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Dr. Binoy S. Vallabhassery - Homeopath, Kottayam

Dr. Binoy S. Vallabhassery

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M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.

Homeopath, Kottayam

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Dr. Binoy S. Vallabhassery 90% (143 ratings) M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S. Homeopath, Kottayam
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A QUALIFIED HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and a registered member of medical council of Kerala, India. Dr. Binoy Vallabhassery studied D.H.M.S. in the first Homoeopathic college of Asia - "The Athurasramam Homeopathic Medical College," Kurichy near Kottayam.After completing D.H.M.S. he gained his Bachelor degree in Homoeopathy from Dr. Padyar Memorial Homoeopathic College, Chottanikkara, near Cochin, affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. Then he got his Post Graduation from Marathwada Dr. Baba Shaib Ambedker University, Aurangabad. Dr. Binoy Vallabhassery has been practicing as a homoeopath for the last 21 years. In 1994 he became the treasurer of Institution of Homoeopaths Kerala, Kottayam Unit. In 1995 he became the unit secretary of IHK, in 1996 State Council member, in 1997 State Executive Committee member, and in 1998 he became the District Co-ordinator of IHK. Now life member of the organization, Ex State President of the Institution of Homoeopaths Kerala. Ex State Secretary of I.H.K., Ex Managing Editor of I.H.K. News, web promoter of http://www.theihk.org , State Treasurer of Homeo Sastravedi, Dist: Secretary of I.H.K Kottyam, Unit Secretary of IHK Kottayam Chapter and Associate Editor of "Homeochikitsasastharam". He has written numerous articles in both the medical journals and lay press like Malayala Manorama, Deepika, Kerala Kaumudi, Sthreedhanam, Vanitha Arogyam, Arogayamangalam, Mathrubhumi, etc. He published a book in Malayalam (1995) titled "Adhunika Lokathinte Vidhyasasthram" (Medicine of the modern world). He takes class in unit meetings of IHK and other health awareness programmes of municipalities and panchayats.

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M.D.(Hom.) - DKMM Homeopathy Medical College, Aurangabad - 2006
B.H.M.S. - Dr. Padiyar Memorial Homeopathy Medical College, Chottanikkara, Cochin. - 1998
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Awards and Recognitions
First ISO 9001 - 2015 cerificate for the speciality clinic in South India
Dr. Samual Hahneman Award-2007
first ISO 9001 - 2008 cerificate for the speciality clinic in South India
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Nature Club Award 2006
JCI Professional Excellence Award 2008
Social Works Award 2009 .
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The Institution of Homeopaths Kerala
IHK
Kerala Homeosatravedi

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I get smells bad at her genitals. Every time I try to finger her it just gives too bad odor. Also she don't allow me to finger her properly she says it pains a lott please tell the cause and prescribe some medicine.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I get smells bad at her genitals. Every time I try to finger her it just gives too bad odor. Also she don't allow me ...
Inflammation of the vaginal area can occur because of poor hygiene but is often a result of infection in or around the vagina. A common infection that can cause vaginal odor is overgrowth of the normal vaginal bacteria to cause bacterial vaginosis. Practice good hygiene. Clean the outside of your vagina regularly with a washcloth and mild soap. Use only exterior deodorizing products. Change your underwear. Consider a pH product. Try essential oils. Soak in vinegar..
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I am not able make sex and suffer from pain as the skin from the pennis tip moves back and suddenly I will remove my thing .my erection also does not last for a minute Pls suggest.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I am not able make sex and suffer from pain as the skin from the pennis tip moves back and suddenly I will remove my ...
This is caused by the infiltration of fluid into the cellular tissue of the prepuce, forming a large, long, dark, reddish-brown, bulbous swelling at the extremity of the penis, its borders being enlarged, cracked, and so narrow that but a small portion of the secreted pus can make its escape, and rendering the retraction of the prepuce behind the glans impossible, the remainder collecting underneath, forming a fluctuating swelling. Persons with a long and narrow prepuce are the most subject to it, and balanorrhoea is always present. Treatment. - If the remedies are selected with care, the disease is generally easily subdued, and it is only in very severe cases, and when gangrene threatens, that the knife becomes necessary. Should the apparently appropriate remedies be of no avail, slight incisions in the prepuce wil allow much of the fluid to escape, and pave the way to speedy relief.
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I have white colour on left breast and it is differ from other .it any problem in my future? What should I do.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I have white colour on left breast and it is differ from other .it any problem in my future? What should I do.
It may due to an eczema or dermatitis. All our left side organs are smaller than right it is quit normal do not bother about future. Consult a doctor to rule out Leucoderma or vitiligo. It is the condition in which some areas, large or small, lose their pigment (colouring matter) and become milky white. At initial stage, these spots are very small in size or area, go on increasing slowly and spread all over the body. The cause is unknown and there is no satisfactory cure except in homoeopathy.
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I had by mistake slept on my mobile phone with my testicles over the mobile phone. I had slept for 8 hours. When I woke up I got anxious as I found the mobile phone under me. Since the mobile phone emits radiation even when on standby mode and 3G is always on will this instance have any impact on my fertility or testicle cells? Generally I keep my mobile away from testes but I made this mistake one day. Also can the body cells in testes recover after a single exposure to mobile radiation?

