Vocal cord paralysis

I am Ghulam Nabi from Hyderabad. I was suffering from left vocal cord problem with severe hoarse voice. I visited Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi. The ENT specialist ordered some tests which could not bring out any specific cause for the problem and I was advised voice therapy. Many sessions of voice therapy brought about very little improvement. Seeing no significant improvement, the consulting ENT specialist at Aga Khan Hospital advised me to undergo vocal cord surgery. I did not want to undergo vocal cord surgery Continue reading →

Oligospermia Testimonial

Mr. G. M. is a lecturer with a government college. In January 2006, he placed himself under homoeopathic treatment for Oligospermia. In the following testimonial, he acknowledges, how homeopathy helped. In Pakistan, remaining childless for some years after marriage becomes a favourite topic among relatives. Starting with whispers, the din becomes louder with passing years and usually, it is the wife who is considered responsible for the situation. But in our case, my wife was okay. My tests showed, I had Oligospermia. Different laboratories showed Continue reading →

A fever of uncertain diagnosis – malaria, dengue, typhoid?

Testimonial of a grateful university student I, a 20 years old university student suffered from high fever that usually went up to 102 F.  Due to which I had to skip most of my classes with no proper solution. I consulted a lot of allopathic doctors and got 5 blood tests which included Malaria, SGPT, Dengue, Blood Count and Typhoid but no report showed any disease and the doctors themselves were confused about what could have happened. Being on a lot of antibiotics of 500 Continue reading →

Want to avoid surgery?

Saved from being subjected to an unnecessary surgery! The testimonial of Professor Badruz Zaman of the Federal Urdu University, Karachi, below, shows, how at times the orthodox medicine (Allopathy) could fail in properly diagnosing a case despite using modern diagnostic tools. On the other hand, how homoeopathy relying on the signs and symptoms of the patient as a guide to establishing a diagnosis can afford relief. Continue reading →