Mother’s Day has been very special for us this year! On this day we got messages from two of our clients who wanted us to know that they had become pregnant due to the homeopathic remedies given by Daxa Vaishnav.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, #IWD2017, #WomensDay this video highlights the role and pays a Tribute to Women who have contributed immensely to Homeopathy. Daxa Vaishnav is one of the recipients of this honor. (For homeopathic consultation for your symptoms you may visit Homeopathic Healing or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org …
We are excited and honored to make a presentation on homeopathy to the medical doctors and other staff of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF), Los Altos, CA on December 10, 2015. We will be talking about cases that were managed by us solely with homeopathy- with no other concurrent treatment at that time.
I have been seeing more and more cases of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) in my homeopathic practice over the past few years. Young girls and women in their early reproductive age seem to be affected by this disorder.
Homeopaths, allopaths (conventional medical doctors) as well as patients elsewhere in the world are surprised when they come across a clinically sound homeopath who can actually speak and understand the “medical lingo”. During a recent interaction with a MD in the US, (we were talking about the MRI scan findings of a client with a sciatica) we got the feeling that the doctor was awestruck by our knowledge of investigations and their interpretations.
Daxa was recently interviewed by ‘hpathy’ the world’s largest online journal of homeopathy. She was the “homeopath in the hot seat” and her work in gynecology and obstetrics was highlighted in this interview. Daxa has had extensive experience in managing children’s and women’s health including polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), infertility, menopause, pregnancy and labor with homeopathy for almost 30 years and this interview starts from the time she had just joined the college and hospital as a teacher.
Much has been written about female infertility and in practice, very often the male is often neglected when the infertile couple is being evaluated and treated.
A low sperm count is often encountered in the infertile male and there are many causes for this.
Last week was celebration time at four different places. Three of my patients reported to me on three consecutive days of the week (a hat trick for me!) that they had conceived after consulting me and starting homeopathy. One patient had been given up by the gynecologists in the US as her Anti-Mullerian Hormone level was very low.