could be difficult or painful for her.


Condoms can prevent pregnancy and the transmission of STDs

If a man and woman are having sexual intercourse, then using a contraceptive properly, every time, will prevent the woman becoming pregnant. If two people have sex and one of them has a sexually transmitted disease (STD) then they could pass it on to the other person. Using a condom is the best way to prevent any infection from being passed from one person to the other.

If a couple are going to use a condom for protection against pregnancy or infections, they should put it on the man's penis as soon as he gets an erection. Some men say they worry about using condoms in case they lose their erection or have difficulty putting the condom on. You could get some condoms and practice beforehand. Condoms come with instructions in words and pictures which show exactly how to use them.

After the condom is on, the man or woman can guide his penis into her vagina. The couple then move their bodies so that his penis moves up and down inside her vagina. This usually rubs the penis and makes the man sexually excited so that he has an orgasm. The movement might also rub the woman's clitoris (or sensitive areas inside her vagina) so she can have an orgasm. But this often takes practice and a bit of experimentation to get it right!

Does having sex hurt?

Having sex does not usually hurt, though first time sex may be a bit uncomfortable for a woman because her hymen (a thin layer of skin that partially covers the entrance to the vagina) may be stretched or torn. Some girls are born without a hymen and some tear theirs when inserting tampons or during sport. A torn hymen may cause a little bleeding, but it does not usually last long. Sex is not usually painful for a man.

The best way to ensure pain free sex is for both partners to relax and take their time.
After the first time, sex should become more comfortable. The vagina is very stretchy and will usually accommodate a penis (even a large one) with ease. However, a woman may experience pain when having sexual intercourse if her vagina does not produce enough natural lubrication. Extra vaginal fluids are usually produced when a woman becomes sexually excited to allow the penis to enter the vagina easily.

If a woman is tense or rushing when she has sex, her vagina may not become moist enough to allow the penis to move in and out smoothly. Stress can also cause the muscles in the vagina to involuntarily tense up, making penetration difficult and painful. The best way to ensure pain free sex is for both partners to relax and take their time.

Extra lubrication might also help, and can be bought from many chemists and some supermarkets. When using a condom, it is very important that a water-based lubricant (like KY jelly) is used, as oil-based lubricants like Vaseline can cause the condom to disintegrate.

What 'counts' as losing your virginity?

Different people have different opinions on this, and some say there are different types of virginity. But most people generally agree that if a man or woman has had penetrative sex, that is sexual intercourse, then they are no longer a virgin. Find out more about having sex for the first time.

Which position is best for having sex?

There are quite a lot of different positions for sexual intercourse. One of the most common is the missionary position, where a woman lies on her back and a man lies on top of her. A man and woman might also lie on their sides, the woman may sit on top of the man, or she may kneel on all fours while the man puts his penis into her vagina from behind. If a couple are in a position where the woman's clitoris is not being stimulated, they can do this with their fingers.

Can a woman become pregnant even if she doesn't have sexual intercourse?

Yes. Pre-ejaculate (pre-come), the lubricating fluid that leaks out of a man's penis when he's sexually excited, can sometimes contain sperm. If pre-come or semen (come) get inside or around the entrance to the vagina, this can lead to pregnancy. Sexually transmitted infections can also be passed on through pre-come and semen.

Semen and pre-come can be transferred to the vagina on fingers or sex toys, so it's important to make sure they're clean and washed before they go anyway near a woman's vagina.

What does sex feel like?

Similar things happen to most people's bodies when they have sex - they get sensitive and warm and excited and may have an orgasm. Enjoying sexual activities with another person is possible whether you have an orgasm or not. Not being able to have an orgasm with another person doesn't mean that you don't fancy them or love them. Your emotions might be different each time you have a sexual experience, depending on the circumstances. Having sex can be one of the most intense and pleasurable physical and emotional experiences a person can have. But it won't always be wonderful.

How do you have an orgasm?

When sexual excitement builds up and reaches a peak a person might experience an orgasm, also called a climax, or 'coming'. The sexual excitement might start from someone masturbating on their own, or through kissing, masturbating or having sex with another person.

Sexual excitement usually grows gradually and a person feels more and more pleasure and a kind of exciting tension. All the feelings of tension then disappear when the orgasm happens, and the person experiences feelings of intense pleasure. The feeling can be so strong that a person might not be able to see, or hear or think about anything for a moment. They might even groan and call out with the pleasure. Orgasms usually last only a few seconds but the feelings might last a lot longer.

When a man has an orgasm he ejaculates. This means that sperm mixed with semen comes out of the end of his penis in a sticky white fluid. After a man has ejaculated he loses his erection and usually needs to stop for a while. When a woman has an orgasm, her vagina often becomes very wet, but she can continue being sexually aroused as long as she likes. Some women can experience more than one orgasm without stopping.

If a person doesn't have an orgasm, it doesn't mean anything is wrong. In fact, worrying about reaching an orgasm or being nervous is quite likely to make it hard for a person to relax enough to have one.

What is anal sex?

Anal sex (also known as anal intercourse) is when a man puts his penis into the anus and rectum of another man or woman.

Some people might have strong objections, especially religious or moral objections to anal sex. Others may feel uncomfortable about the idea of anal sex simply because it's not something they think they will find enjoyable or want to try. For others however, anal intercourse is a very enjoyable way to have sex.

If a couple do decide to have anal sex, they should think about using a water-based lubricant, like KY Jelly, and a good quality condom.
Anal sex is often portrayed as something that only gay men do. This is not true. Many straight couples engage in anal sex, while many gay men have never tried it.

Anyone wanting to try anal sex should make sure that their partner really wants to do it. If one person wants to try it but the other doesn't, it is better to stick to other forms of sex that both partners enjoy.

If a couple do decide to have anal sex, they should think about using a water-based lubricant, like KY Jelly, and a good quality condom. They should also take it slowly. The lining of the rectum is delicate and easily damaged during vigorous thrusting, particularly if the receiving partner is not relaxed.

There is a popular misconception that anal intercourse between a woman and man is a good way to avoid pregnancy. Anal sex does carry a lower risk of pregnancy than vaginal sex, but pregnancy can still occur if any semen leaks out of the anus and into the vagina. Using condoms is a more reliable way of preventing pregnancy, and they will also protect against sexually transmitted infections.

