Case Studies Case Studies 9 : Wilson's Disease

Case Studies 9 : Wilson's Disease

Mind :

How is your nature?

  • I am very straightforward and do not tolerate anybody not listening to me.
  • My younger brother always disobeys me.
  • I get very angry and sometimes beat him. I like all my things in their proper place & nobody should misplace them.
  • If so, I scream at the person who does it.

Anything else?

  • Father: She is very obstinate.You know what she did in the hospital? There, she was on saline and was injected many times. The Doctor was trying to calm her, but do you know what she said?
  • “She said, don’t teach me. Only I know how much pain and sufferings these injections give me ... You will not understand this unless you are tortured with these needles yourself.”
  • Literally I felt very embarrassed.
  • She said “I don’t think I had said anything wrong. When you know that someone is suffering, you should not give him false promises, that they will be cured. Every time they promised me that it would be the last injection. But the same was repeated again within few hours.”

Any fear?
Father, “No. She is courageous. It was only when she was very small, that she feared ghosts.”

How is her progress in the school?
Father: “She is not a first ranker but definitely an intelligent student. She is very ambitious & wants to be a rich & famous personality.”

Any disturbing incident recently?
Father: “No. She doesn’t take anything seriously. Even now, all the family members are worried but she is not sad or weeping. She is indeed a brave girl. (I asked her about her disease & what she felt about it? She replied spontaneously, “I am sure that one day, I will be able to walk properly.”)

What are your hobbies?
I like to draw pictures & read my course books & stories.

Find out the Remedy with a proper Totality and Miasm………..

Remedy with Response of the case of “Wilson's Disease” :

Totality :

Remedy Selected : NUX VOMICA 30.

Respone :

Follow up reports

The investigation reports after 3 months were:
HB :
9.8 gm%
WBC : 9,000/mm3
Platelets : Adequate. Her gait also improved & for the next follow-up she easily climbed 20 steps in my hospital.

D / D :


  • Positive.
  • Anger contradiction from.
  • Dominating.
  • Fastidious.
  • Quarrelsome.
  • Trembling of lower limbs.
  • Hemorrhagic tendency.
  • < Morning (Pain calves).
    > Lying on sides
    > Covering.
  • (Lt) to (Rt) complaints.
  • Desire: Meat, Spicy.
  • Thermal : CHILLY.
  • Miasm : SYPHILIS.
    • I called her for a weekly follow up and also advised her father to observe & note the changes in her condition carefully.
    • Accordingly, after a week, when they came, her father was very happy. He told me that her abdominal pain had decreased on the 2nd day itself.
    • By the end of the 1st week, the swelling on the legs had disappeared.
    • The bleeding ceased totally and she started feeling strength in her lower limbs.
    • The calves stopped paining. At the end of 3 months she put on 5 Kg weight. (Wt. on 14.10.05 = 39 kg. & on 26.09.06 = 47 kg. to 8 kg wt. gain in a year’s time.)
  • Also represents this terrific irreversible pathology & fast progressing condition.
    • She had bloody stool too. But < hanging limbs, < waking in the morning, pain in the abdomen >lying on sides, > bending double are the peculiar modalities of NUX VOMICA.
    • Nux is thermally more chilly than MERC. NUX VOMICA is > covering & more fastidious than Merc.
    • Mentally NUX VOMICA is intelligent, fastidious, ambitious, censorious & quarrelsome.
    • But they can be submissive & yielding because of their consciousness of health. NUX VOMICA is good mannered though quarrelsome. MERC is not such an intelligent drug.

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