A patient, male, 40 years of age notice pink spots in both the axilla since last 15 day no symptoms only spots vegetarian constitution lean tall intelligent doing work in order plz. suggest a suitable homoeopathic medicine with Diagnosis


@Dr. Yogendra Yadav Sir! TINEA VERSICOLOR It is a yeast fungus infection of skin which is precipitated by heat, humidity, excessive sweating and even hormonal imbalances. Advise him to maintain cleanness, dryness, avoid deodorant and to use clean razor for shaving.

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@Dr. Yogendra Yadav . Its a case of pityriasis versicolor . treatment depends upon totality. Which lacks here. However think of sepia 1m single dose. If matches. Thank you

Thanks sir Via constitution the patient is arg. Nit. Patient have no symptoms related to this complaint There is only symptom is change in colour in axillary area

Dear As per your picture and symptoms, Start with one dose Sulphur 200 stat followed by Ars alb 200 one dose in every morning and Antim Crud 200 in every evening.. It's not pityriasis. It is another fungal infection, though pityriasis also a fungal infection. Thank you.

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These are remnants of a fungal infection that has resolved or gone into a remission. There must be occasional itching here esp after perspiration. Give this patient CALCAREA SULPH 200/TDS/ONE MONTH. and advise to apply locally once daily a mixture of OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI Q & coconut oil in equal qty.

@Dr.A.K.Srivastava. Pityriasis versicolor. Arsenicum Alb may be helpful.

Sepia or thuja may be helpful

Thuja ??? Y please explain because it's very deeper acting sycotic med

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Such cases are chronic in nature.If you are not getting any characteristics symptoms to prescribe , then full classical case taking of Homeopathy is required.

Medicines can not be selected due lack of adequate symptoms..... Clear the drug picture Try sepia or kali ars...

It can be pityriasis versivolor, erythrasma......

Ihummbly request all the ayush docs please give clear history

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