How long does sex last?
It depends what you mean by sex! The time people devote to doing sexual things can last from a few minutes, to several hours, or even a whole day! The actual act of sexual intercourse will often last until a man has an orgasm (ejaculates or comes), although there's nothing wrong with stopping before this point.

A man might find he comes very quickly the first time he has sexual intercourse. Usually sexual intercourse lasts longer as people get more experienced and know what to expect. But with a new partner it can take time for people to get used to each other. Sex will usually be different every time - it depends on how a couple feel and what they want.

Is sex noisy?
Only if you want it to be! Some people do make noises when they have sex. They might moan or groan with pleasure or even cry out. Some people talk to each other. Others don't speak or make any noises. But your body might make noises that you can't help - squelching and squishing. These might be embarrassing or funny, but they are perfectly normal.

How often do people have sex?
Sexual appetite is entirely a matter of personal taste. Some people have sex once or twice a day and others once a month. It probably varies for most people depending on whether they are in a relationship, how busy they are and how they feel. Most people think about sex far more often than they do it.

How do you have oral sex?
Oral sex is when one person licks or sucks another person's penis or vagina. When oral sex is done to a man it is sometimes called a blow job. When it is done to a woman it is sometimes called licking out. If two people have oral sex with each other at the same time it is sometimes called a 69 because of the shape their bodies make. A woman cannot get pregnant from giving oral sex to a man, even if she swallows his sperm.

Oral sex can be a very intense and intimate experience. Some people enjoy giving oral sex or having it. Other people feel uncomfortable about the idea and don't want to do it. Sometimes people feel pressure to have oral sex when they don't want to. It is very important to think about what the other person really wants if you want to have oral sex. Some sexually transmitted infections can be passed on through oral sex. There are flavoured condoms available that you can use when having oral sex. These are to stop any infections which might be passed on.


How do you masturbate
A woman usually masturbates by rubbing, stroking or squeezing her clitoris. The clitoris is the most sensitive sexual part of a woman. She might also touch her breasts and other sensitive areas of her body. A man usually masturbates by stroking, rubbing or 'pumping' his penis, and may concentrate particularly on the tip, which is the most sensitive part. Masturbation is sometimes referred to as playing with yourself, or, especially with men, jerking off, a hand job, or wanking.

There is no physical reason why you should or shouldn't masturbate. It is not true that you'll go blind if you masturbate, or that you will become weak or lose your health.
People don't necessarily begin masturbating when they reach puberty. Some people hardly ever masturbate, and others masturbate a lot. It varies according to how a person feels. Many people masturbate even when they are in a relationship with someone. Masturbation can last as long as you want, but generally people masturbate for between a few minutes and half an hour.

There is no physical reason why you should or shouldn't masturbate. It is not true that you'll go blind if you masturbate, or that you will become weak or lose your health. It is not possible to masturbate too much, though you should stop if you start to make yourself feel sore. Some people think that if a man doesn't masturbate his testes will fill up with sperm. This is not true; the sperm are just absorbed into his body.

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Papers Presented at 66th LMHI Congress At New Delhi, India, 2011





We have received an overwhelming response to the call for papers for the 66th World Homoeopathic Congress; LIGA 2011. After review by the scientific committee involving noted experts, the following papers have been shortlisted for presentation. All the speakers are requested to upload final manuscript and also complete other formalities for participation in the congress. Day wise detailed program will be uploaded soon .

Homoeopathy for epidemics/pandemic: A1

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Belgium
Homeopathy in family practice
Scheepers Léon

Oral

Brazil
Homeopathy for life in the control of epidemics
Laila Nunes

Oral
Brazil
PRELIMINARY RESULTS: ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF A HOMEOPATHIC INTERVENTION IN CASES NOTIFIED OF FEVER OF DENGUE IN VITORIA, ES, BRAZIL
Ana Rita Novaes
André Reynaldo Santos Périssé, Sumaia Salume
Oral

Thailand
Effects of Eupatorium perfoliatum in Homoeopathic form
Monthaka Teerachaisakul
Pranee Limworawan, Lakkana Aungathipat, Siriporn poempoom
Oral

India
Homoeopathic genus epidemicus ‘Bryonia alba’ as a prophylactic during an outbreak of Viral Fever / Chikungunya in India - A cluster randomized double blind placebo controlled trial
Janardanan Nair

Oral
India
Swine flu - single-dose-cure as well as prevention with homoeopathic medicine
V. Krishnamurthy

Oral
India
Experiences with Homoeopathic Drug Therapy in the Chikungunya Epidemic & Post Chikungunya Chronic Arthritis
Gyan Das

Oral
India
STUDY OF EFFICACY OF GENUS EPIDEMICUS IN EPEDEMIC OF CHIKUNGUNYA FEVER AT KANPUR (SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER- 2006)
Harsh Nigam

Oral
India
Genus Epidemicus in Management of HIV Infected Persons
Mahendra Kabra


India
HOMOEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT OF CHIKUNGUNYA AND POST CHIKUNGUNYA CHRONIC ARTHRITIS – A CLINICAL STUDY
George Mathew
B.Pompi Rao

India
SUSTAINABILITY OF MEDICAL DISCIPLINES WITH CHANGING DISEASE PORTRAITS VIS A VIS HOMOEOPATHY
Juhi Gupta
Sanjay Gupta

India
TRAINING AND DEPLOYMENT OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN CONTROL OF HIV/AIDS IN WEST BENGAL
Abanindra Kumar Nag
Shubhamoy Ghosh, Rajat Chattopadhyay, T. N. Ghosh, P. Bairi

Homoeopathy for Healthy Mother & Happy Child: A2


India
MY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN PEDIATRIC PRACTICE
J D Daryani


India
Seigal method
Yogesh Sehgal


India
MCH Campaign
Anil Khurana


India
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ON HOMOEOPATHY FOR HEALTHY MOTHER & HAPPY CHILD
Anjali Chodnekar
Malini Vijay Desai

India
Taking Homoeopathy to the grassroots through Community Health Volunteer (CHV) programme in Mother & child care: the Philosophy & the Practice
Bipin Jain
Sujata Goda, Neena Ambekar, Kumar Dhawale

