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CASE REPORT
Year : 2022  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 46-50

Homeopathic Management of Afibrinogenemia along with Beta-Thalassemia


1 Communication Consultant, Homoeopathy in Haemophilia, C/o Sakha the Centre of Research and Charity, Upnagar, Nashik, India
2 Principal Investigator, Homoeopathy in Haemophilia, C/o Sakha the Centre of Research and Charity, Upnagar; Professor and HOD of Medicine, Motiwala (National) Homoeopathic, Medical College, Nashik, India
3 Former Director, National Institute of Immunohaematology, KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
4 Research Associate, Homoeopathy in Haemophilia, C/o Sakha the Centre of Research and Charity, Upnagar, Nashik, India
5 Professor and HOD of Physiology, Motiwala (National) Homoeopathic, Medical College, Nashik, India

Correspondence Address:
Kundu Tapas
Homoeopathy in Haemophilia, C/o Sakha the Centre of Research and Charity, Upnagar, Nashik - 422 006, Maharashtra
India
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/AYUHOM.AYUHOM_27_22

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Afibrinogenemia is an extremely rare inherited bleeding disorder. Less than 100 such cases have been described from India. Beta-thalassemia carrier status (trait) is common in many Indian casts and religious groups; hence, a rare combination of these two conditions can be expected. Here, we report one such case treated solely using homeopathic medicine. The male patient was borne out of a nonconsanguineous marriage. He had delayed separation of the umbilical cord after 14 days and bleeding from the site. In addition, he had multiple bleeding episodes treated successfully by homeopathy since 11 months of age. His thalassemia trait needed no treatment. As fibrinogen concentrate is not easily available, this line of management could also be considered if the concentrate or safe cryoprecipitate is not immediately available.


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