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Itching on the body and low platelet count after getting treated for dengue fever. Need a remedy

I had dengue fever few days back and my platelets were only 0000 but after taking fruit juices and papaya juice my platelets have been increased to 1 lakh 51 thousand but now i am suffering from itching on whole body.I am very upset and taking homeopathic medicine to control itching.Please guide me further to control itching.Please guide me as i do not have money at present my husband is not at home.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Your dengue fever has been cured fully isn't it? The platelet count has come back to normal and you were quite tired and lethargic. I hope you took allopathic treatment from a for dengue fever.

The itching could have been developed through so many causes like soreness, reation from medicines etc. For determining the exact cause you should visit the doctor who treated for dengue fever.

For the time being, it will be better to discontinue homeopathy.
Hope I could clear your doubts.
Please contact me for further assistance on this matter.
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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