India
Organizing Homoeopathic services for the Mother and Child in a tribal community: Defining the Structure and Function of a Community based Holistic Health Care
Chandrasekhar Goda
Mohammedbhai Sayyad, Manoj Patel, Nityanand Tiwari, Amita Bhide, Anoop Nigwekar, Kumar Dhawale

India
Community based Model Outreach programme in Mother and Child Care through Homoeopathy:
Manoj Patel
Chandrasekhar Goda, Amita Bhide, Ujjwala Pendse, Kumar Dhawale

India
Pain Management During Childbirth
Abhay Talwalkar


India
Homeopathy Treatment for Mother
Anjali Vazirani


India
Correlation of Mother’s History during Pregnancy with the State of Health of the Child
Jayesh Dhingreja


India
Homoeopathy for Mother and Child, a Study in Reference to MCH Camp
MALA MANNA


India
National campaign on MCH: Poster
Mayank Mawar
Avneet Kaur

India
"DEPRESSION IN WOMEN,DISCOVERING HOPE WITH HOMOEOPATHY"
Shilpa Harwani


India
ROLE OF BIOCHEMIC TISSUES SALTS IN MOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH CARE
S.K Vashisht


Homoeopathy in Public Health Initiatives: A3


Brazil
HOMEOPATHY IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MUNICIPAL HEALTH SERVICE OF VITORIA, ESPIRITO SANTO, BRAZIL
Ana Rita Vieira de Novaes
Sheila Cristina de Souza Cruz


Germany
Public Health and Homeopathy. A model for Primary Care Physicians
Omar Matuk


Latvia
Latvia
Medical homeopathic university project development
Marina Afanasieva



South Africa
Homoeopathy in Primary Healthcare in South Africa: A Pilot Study
Izel Botha



India
TELE-HOMOEOPATHY AS A VIABLE PUBLIC HEALTH MODAL TO OUT REACH THE INASSESSIBLE POPULATION
Eswara Das
Arun Verma
Oral
India
Integrative Medicine”-the future of Healthcare
Vijay Kohli


India
Evolving and sustaining Tripartite PPPs (Central and State Governments with a Homoeopathic NGO) for establishing successful Community based Health Programmes through Homoeopathy
Anoop Nigwekar
Manoj Patel, Mihir Parikh, Anil Navle, Imtiaz Mansuri (MSW) and Kumar Dhawale

India
Sustainability of Homoeopathic Community Health Worker (CHW) Programme to carry through preventive, curative and mobilization work in the Community:Ways and Means
Latha Devrajan


India
Homoeopathy and Natural Disasters and Calamities: A Global Health Initiative
Srinivasa Rao Nyapati


India
Role of Homeopathic case evaluation in providing community service
Sudha


India
Tele-Homoeopathy project implementation in rural India
Jawahar Shah


India
HOMOEOPATHY FOR TRIBLES OF GUJARAT VIA -AYUSH
R A Patel


India
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT IN HOMOEOPATHY - ITS ROLE TO PROMOTE HIGH STANDARDS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE FOR BETTER ADOPTION IN PUBLIC HEALTH
B S Mohan


India
Levels of Health – A model for Case Analysis and Evaluation
Hira Aggarwal


India
The Proof of the Pudding (Effectiveness of genus epidemicus in chikungunya)
P.V.Venkatraman


Government policies of Homoeopathy around the world: B1

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Germany
The LIGA as a representation for a world of Homeopathy
Karin Bandalin


Germany
The next decade for homoeopathy: Any lessons from the last decades?
Matin Dinges



Canada
Political scenario of Homoeopathy in Canada
Bhupinder Sharma



India
Strategic position of India in Homoeopathic World
R K Manchanda
Harleen Kaur

India
Impact of Re Orientation Training Programme for quality reformation of Homoeopathic teaching An observational survey conducted in a Govt. teaching Institution
Asha Chowdhry


India
Impact and interplay of contemporary government policies and socio – political scenario on development of homoeopathy in bengal during 19th and 20th century
Indrani Chakrabarti


Professional homoeopathic training – opportunities & challenges: B2



Greece
The evolution of professional homeopathic training via internet: Seeking effectiveness and quality performance in case taking and homeopathic prescribing by utilizing web technologies; the case of Vithoulkas Compass, the latest classical homeopathy online expert system.
Lefteris Tapakis


Australia
Challenges Facing Homeopathic Education in the 21st Century
Alastair Gray


Italy
ETHICS AND GENERAL PRACTICE IN POSTMODERNITY
Rinaldo Octavio


Russia
Integrative problems in Homoeopathy
N Zamarenov
Buryakova I., Beregovykh V., Pyatigorskaya N

Russia
Current problems in homeopathy
N Zamarenov
Buryakova I


India
Homoeopathic education - challenges and opportunities
K Mohandas


India
HOMOEOPATHIC EDUCATION – OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
ARVIND KOTHE


India
Quality Education in Homoeopathy
M K Sahani


India
COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS OF MEDICAL EDUCATION PATTERNS THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE
Sanjay Gupta
Juhi Gupta




Austria
Folliculinum – A matridonial remedy to prevent infertility
Christina Ari



France
Prescription allowed by the new picture of a “small remedy” extracted from a proving experience with students
Hélène Renoux, MD



Germany
THE REVISION OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA
Klaus-Henning Gypser


Germany
The chronic illnesses of hereditary tuberculosis and vaccination – four cases
Carl Rudolf Klinkenberg

London
London
Scientific research in homeopathy: the current state of play
Peter Fisher



Netherland
THE “FAMILY FACTOR” IN TREATMENT OF CHILDREN
Alize Timmerman


Romania
Homeopathy in Images - Acne
Gheorghe Jurj



South Africa
The ‘Homoeopathic’ Application of Strychnos henningsii Bark amongst Zulu Traditional Healers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
ASHLEY ROSS


Surrey
Surrey
Improving the quality of Clinical Case Reports; facilitating guideline development
Robert Van Haselen



USA
Homeopathy in the Treatment of Eye Disease
Edward C. Kondrot


USA
A Dynamic View of Materia Medica Understanding Remedies in Time
Kim Elia


India
Clinical Verification of the Materia Medica Of Carbon Monoxide,Ethene and Zinc -Sulph in cases of Hypoxic Brain Insult
Farokh J Master


