Avoid Surgery - Opt Homeopathy


Homeopathy has good scope in treating surgical cases such as tonsillitis, adenoids, sinusitis, piles, anal fistula, enlarged prostate gland, inflammed gall bladder, kidney stones and gall bladder stones, keloids, warts, Abscesses, Gangrene etc.And speedy recovery in surgical cases is very much possible through homeopathic treatment . Homeopathic treatment acts curatively and thus prevents complications arising from diseases which were suggested surgical treatment.

There is a general age old advice to take opinion of more than 2 doctors/surgeons before going for any surgery. Likewise, it is highly recommended that patients should explore the role and benefits of homeopathic system of medicine in cases of surgical nature. The patients can visit any of our clinics and have a free consultation in surgical cases.


Pain in the throat? Difficulty in swallowing? Needle like sensation on swallowing? Fever with pain in the throat? These signs could be of Tonsillitis.

Tonsillitis is a condition of the swelling of tonsils.The tonsils are a pair of soft tissue masses located at the rear of the throat (pharynx). The role of tonsils is that the tonsils are part of the lymphatic system, which helps to fight infections.However, removal of the tonsils does not seem to increase susceptibility to infection. Tonsils get affected in different ways

Acute tonsillitis : A bacteria or virus infects the tonsils, causing swelling and a sore throat. The tonsil may develop a gray or white coating .

- Chronic tonsillitis: Persistent infection of the tonsils, sometimes as a result of repeated episodes of acute tonsillitis.

- Peritonsillar abscess: An infection creates a pocket of pus next to the tonsil, pushing it toward the opposite side.

In chronic cases, surgical removal of tonsils is often resorted to. Here it is important to understand that the removal of tonsils amounts to removing the watchman. Tonsils have been provided by nature to perform a defensive function. In the absence of tonsils, the body remains unprotected and the infection easily travels into the inner organs of the body. Infection travelling into lungs is much more serious as compared to infection remaining in the tonsils. Under these circumstances, it is better to cure the underlying problem rather than removing the tonsils.


What are haemorrhoids/piles?

Haemorrhoids, commonly known as piles, are swollen blood vessels in and or around the anus and rectum. The blood vessels(veins) are located in the lowest part of the rectum and the anus. Sometimes these veins swell so that the vein walls become stretched, thin, and irritated by passing bowel movements.Piles are classified into two types: internal and external.

Internal haemorrhoids : Internal piles lie deep inside the rectum which can't be seen or felt. They don't usually hurt because there are few pain-sensing nerves in the rectum. Bleeding may be the only sign in this type. Sometimes internal haemorrhoids prolapse, or enlarge and protrude outside the anal sphincter. If so, you may be able to see or feel them as moist, pink pads of skin that are pinker than the surrounding area. Prolapsed haemorrhoids may hurt because they become irritated by rubbing from clothing and sitting. They usually recede into the rectum on their own; if they don't, they can be gently pushed back into place.

External haemorrhoids: External Piles lie within the anus and are mostly uncomfortable. If an external haemorrhoid prolapses to the outside (usually in the course of passing a stool), you can see and feel it. Blood clots sometimes form within prolapsed external haemorrhoids, causing an extremely painful condition called a thrombosis. If an external haemorrhoid becomes thrombosed, it can look rather frightening, turning purple or blue, and could possibly bleed. Despite their appearance, thrombosed haemorrhoids are usually not serious and will resolve themselves in about a week.

Anal bleeding and pain of any sort is alarming and should be evaluated; Haemorrhoids are the main cause of anal bleeding and are rarely dangerous, but a definite diagnosis from your doctor is essential.

What causes haemorrhoids?

Anyone at any age can be affected by piles. They are very common, with about 50% of people experiencing them at some time in their life. However, they are usually more common in elderly people and during pregnancy. Researchers are not certain what causes haemorrhoids. "Weak" veins - leading to haemorrhoids and other varicose veins - may be inherited.

It's likely that extreme abdominal pressure causes the veins to swell and become susceptible to irritation. The pressure can be caused by obesity, pregnancy, standing or sitting for long periods, straining on the toilet, coughing, sneezing,vomiting, and holding your breath while straining to do physical labour.

Diet has a pivotal role in causing - and preventing - haemorrhoids. People who consistently eat a high- fibre diet are less likely to get haemorrhoids, but those who prefer a diet high in processed foods are at greater risk of haemorrhoids. A low-fibre diet or inadequate fluid intake can cause constipation, which can contribute to haemorrhoids in two ways: it promotes straining on the toilet and it also aggravates the haemorrhoids by producing hard stools that further irritate the swollen veins.

Some simple lifestyle modifications can help one, prevent and even cure piles. A softer stool and regular bowel movements are its main goals. A softer stool makes emptying the bowels easier and lessens the pressure on hemorrhoids caused by straining.

Increasing fluid intake can help in reducing the hardness of the stools. Drinking six to eight glasses of fluid (not alcohol) results in softer, bulkier stools.

Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables and whole grains. In addition, a fiber supplement such as psyllium can be very helpful.

Do not prevent holding the urge, as it can lead to irregular bowel movement and also hardening of the stools.

Regular exercise, including walking, can be very effective in regulating your digestive system.

A combination lifestyle changes and homeopathic treatment can be a great relief to a person suffering from piles, as it eliminates the possibility of surgery. Moreover, a thorough homeopathic treatment can remove the tendency and thereby prevent its recurrence.


Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinuses.

Healthy sinuses are filled with air. But when they become blocked and filled with fluid, germs can grow and cause an infection.

Symptoms of Acute Sinusitis include:

        - Facial pain or pressure
        - "Stuffed-up" nose
        - Runny nose
        - Loss of smell
        - Cough or congestion

You may also have:

        - Fever
        - Bad breath
        - Fatigue
        - Dental pain

Symptoms of Chronic Sinusitis include:

        - A feeling of congestion or fullness in your face
        - A nasal obstruction or nasal blockage
        - Pus in the nasal cavity
        - Fever
        - Runny nose or discolored postnasal drainage