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I had by mistake slept on my mobile phone with my testicles over the mobile phone. I had slept for 8 hours. When I wo...
Storing your cellphone in your pants pocket may result in impaired sperm, lower testosterone and may cause infertility. New research suggests that carrying around a cellphone in your pocket could lower sperm motility and viability. plz hold the phones in your hand thats safe.............
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Sir I have got fracture in my right leg .the tibia and fibula and femur black. Surgery is done before for month and plaster removed 1 month. Ago and still I can not get movement in knee what should I do now I am doing normal exercise with the help ho physical therapist normally knee flexion and extension please sugest me what should I do now for better and fast result.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
The pain in one or both knees is due to white swelling of knee (or phlegmasia alba dolens), suppurative swelling, synovitis, degeneration of knee joints, excoriation of soft tissues of knee joint, or due to deposition of uric acid crystals and other salts in knee joints. In some cases the knee pain is due to degepara cartilaginous bone in the knee joint, rubbed off during wear and tear of the joint, when there is more friction with violent pain and stiffness. Knee joints also become painful and weak due to obesity and frequent inflammation. Arnica 30 , 5 drops 3 time per day in 1/2 glass water
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I am 28 years male. I have suffering from psoriasis last 10 years. Psoriasis In my head. It is red patches and silver colour scalp.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I am 28 years male. I have suffering from psoriasis last 10 years. Psoriasis In my head. It is red patches and silver...
This is pre-eminently an affection of the male sex; in the case of females it is never attended with sexual disorders. It attacks individuals between the seventh and fiftieth year, and occurs most frequently in the cold season. It cannot be traced to constitutional derangements, since persons who are afflicted with this disease, otherwise enjoy the most perfect health. With the appearance of some constitutional disease, the psoriasis disappears at once, but returns again as soon as the disease is removed. Psoriasis begins in this wise: at various, more or less numerous, scattered spots, the detached epidermis forms a small, white rising-psoriasis punctata. These spots gradually spread from every point of the periphery until they reach the size of drops-psoriasis guttata; on removing the scales, we find the skin underneath slightly red and bleeding. In proportion as the circumference continues to expand, the original spot becomes cleansed of its scales, and a ring forms surrounding a healthy-looking skin-psoriasis annularis; in the further progress of the exanthem, this ring opens, losing its roundness-psoriasis gyrata-and finally disappearing altogether. All these stages, or most of them, coexist side by side in almost every case of this disease. Psoriasis is not attended with itching, or at most only at the commencement, but in no case if it has become an inveterate disease. It may remain stationary, though breaking out in new places, or it may intermit in its manifestations for months and even years. Treatment in selecting our remedies, we must not overlook the fact that psoriasis is not an itching eruption. This seems to have been ignored by many practitioners; hartmann's delineation of the disease is especially untrue to nature. The selection of remedies is rendered particularly difficult by the circumstance that the patient enjoys perfect health, and that on this account we are without any co-determining symptoms. It is wrong and unscientific to try to get symptoms out of a patient by persistent questioning and to hunt them up even among his ancestors in order to realize our dreams about reliable remedies. For this reason we content ourselves with giving merely the names of the remedies that have already been employed in this disease with some advantage, or that may seem adapted to further to trials. We arrange the series in accordance with the practical value of each drug: sulphur, phosphorus, sepia, petroleum, calcarea carbonica, acidum nitricum and phosphoricum, arsenicum and tellurium. Among external remedies the only application which is never hurtful and usually efficient, is the vapor-bath accompanied by frictions with castile soap, or, if the affection has already existed for a long time, with brown soap. Cold bathing is of decided use, although its effect may not be perceived immediately.