India
Effect of adhatodinine of Homoeopathy on respiratory centres and lungs
Ramjee Singh


India
Glycyrrhiza Glabra as adjuvant in Triglyceridimia Management, A retrospective study of Nucleus protocol
Ampadi


India
EVIDENCE BASED CASE STUDIES APPLYING LESSER KNOWN INDICATIONS OF POLYCHREST REMEDIES
Bipin Jethani


India
Clinical verification of single medicine rubrics of essential synthesis
Nilesh Muley, Geeta Rani Arora


India
KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES OF HOMOEOPATHIC DOCTORS IN THE TREATMENT OF PSORIASIS
Jithesh T K


India
MIGRAINE - EXPERIENCE SURVEY
Shirin Balan

India
A case for creating homeopathy-based first aid kit for traumatic brain injury and implementing that in 108 emergency services
Srinivasulu Gadugu
K B Chari

India
Concomitant Symptoms from Indian drugs Verified Clinically
P.S. Chakraborty
Dr Syed Afsar Ali

India
Clinical Study of Homoeopathic Medicine in case of Epilepsy in Children
Daya Shanker Singh
Kumari Shushma

India
Applied Materia Medica – Cardiovascular – Clinically Verified
Amiya Kanti Mondal
Dilip Kumar Ghosh




Bangladesh
A new method of case taking and finding the simillimum
Debashis Rana


Brazil
The concept Unirci introduces: UnirciTherapy
Pedro Cipriano



Germany
Hahnemanns § 3 of the Organon and Boenninghausens method of generalization
Ulrich D Fischer

Germany
The Problems in our Current Materia Medicas
Ravi Roy


Germany
Significantly improved success rates in day-to-day practice through the application of homeopathy based on quantum logic
Walter Köster



India
TALKING HANDS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
Ajit Kulkarni

India
“TEMPRAZ” – A Unique Technique To Unravel Complicated Cases.
Parinaz Humranwala


India
Feeling The Man through the Mind
Sanjay sehgal


India
Tools for Sharper prescribing: Eight steps to right remedy
Anita Salunkhe


India
Experiences with the Nervy Type Borland Remedies
Anu Kapoor
Neerja Korey, R.K.Manchanda

India
TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF REPETITION IN HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING
Monika Monga
R K Manchanda, Archana Narang

India
CALCUTTA METHOD OR KEYNOTE METHOD OF PRESCRIPTION
Subhas Singh


India
Role of homeopathy in psychiatric ailments
Reena Johar

India
Thematic approach in Homoeopathy
Amit


India
Maslow’s Personality profile ,Practical Vedanta & Homoeopathy
Biswajit Basu


India
SOLVING DIFFICULT FEVER CASE – DENGUE FEVER THROUGH FUSION HOMOEOPATHIC APPROACH
NIMISH V, MEHTA
Jayesh Dhingreja

India
Success stories highlighting various prescribing techniques
Susovan Ghosh

India
Law of Synergy (For homoeopathic therapeutics)
P.V.Venkatraman


India
HOMEOLOQUENCE the powerful language of homeopathy
Sudha Saraswathi


India
Pyrexia in paediatrics: an easy approach for treatment through homoeopathy
Santosh Hande

Clinical trials in Homoeopathy – meta-analysis etc: C3



Germany
New approaches in the history and theory of medicine and its relevance for homeopathy
Josef M. Schmidt

Germany
Pilot Study "Complementary Medicine in Geriatrics" (CamGer)
Michael Teut

Germany
Treatment of nervous complaints and exhaustion with the homeopathic medicinal product Manuia- Results of a cohort study
Wilkens J
Klement P
Poster

Iran
Depresson Dynamisms
Mahmoudian A
Kheirabadi G, Moeini P


UAE
CLINICAL TRIAL OF ATOPIC DERMATITIS
SHAMSUR RAHMAN
Chandrasekhar Goda, Sharmila Patil, Swarda Narkhede

UK
A ‘cohort multiple’ pragmatic randomised controlled trial of treatment by a homeopath for women with menopausal hot flushes who cannot take Hormone Replacement Therapy
Clare Relton


UK
How to design ‘Homeopathy’ public health randomised controlled trials that ‘work’
Clare Relton


India
Evidence Based Clinical Study to Assess the Usefulness of Homoeopathic Medicines in Patients of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Girish Gupta
J.P.Singh, Salil Tandon, Santosh Singh, C. Nayak, Hari Singh, Ch.Ravindar, K.R.J.Nair, Praveen Oberai

India
EVIDENCE BASED HOMOEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT OF ADNEXAL MASSES IN PREMENOPAUSAL FEMALES
Purnima Shukla
Rajiv Misra, R. K. Jain, Purak Misra

India
Efficacy of Homoeopathy in the Management of Learning Disabilities
Kumar Dhawale
Madhavi Tamboli, Pratibha Sanghvi, Mariyam Katawala, Namita Tambitkar, Vidya Patil and Prashant Tamboli

India
Depression(Mood disorder) and Violence in Children and its Holistic Homoeopathic Management: Mental health , Miasms and Mainstream schools
Praful Barvalia
Anita Chitre

India
Scope and limitations of clinical research in paediatric problems - central council for research in homeopathy studies
Praveen Oberai
C.Nayak, Vikram Singh, K.Singh, Hari Singh, Varanasi Roja, Maya Padmanabhan, Sunil Prasad, M.D.Arya, P.G.Mohanan, Ojit Singh, John, N.B.K.Singh, S.R.Bhagat, S. Ramteke

India
management of distress during climacteric years by homoeopathic therapy
Jaya Gupta
C.Nayak, Vikram Singh, Krishna Singh, Hari Singh, Chetna Deep Lamba, Anita Sharma, Bindu Sharma, B Indira, S

India
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH IN CASES OF ADHD
Deepak Shah


India
SUCCESSFUL HOMEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT OF MENSTRUAL DISORDERS/span>
Khushali Gambhir


India
Role of Antisycotic and Constitutional Medicines in Management of Arthritis
Leena Chhatare


