Aush treatment of Chronic Rheumatic heart dieses
My wife who is 62 years old is having heart dieses since 1974.Her valvotomy was done at CMC vellore in 1979 and thereafter Mitral valve was replaced; she was regular on prescribed medicines but during her mitral valve replacement time she has gone to partial comma but was saved however moderate regergitation caused.Now Now she is suffering from Severe Triscupid stenosis,severe triscupid regergitation and mild Aortic regurgigation and stenosis.I took her to the renowned cardiac care hospital in south India.But doctor refused to replace her ailing valves as the condition of heart is very poor and if operated upon sure death is forecasted.Now her both the legs has edema .
A renowned Aush doctor has prescribed her Hirak bhashma,and other branded medicine; i wish to re- check if they are safe for her.please help me. more
I agree with mr prabhakar korda. more
Online discussions can at best help in sharing knowledge, and finding relief for minor ailments. But for serious complicated disorders, online advice should never be depended upon. It is dangerous to do so. Nothing can replace direct personal interaction between qualified doctors and patients. What we should remember is every system has its advantages as well as limitations.. even Ayurveda and Homeopathy more
Dear Prabhakar korda that's why i am insisting on our Aush department that we must have greater research on our Aurved to find out remedy for such a critical life threatening ailments.Why Aush has left over the columns for comment passing;why senior most Aush doctor on line is not appointed to look in to such cases. more
Chinta is the main enemy of the heart.
Understanding the 3 anadi of the world [eeshwar, atma and prakriti] through upadesh of darshan shastra like sankhya , yog or brahm sutra explained by an arya samaj vidwaan like acharya satyajit [aastha bhajan] keeps chinta away; which leads to santosh in life and a healthy heart. https://archive.org/details/001NDBHOOMIKA14.09.01
medicine will alleviate symptoms alone. more
I would advise people like Sitaram Dhaniwal to contact qualified professionals in person and seek advice. While online general advice on health management is alright, complicated cases, as quoted by him, should not be taken so lightly. more