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I don't drink wine and smoking. I am 24 year male my problem in night time sleeping very snoring sound. My weight 72 kg and my height 172 cm.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
Your cause of snoring is adinoid swelling. Adenoid is otherwise called as pharyngeal tonsil or is the over growth of lymphoid tissue (lymph node) in nasopharynx (the portion of pharynx above the soft palate, i. E. Post nasal region). The adenitis or over growth of the adenoid affects the physical and mental growth, may cause obstruction in breathing, deafness and ear-arch in children. Adenitis is the inflammation of a gland or lymph node as said above. Hilar adenitis is the inflammation of bronchial lymph nodes, sometimes, occur in bronchitis or pneumonia fever. All medicines which cure hypertrophy of tonsils can be given for curing adenoid when enlarged. The following cures are useful in the effective treatment of adenoid's hypertrophy 1. Agraphis. N. 3x, is very useful in adenoid over growth, breathing with open mouth, deafness due to adenoid growth. 2. Bar. C. 30, very useful in recurring attacks of acute tonsillitis, in hard enlarged tonsils, children - physically and mentally backward, be given 3 times a day. 3. Calc. C. 30, for fat children with cold head and feet, sweating of head at night, otorrhoea with deafness or hardness of hearing. 4. Calc. P. 30, with pallid face, thin, slim, weak body, enlarged tonsils, obstinate sneezing without coryza, when progress is not satisfactory especially in scrofulous or consumptive history in the family. 5. Hydrast. 30, is given to cure the over growth of adenoid when whole nasopharynx is affected with adenoid growth, it should be given on totality of symptoms in scrofulous history of the patient. 6. Sil. 200, is well indicated medine with calc. P. With same symptoms or when improvement is checked. 7. Bacillinum or tuberculinum-200, one dose be given as intercurrent medicine when other remedy fail to cure quickly in the case of the patient having consumptive history in the family.
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I am 26 Years old I am Male last 5 months later head pain eyes and nose what is the problem sir.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I am 26 Years old I am Male last 5 months later head pain eyes and nose what is the problem sir.
Dear lybrate-user, you had sinus. Sinusitis is the inflammation of one or more of the sinuses, or mucous membrane that lines the sinuses, especially frontal sinuses of the face, usually seen in winter or change of season. Sinuses are air-filled cavities in the bones of the face and skull which are lined with mucous membrane. Sinusitis causes headache, facial pain and discharge of mucus from the nose, which may be allergic. Sinusitis is generally caused by infection spreading from nose to the sinuses via their respective meatuses because the facial and frontal sinuses have direct link with the nose. Sinusitis may be acute or chronic. In acute sinusitis, there is frontal headache, tenderness and soreness over the affected sinus, blocked nose, heavy aching around the eyes, swelling of eyelids, facial pain on either side of the nasal cavity and toothache, worse from stooping. Mucous membranes of the nasal sinuses and nose are swollen, causing blocked or stuffy feeling in nose. Chronic sinusitis and chronic cold are very much related to each other. When the common cold persists for more than 7-10 days, catarrhal symptoms may appear, with thick, copious white, yellow or green nasal discharge, sometimes with offensive smell. This condition continues for a long time and causes swelling of nasal mucous membrane, that in turn blocks the nose. In chronic sinusitis, drainage of pus from the sinuses becomes necessary from frequent attacks of sore throat, due to dropping of mucus from psoterior nares into the throat, laryngitis or bronchitis may occur. Homeopathy medicines can cure it.
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I am a 17 years old boy I have acne black marks on my face what should I do for removing the black spots.