India
DOES HOMOEOPATHY WORKS IN ACUTE MORBIDITY OF CHIKUNGUNYA AND POST CHIKUNGUNYA MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS
Maneesha Solanki
M. P. Arya, Dr. Shardha Tendulkar,Dr. Anjali Kotwani and Dr. Jatan Rajore

India
AN ATTEMPT TO SOLVE THE CONTROVERSIES IN HOMOEOPATHIC PROPHYLAXIS
Muhammed Rafeeque


India
Homoeopathic Approach for the Management of Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Four Years Clinical Study
Neeraj Gupta
R.K Saxena, Ritu Juneja, A.K Malhotra

India
Efficacy of Homoeopathy in the Management of Scabies of Closed Community
Prashant Tamboli

India
Ideal Homoeopathic Management Plan of Systemic Essential Hypertension
Subhranil Saha
Munmun Koley, Sk. Intaj Hossain, Goutam Nag, Shubhamoy Ghosh

India
TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT IN MILD THYROID FAILURE
Archana Narang
Maj. Gen. R. K. Marwaha, V. K. Khanna, Saurav Arora
Oral
India
Effect of homeopathic preparations of Syzygium jambolanum and Cephalandra indica on liver of high fat and high fructose induced type-2 diabetic rats
Raveendar CH
Akilavalli N, Sathish S, Anil Khurana, Nayak C, Nair KRJ, Alok Kumar and Balasubramanian K
Oral
India
CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: AN EVIDENCE BASED CLINICAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFICACY OF HOMEOPATHIC DRUGS IN ITS MANAGEMENT
Lubna Kamal
Mohan Singh, Vijay Singh, Rajeev Kumar.

India
Assessment Tools in Clinical Practise and Research
Indroneel Banerjee


India
A clinical study on homoeopathic Calcium supplementation and Iron supplementation
Mudita Arora


India
Effectiveness of Homoeopathic Medicines in HIV patients - A Clinical Trial
K.C.Muraleedharan
S.K.Dey,Popula Prasad, V.A.Siddiqui, Rupali Dixit, Vikram Singh, C.Nayak


Miasmatic diagnosis and its relevance in practice: C4



Australia
Using a miasmatic approach with every chronic disease
Grant Bentley

MACERATA
MACERATA
The Theory of Miasm and the proper use of Mind symptoms
Renzo galassi


Mexico
Relative to the causes of getting sick. Doctrinary review
René torres


India
Few Case studies to show the scope of the knowledge of Miasm in the Clinical as well as in the Therapeutic field of Homoeopathy
A Chatterjee
R Nandi, M Mukherjee, R Ghatak, S Ghosh, R Chattopadhyay

India
MIASMATIC DIAGNOSIS & ITS RELEVANCE IN PRACTICE
Arun Satija


India
Miasmatic diagnonsis and its relevance in clinical practice
B S Hatta


India
TUBERCULAR MIASM- RELEVANCE IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
Kasim Chimthanawala


India
Miasm and its Clinical perspective
R Gnanasambandam


India
Advance technique in Homoeopathic treatment for chronic disease with miasmatic base
Shashi Kant Gupta


India
Hahnemannian Concept Of Miasm In The Light Of Established Science
Swarup Dutta, A C Dutta
A C Dutta

India
MIASMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASES WITH THE IMPORTANCE TO PATHOLOGICAL CO-RELATION AND ITS DESCRIPTIVE PSYCOLOGY AND TREATMENT
Aman Goel

Success Stories: C5

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

France
Plutonium Nitricum in a patient with Cacchi Ricci disease
Chantal Chemla-Boucara


France
Using of a Ignatia in dyslexia and speech pathology
Maryvonne
Claude BINARD

France
A CASE OF POST-TRAUMATIC EPILEPSY
Philippe SERVAIS


France
Tuberculinum avis: a valuable remedy in severe pulmonary diseases, acute and chronic.
Yves Maille



Japan
Intergenerational transmission for Carcinosinum
Ronko Itamura


Latvia
Latvia
Anaplastic astrocytoma of vermis cerebell. (Case cured with homeopathy, 8 years follow up)
Marina Afanasieva



Philippine
DYNAMIC SCIENCE - The New Age Science that Explains the Scientificity of Homeopathy and Help in Understanding, Preventing and Managing Cancer
Shaji Kudiyat



Switzerland
Presentation of children with oncologic diseases treated by homoeopathy
Dario Spinedi


Switzerland
Case study of a double side breast cancer treated with homoeopathy
Thomas Waibel
Dario Spinedi


Bangladesh
Homeopathic Treatment of Brain Tumor: A Classical Approach
Paresh Chandra Modak


India
Contributions of Homoeopathy in the management of advanced inoperable cancers ( Quality-Life issues)
Alok Pareek
R. S. Pareek

India
EXPERIENCE AT THE BEDSIDE: MENINGITIS & MONTANA
L. M. Khan

Oral
India
CANCER PATHOLOGY REVERSIBLE IF EARLY DIAGNOSED- A CASE STUDY
L. K. Nanda


India
A case of Chorea
S M Singh


India
MND (Motor Neuron Diseases) Homoeopathic Perspective Observational Perspective Study of 31 Cases
A K Gupta


India
HOMOEOPATHY IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE - CLINICO STATISTICAL STUDY WITH CASES
Aadil Chimthanawala


India
A study to demonstrate effectiveness of homeopathy in improving Fertility in Women
B T Rudresh


India
Acute Exerbation of Chronic Bronchial Asthma A Clinical Case study
Brender Sharma


India
Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus (Type – II) with Single and Potentised Homoeopathic Medicine
Gautam Pal


India
Pulmonary Tuberculosis cured with Homoeopathic Medicines – A Case Report
Jayesh Dhingreja


India
Scope & Success of Homeopathy in Critical, Terminally ill Cancer Cases
Jayesh V. Sanghvi


India
HOMOEOPATHIC APPROACH TO HEMOPHILIA
K C Kankan


India
HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULAR LYMPHADENITIS(TBLN) - AN INDIAN EXPERIENCE
Kusum S Chand
R K Manchanda, Sudhir Batra

India
EVIDENCE BASED PATHOLOGICAL CASE
Leena A. Dighe

India
Efficacy of Homoeopathy in Asthma
Mukesh Chawla
Rajeev Nair

India
Importance of patient education (Clinical & Homoeopathic) in the management of Diabetes mellitus
N L Tiwari
Prashant Tamboli

