Mrs M. 18 came with a h/o hyperemesis after having allopathic treatment with 4 months pregnancy. She was anemic and dehydrated. She had no nausea or belching or dizziness.
Old h/o skin eczema treated with sulphur and bach remedies by me, hence the patient came to me. BP was 80/60 pulse 110. Patient was weak, pregnant. No significant h/o.
Treatment on 12/2/03 with plenty of ORS and one dose of Ars-30 along with rescue remedy 1 dose every 30min. Reproted complete relief next day, weakness persists.
On 14/2/03 — Complaints of weakness, fatigue and malaise.
After investigating, TLC-6500,DLC-P65, L32, E3; ESR-12MM/hr, Serum bilirubin-5.5, HBsAg-positive.RUE-bs/bp-positive.
Referring Synthesis – Anemia, pregnancy in – Phos-200 given for 3days no relief.
On 17/2/03 – On examination: — Liv++, jaundice++, clubbing++, anemia++
From p/h she sweats day and night without relief was treated with sulph.
Gave Merc-30 3*3 for 15days with relief.
She was given Merc-30 for total of 3mts.
On 25/6/03 — Delievered a male healthy child wt-2.75kgs. She had not turned up for follow up as she was from a far away place. When she informed the hospital that she had suffered from jaundice they investigated only to find out that she was HBsAg negative.
I personally feel that Merc. sol. is specific for HBsAg from my personal exp.
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Sub-editorJaundice :: Jaundice – Mercurius Solubilis
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Posted on September 2nd, 2003 at 12:11 am.
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