M.D.(Hom.), B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kottayam
I am a 17 years old boy I have acne black marks on my face what should I do for removing the black spots.
Homeopathy can cure your problems. Acne is situated in the sebaceous follicles of the skin; it depends upon the quality of the sebaceous secretion, and is not, or at least very seldom, determined by the narrowness or closure of the excretory duct. If the sebum secreted by the follicle is too thick, it naturally reaches the surface with more difficulty, solidifies near the external opening, and closes the follicle by means of a plug which has generally a black color. These blackish points are called comedones, or acne punctata. In certain circumstances the disease may not progress any further; on some portions of the skin, as for instance on the nose, this condition becomes habitual. Under other circumstances that will be stated below, the glands thus closed show a disposition to become inflamed. That this is not alone owing to the pressure of the sebum upon the follicular walls, is shown by the circumstance that in persons of a more advanced age the comedones scarcely ever inflame, or that they enlarge to the size of small bursae without any symptom of inflammation whatsoever. The inflamed follicle either changes to a small pustule, discharges and sometimes forms small scurfs, or else the inflammation does not terminate in suppuration, the follicle retains for a time the shape of an indurated, somewhat painful and red papule, and gradually the exudation is reabsorbed. If the inflammation is severe, if the irritation is increased by the pressure and friction of the clothes, the subcutaneous cellular tissue becomes involved, giving rise to a furuncle of a larger or smaller size. These different changes or processes come under the designation of acne simplex. This form of acne appears principally in the face and on the neck, on the back, buttocks, thighs, less frequently on the chest, sometimes on the skin of the penis and scrotum. No other consequences are involved in this affection, except that the places of the acne-pustules remain red for some time. Considering that a number of follicles sometimes become diseased while others are at the same time in full bloom, the face must become considerably disfigured. Acne scarcely ever makes its appearance except between the age of pubescence and the twenty-fifth or thirtieth year. After this period, a few single follicles may become inflamed, but not a whole number together. Males are more subject to acne than females. All the circumstances connected with this eruption show that acne has its essential origin in the sexual sphere. In corroboration of this statement we will allude to the circumstance that on many ladies a few acne-pustules break out during the menses, and that almost every individual who is addicted to onanism, is afflicted with an excessive breaking out of acne. We do not mean to say that acne only breaks out in the faces of onanists. Among the young people of the city acne seems to be general, whereas among country-youths it is comparatively a rare disease. If a predisposition exists, acne may be developed under the operation of a variety of causes, such as overheating, washing a heated skin with cold water, partaking of boiled and roasted or fried fat, more particularly the fat of geese; indigestion, the excessive use of wine or spirits. Among us, for instance, acne prevails in the winter-season, because so much pork or gooseflesh is eaten in winter; jews are likewise troubled with acne, for the reason that they replace the fat of swine by goose-fat, and for the additional reason that they are generally fond of very fat eating. It follows from these remarks that the first thing to be done when treating a case of acne is to prescribe a careful and appropriate diet. This task, however, is very difficult of accomplishment, for the reason that acne-patients generally enjoy the sensation of perfect health, and that a rigid diet, if only persisted in for a short time, effects very little improvement in the disease. The next point is to see to a proper management of the skin generally. Cold bathing and washing is of no use; on the contrary, the trouble seems to get worse in consequence. For acne on the trunk, frictions with soap and the use of the flesh-brush in a vapor-bath are the best remedy; for acne in the face the following proceeding is better than all cosmetics: every morning, or, if the patient has to leave his home early in the morning, then every evening, the face should be gently rubbed for a few minutes with a soft piece of flannel moistened with warm water and greased over with soap, after which it is washed with warm water, and subsequently again with water that is almost cold. The best soap for such a purpose is the so-called venetian soap made of vegetable fats. By means of these washings the disorder is reduced to its minimum proportions. The formation of pustules is, moreover, best prevented by the comedones being squeezed out. The nails must not be used for such an operation, but a small watch-key, the opening of which must neither be too narrow nor angular, is placed upon the spot so that the black point of the comedo is exactly encompassed by the opening of the key which is firmly and vertically pressed upon the skin. This had better be done previous to washing. By resorting to such simple proceedings, the face can be kept tolerably clean.
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