India
Clinical verification of Arsenicum album in psoriasis - A multidimensional study
P Mukundan


India
Diabitic Foot and Gangrene
Prabhakar Shetty


India
Promoting Homoeopathy in the field of Oncology in rural and urban India- a public health initiative
Ravi Doctor
Chaitali Shah

India
Risk Factor Assessment For Management of IDDM in Homoeopathic Hospital
S A Dhole

Oral
India
EFFICACY OF HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF OVARIAN CYSTS
Sapna Gupta
Rajesh Gupta
Oral
India
Five years successesful survival of metastatic multi-organ affected terminal cancer by Homoeopathic treatment.
Shashikant Gupta

Oral
India
Allergy - A complete & effective Homoeopathic perspective based on Classical Homoeopathic Approach
Sreevals G Menon

Oral
India
Successful Homeopathic management of COPD
Sudha

Oral
India
PCOD
Vishpala parthsarthy

Oral
India
Homoeopathic Approach to Treatment of AIDS and HIV Related cases
Sanjiv Kumar Singh

Poster
India
2 Cases of Myocardial Infarction
Ram Gopal Tapadia

Poster
India
A Case study of GBS
Sunil Parse

Poster
India
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Tejinder

Poster
India
A Case of 8 year old Girl with Eczema cured by Homoeopathy
Ajay Yadav

Poster
India
Homoeopathic treatment and it’s result in a case of squamous cell carcinoma
Amal Kumar Bhattacharjee

Poster
India
Learning from a patient in the clinic - a case of angioma
Anil Singhal

Poster
India
Magic of Minimum: A case of Tubercular Pleurisy with Allergy to Allopathic medicines
Ashish Mehta

Poster
India
Clinical manifestation of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and its homoeopathic management
Deepti Nathani

Poster
India
Acute Respiratory emergenices & complications
Dinesh A.Kowshik

Poster
India
Wonder of LM in high potencies - 0/30 for the treatment of Psoriasis
G I Patel

Poster
India
Clinical Study of different types of Psoriasis and its Homoeopathic Management
G R Mohan

Poster
India
A CASE OF CONGENITAL HAEMANGIOMA
Jai Singh

Poster
India
PRACTICAL APPROACH TO MALIGNANT TUMORS IN VARIOUS STAGES WITH DOCUMENTED CASE STUDIES
Krishna Mohan

Poster
India
Management of acute exacerbations of Bronchial asthma from homoeopathic perspective
Mahesh Chevva

Poster
India
Case presentation Laryngeal keratosis
Nilanjana Basu

Poster
India
BETTER LIFE FOR RHEUMATOLOGY CASES - THROUGH FUSION HOMOEOPATHIC APPROACH
NIMISH V, MEHTA

Poster
India
CRUSHED HAND REPAIRED AND TREATED BY HOMEOPATHY
P V S N Prasad

Poster
India
MY EXPERIENCE IN CVA WITH ARNICA 3X
PANKAJ AGGARWAL
Priyanka dev, Vaishali goel
Poster
India
A Case of Giant Molluscum Contagiosum in HIV child
Pavan Chandak

Poster
India
A STUDY ON ‘‘CANCER CASES IN RESPONSE TO HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES’
Prabhat Srivastava

Poster
India
Case history: Individualized homoeopathy and nonspecific duodenal infiltration with gastric outlet obstruction
Rashid Akhtar

Poster
India
HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF LIFE STYLE DISEASES- A dissertation
Ritika Narula

Poster
India
A story of cardiomegaly
Ritu Raj Agarwala

Poster
India
An Evidenced Based Post operative Case of Breast Cancer with Metastatic changes in the Liver, Rt. eye & Vertebrae
S Tanvir Hussain

Poster
India
Homoeopathic Management of a Case of Epidermolysis Bullosa
Sanket Gupta

Poster
India
AMELIORATION OF KARTAGENER SYNDROME BY HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTIC AID
Shubhamoy Ghosh
Rajat Chattopadhyay, Abanindra kumar Nag, Dishari Sengupta & Antara Chatterjee
Poster
India
Management of Congenital Cardiac Diseases by Homoeopathy: Two case reports.
Sudhansu Sekhar Moharana

Poster
India
ROLE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MDR CNS TUBERCULOSIS
Sudhir Batra

Poster
India
Homoeopathy & Toxoplasmosis
Sumana Kumari Panda

Poster
India
Ulcerative Colitis treated with Constitutional, Acute, Phase Remedies
Zubin P Marolia

Poster
India
THREE CASES OF VENOUS ULCERS TREATED WITH HOMOEOPATHY
Maneesha Solanki

Poster
India
A CURE CASE OF PARALYSIS
Surendra Goswami

Poster
India
A case of Cirrhosis of Liver
G S Muralidhar Rao

Poster
India
A case of Cirrhosis of Liver
G S Muralidhar Rao

Poster
India
VITILIGO-A Homeopathic Perspective
Neena Mehan

Poster
India
THE SCOPE OF HOMEOPATHY IN TREATMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS
Samir Chaukkar

Poster
India
Research study on homoeopathic management Of urinary tract calculi
Seema Rai
Poster
India
To evaluate the role of homoeopathy in treatment of psoriasis
Vandana Chopra
R.K. Manchanda, Sapna Gupta
Poster
India
To evaluate the efficacy of homoeopathic treatment in Urinary Tract calculus in its various presentations
Vipul Bhatnagar
Meeta Gupta
Poster
India
To evaluate the role of homoeopathy in treatment of Lichen planus
Vandana Chopra
R.K. Manchanda
Poster
India
ROLE AND EFFICACY OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES IN FIBROID UTERUS, PCOS, FIBROADENOMA
Sandhya Rastogi
Madhu Agarwal
Poster
India
Experiencing the significance of homoeopathic ‘specific remedy’ in a case of uterine fibroma
Anupriya
Poster
Basic research in Homoeopathy- scope and limitations: D1

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Iran
A Model for Biological Effects of Homeopathic Remedies
Shahram Shahabi
Aditya Kasariyans
Oral

Ireland
Energetic qualities of drugs: summary of energetic actions, reactions and interactions of allopathic medications
Claudia De Rosa

