International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Case Studies | Homeopathy | India | Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023

A Case Study on Migraine

Dr. Niranjan Mohanty [3] | Dr. Priyanka Sahu [3] | Dr. Santosh Kumar Jena [3]

Abstract: Migraines are severe, recurring, painful headache lasting for hours or several days may be with aura or without aura. The global prevalence of one - year active migraine attack is 18% in females and 6% in males, whereas the cumulative incidences in entire lifetime are 43% and 18% respectively. A female patient of 40 years old was suffering from Migraine for last 02 years resorted to all systems of treatment but failed, was finally treated by constitutional treatment and was cured for last 2 years. The case taking was done in a standardized format and all symptoms were passed through standard procedures to arrive at totality of symptoms such as analysis of symptoms, conceptual image, analysis of the case/ synthesis, reportorial totality/ evaluated totality, miasmatic diagnosis, repertorisation. The medicine was prescribed in 50 millesimal scale in frequent repetition scheduled. Change of potency and medicine were done as per the guidelines of tenets of Homoeopathy and cure was achieved to an intractable chronic disease like Psoriasis.

Keywords: Migraine with aura, Migraine without aura, Conceptual image, Analysis of the case, Evaluated totality, Miasmatic diagnosis

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023,

Pages: 735 - 741

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