Poster

South Africa
NASA’s TRLs, Technoscience and Homoeopathy.What's the Scientific Evidence of Technologies
HJD Jeggels

Oral

UK
The Physics of Homeopathy: What do we know?
Alexandar Tournier

Oral

USA
Towards a Bio-Informational Paradigm of Homeopathy: Beyond the Information Medicine Hypothesis
Arvind Auluck-Wilson

Oral

India
In Vivo trial of Belladona in prevention of J. E. Virus infection in mice model
C Nayak
Chandra Das, Debabrata Sarkar, K. Janardanan Nair, Chinta Raveendar, Rathin Chakravarty, Krishnangshu Ray
Oral
India
Scientific Basis of Homoeopathy: Convergence towards the Concept of Induced Molecular Structure
C R Mahata
R.Chattopadhyay, S.Chakrabarty, M.Sadhukhan, D. Ganguly, P. Syam, A.Sutradhar
Oral
India
The Materials Science of Homeopathic Medicines: A Nanoparticulate Perspective
Jayesh R. Bellare
Prashant S. Chikramane, A. K. Suresh, S. G. Kane
Oral
India
Immunomodulatory activity of Toxicodendron pubescens in experimental models
Mahendra H Gaushal
CR Patil1, PS Salunkhe, AR Gadekar, AM Agrawal, SJ Surana
Oral
India
Dielectric Dispersion Studies of Some Potentised Homoeopathic Medicines vis-a-vis concept of induced structure
C R Mahata
R.Chattopadhyay , S.Chakrabarty , M.Sadhukhan , D.Ganguly, P.Syam, A.Sutradhar
Oral
India
Homoeopathic potency established in the light of Quantum Physics
Swarup Dutta, A C Dutta

Oral
India
THE SECRETS OF HOMOEOPATHY UNRAVELED
V. Elia Reddy

Oral
India
An Attempt to find Correlation between the indicated Remedy and the Patient’s Body fluid through Molecular level Signature
Rajat Chattopadhyay
S.Chakrabarty , M.Sadhukhan , C.R.Mahata
Oral
India
Oleo-Homeopathy – A Novel Process Technology Extension of Homeopathy for Integration of Ayurveda and Homeopathy.
Shantaram G. Kane

Oral
India
An Endeavor to Illustrate an Objective Evidence for the Action of Homeopathic Medicines by Measuring Physiological Variability in Human Body Temperature
Devendra Kumar Munta

Oral
India
Effect of homeopathic potencies on photosynthesis of pigeon pea
Anirban Sukul
N C Sukul, P Sen, A Bhattacharya and Soma Sukul
Oral
India
BASIC RESEARCH IN HOMOEOPATHY
Vijayendera

Oral
India
A murine model simulating the epidemiological transmission of H. pylori infection in humans; prevention by Homeopathy
Tejas Gosavi
Pinaki Ghoshb, Arun B. Jadhavc, S. L. Bodhankarb
Oral
India
Rhus Toxicodendron: A prototype Homeopathic drug that can shun the opposition to the principles of homeopathic
C R Patil
Poster
GMP and pharmacopoeia
Pharmaceutical industry; demands & studies
Drug safety & drug control legislations

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Brazil
Microbiological stability of homeopathic medicines using purified water as vehicle.
CEGALLA, Virgínia T
CESAR, Amarilys de Toledo
Oral
Brazil
PHARMACEUTICAL CARE IN MEDICAL HOMEOPATHIC SERVICE IN PUBLIC HEALTH IN JUNDIAÍ (SP), BRAZIL
CEGALLA, Virgínia T
CESAR, Amarilys
Oral

Germany
Responsible manufacturing of homoeopathic medicines – Good Manufacturing Practices in Germany
Augusto Blasi

Oral
Germany
History of High Potency Maschines in 19th Century America
Rer. nat. Heike Gypser

Oral

India
G.M.P. AS APPLIED TO HOMOEOPATHY A CRITICAL EVALUATION
R N Wahi

Oral
India
Impact of GMP on the quality of homoeopathic medicines
R Valavan

Oral
India
IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY CONTROL IN MANUFACTURING OF HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES
Nishant Jain

Oral
India
Regulatory framework and Homoeopathic Research in india
Alok Saxena

Oral
India
Common hazards observed during dispensing resulting in disbelief in doctor or in whole system of medicine
Rahul Tewari

Poster
India
Quality Control and Standardisation of Homoeopathic Medicines
Beena Srivastava
Oral
India
Homeopathy In Public Health – Introduction Of Homeopathy In The Pharmacy
Dr Fruzsina Gábor
Oral
Drug proving – planning & protocol: D5

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Belgium
Eriodictyon californicum
Scheepers Léon

Oral

France
Methodology, goals and importance of educational provings
Hélène Renoux

Oral

Germany
The early history of placebo in homeopathy
Robert Juette

Oral
Germany
Drug Provings – What Can We Learn From the Past?
Harald Walach

Oral
Germany
How nosodes came into homoeopathic materia medica
Vicki Vieracker

Oral
Germany
Natrium carbonicum (Hahnemanni) = Natriumkarbonat-Decahydrat, Na2CO3 • 10 H2O
Hedwig Pötters

Oral

Netherland
The homeopathic proving of Malus communis, with an interesting dream series
Jean Pierre jansen

Oral

South Africa
An Objective Demonstration of the Concepts of 'Homoeopathic Aggravation' and the 'Cured Symptom' arising out of Blood Measures within the Triple-blind Proving of Strychnos henningsii
ASHLEY ROSS

Oral

USA
Development of Modern Standards for Homeopathic Provings within the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States
Todd A. Hoover

Oral

India
HIV and Hepatitis C Nosodes for you: Preparation, Indications and Cases
Rajesh Shah

Oral
India
SIDDHI – REPROVING OF NINE DYNAMIC REMEDIES
Sagira Chimthanawala

Oral
India
Drug-proving and its protocol – a great Confusion in medical science
Upendra Kumar Verma

Oral
India
Proving of bacopa monniera (brahmi)
Vivek Gupta

Poster
India
Proving of Deer's foot Bindfeed
Vinod Suri
Ved Prakash Sharma
Poster
Homoeopathy in veterinary medicine: E1

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

India
EXPLORING NEW DIMENSION OF HOMOEOPATHY IN VETERINARY SCIENCE
Prakash Thakor

Oral
India
Clinical Management of Thelitis With Homeopathic Drugs in Cows & Buffaloes
Shivang Swaminarayan
J.P.Varshney
Oral
India
Diagnosis and Management of Atrial Paroxysmal Tachycardia in Dogs with Homoeopathic Digitalis
J.P.Varshney
Shivang Swaminarayan
Oral
India
Managing Arthritis in Pets by Homeopathy
Surjit Singh Makkar

Oral
India
Field experiences with use of Homeopathy treatment of Livestock in Gujarat
Suhas G. Shukla

Oral
India
WOUND HEALING - CASE STUDY
Sanjeet Sharma

Oral
India
CERTAIN OBSERVATIONS ON THE USE OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE AS PROPHYLAXIS IN FRESH WATER PRAWN HATCHERY
M. Abdul Lethif

Oral
India
To evaluate the efficacy of SBL’s homoeopathic medicine to bring about estrous after calving
Beena Thomas

Oral
India
To evaluate the efficacy of SBL’s homoeopathic medicine in treatment of Mastitis in Dairy animals
Beena Thomas

Oral
India
Therapeutic Management Of Sub-Clinical Mastitis Using Homoeopathic Formulation
K M Jadhav
C.K.Patel, R.M.Patel, H.H.Panchasara
Oral
India
Use of Homoeopathic Remedy in Anoestrus condition in Dairy animals
Vikram Jani

Oral
India
Hemorrhagic disorders in Livestock and their treatment with Homoeopathic medication
Divya Kumar Verma
Goswami A; Verma Divya; Sharma Deepak; Manne V
Oral
India
Comparative Treatment of Clinical Mastitis in Bovines with Homeopathy and Antibiotics
Sanjeet Sharma

Oral
Homoeopathy in dentistry: E2

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

Brazil
Homeopathy as adjunct periodontal therapy in support in patient with chronic periodontitis: case report
EDIVALDO BARBOSA DA SILVA
Fischer, RG; Terezan, ML.
Oral
Brazil
A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE CONVENTIONAL MEDICATION AND THE USE OF ASSOCIATION OF HOMEOPATHY AND ELECTROACUPUNCTURE IN PRE AND POS OPERATIVE OF SURGERIES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS
Geraldo Brown

Oral
Brazil
THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE IMPLANTATION OF HOMEOPATHY IN DENTISTRY INTO COMMUNITY HEALTH
Geraldo Brown

Oral
Brazil
ORAL SURGICAL PROCEDURES OCCURENCES AND INJURIES AND THE PROPHYLATIC HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT - GAF
Gloria André Feighelstein

Oral
Brazil
HOMEOPATHY IN PERIODONTAL DISEASES
Gloria André Feighelstein

Oral
Brazil
Constitutions - Odontopediatric Clinic - GAF
Gloria André Feighelstein

Oral
Brazil
HOMEOPATHY IN ENDODONTIA AND IN THE ENDODONTIC TECNIC - GAF
Gloria André Feighelstein

Oral
Brazil
The application of Hypericum perforatum and Calendula officinallis in dentistry and prosthesis procedures
Gloria André Feighelstein
Oral
Brazil
Homeopathic proposal for the treatment of post-surgical implant osseointegrados paresthesia
Leila C.S. Mourão
Geraldo Brown; Antonio Canabarro.
Oral

India
Effective use of Homoeopathic medicines for Primary Treatment of Dental diseases
Mahesh Chevva
Md.Ahmed Pasha
Oral
India
Homeopathy in Dentistry – A Holistic Approach
Priyanka Chopra

Oral
India
Use of homeopathy in dental practice
Sachin Arora

Oral
India
Baksodent clinical trial
Mudita Arora

Oral
India
Homoeopathy in Dentistry
G B Lal

Oral
Open Session : F

Country
Title of Submission
Presenting Authors
Co Authors
Presentation

USA
Homeopathy in the Treatment of Eye Disease
Edward C. Kondrot

Oral
USA
chronicles the lives and medical practices of Wilbur Armstrong
Jay Yasgur
Oral

India
Homoeopathic law of similars –is it really a law
Subhash Chand

Oral
India
IN SEARCH OF BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SCIENCE FOR HOMOEOPATHY: A REVIEW
PANKAJ AGGARWAL

Oral
India
THE CLI.FI.COL. PROJECT Clinical File Collection - the state-of- the-art
Rezzani. C. M.

Oral
India
Double blind placebo controlled trial of Homoeopathic medicines in the management of withdrawal symptoms in Opium addicts and its alkaloid derivatives-dependents.
Bharat Bhushan
Ajaya Grover, Rajesh Goel
Oral
India
Mysterious Human Being
Ramakrishna Ghosh Mondal
Poster
India
ROLE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF INJURIES IN INTERNATIONAL SPORTSPERSONS – A SYNOPSIS
Jatin N Valia

Poster
India
HUMOUR AS A MEDICINE IN LIFE
Ashok Kumar Dantkale

Poster
India
HOMOEOPAHTY or IMMUNAÑOPATHY
S. HARIMANN

Poster
India
Healthy living and Homoeopathy
B C Nath
Poster
India
OLD NATURES EXPERIMENT& DOCUMENT ARE THE BASE OF HOMEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA.
P.K.MUKHERJEE
Poster
India
Homoeopathy: The wonderful blessing for old age diseases
Jatin Shah
Poster
India
Uses of single medicine in gradually ascending potency in treatment of diseases to shorten the time of treatment with cases
Gaurav Kacker
Poster
India
Applied ORGANON in day-to-day practice
R. D. Pavalan

Poster
India
Medicine of 21st century and Homoeopathy
Ajay Dahad
Poster
India
Basic prinicipals of Homoeopathy & Clinical Experiences
Susovan Ghosh
Poster
India
Lancet article – the alarm for Homoeopaths
Anupam Kumar Shrivastava
Poster
India
Live long live well
David Schmidt
Dr. Reena Johar
Oral
India
Clarifying our Basics: Words and their Meaning in the Organon
Monika Grühn
Oral