Hello..... pathy..

laugh.... Allo pathy...

Allopathy is a word made up by homeopaths which they use for actual medicine. The advantage of it is that it works, whereas stuff like homeopathy doesn't.

What is the meaning of allopathic medicine?
A system in which medical doctors and other healthcare professionals (such as nurses, pharmacists, and therapists) treat symptoms and diseases using drugs, radiation, or surgery. Also called biomedicine, conventional medicine, mainstream medicine, orthodox medicine, and Western medicine.

Allopathic doctors ‘educate' the society that there is no cure for any of the chronic diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, peptic ulcers, asthma, urticaria etc. hence lifelong medication is the only option (chronic disease means longer lasting disease and not incurable disease).

the highest degree in Doctor?
A Doctor of Medicine (MD) is the highest degree for physicians and surgeons.

is bigger MD or MBBS?

In India students begin with a MBBS degree. It's completion denotes the kind of training required to be approved as a licensed physician. A MD degree represents a higher post-graduate degree for specialty training. Only medical graduates with MBBS degrees are only eligible to pursue a MD degree.

Can MD doctor DO surgery in India?
With an MS or MD in India, you can work as a knowledgeable specialist or surgeon.

Most people seem to believe that injections, capsules, surgery etc are the only effective means of treatment to cure a disease.

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I agree with your blog its best to know all aspects of the body and disease and also alternative to heal. then a choice can be made individual not as a mass.

We are still learning about disease etc that learning will never stop teddybear
Allopathy treatment is simply unaffordable to the common man, or consciously made so to help health insurance companies.

Doctors always like... to blame on patients, their ignorance, their refusal to obey.. doctors.. commands. The truth is you should be ready to listen to the other side too....

A patient was admitted to reputed hospital in delhi
He was 59 years old and suffering from pneumothorax. Cardio thoracic surgeon at the hospital operated on him. Inserted tubes to drain out fluid. After three days of the operation patient started having difficulty in breathing, constant headaches, and began sleeping for long hours. All while he was moved to semi private ward. Doctors did not care, nurses did not care. No one paid attention to signs of pneumonia and related sepsis setting in. Patient was moved back to the ICU only after his son shouted at the nurses about their carelessness. Patient remained there for a day and suddenly discharged. Doctor initially had plans to keep him in the hospital for 10 days but discharged him after 3 days.

Doctor said he is almost cured and tubes would be removed after 4–5 days of rest at home. Patient took all medicines and followed all precautions. Had his last o*al meal after hours of cajoling. On the second day of getting discharged the patient started feeling intense breathlessness. The oxygen level dropped to 85. His son rushed him to a nearby nursing home. But doctors refused to take the patient in. The son was helpless he had no other choice but to take his father back to the same hospital. Patient was placed on oxygen support. That evening the patient visited the toilet and the tubes inserted into his lung fell out on its own. Mind you there was no carelessness or yanking. That was the first sign of a mess up by the doctors.

Patient was moved to ICU from the emergency ward. Patient was getting chills and wanted to wear as many clothes as possible. Nurses shouted on the helpless patient like he is a beggar. They did what they wanted. Hospital policy did not allow more than two visits of 20 mins in a day. He died that night or the next morning. He died without seeing his son or wife. He died yearning for their last glimpse. Earlier that day his son tried to kindle the patient’s fighting spirit by telling him about the plans to take him to Ujjain to visit Mahakaleshwar temple. The patient somehow knew that doctors had messed up and could not say anything. Tears rolled down the cheeks of the patient on hearing about Ujjain visit. He knew he is going to die on the same bed.
All this while doctors were telling the patient and the son that the patient is cured and would be discharged in 2 days. Secrecy of the ICU suited their schemes. Doctors are no better than technicians who fool us and make every attempt to hide their incompetence. They should be brought down from their pedestals and treated like very other professional. They are not gods but like to think they are. Though they won’t accept it. Killing is learning for them. They take great measures to give experience to their interns even if it is by playing with lives of patients.

Since allopathy can't cure any chronic diseases, they increasingly depends on surgery to prevent recurrence of symptoms. In the process they deprive the body of its original anatomy, necessary for its sustenance.

here.... in india...
People don't go to Government Hospitals, because they won't treat friendly,and hospital staff beheave rudely.unless people would go to Govt hospital they won't waste many their hardly earned money at private hospital.

Most people doesn't know the difference between relief and cure.

Modern medicine can't be ignored, for a simple reason that it is very effective in emergency situations.... but
It is very... expensive.

Human body is considered as a machine. Specialists for each organs, the vital energy which synchronise and optimize the activities of different organs and systems is ignored. Hence organ transplantation, fitting artificial parts and replacement therapy have become common practice.

Treatments are mainly aimed at suppressions of the diseases to bring quick relief to the patients. Damage caused to the people by such activities are simply ignored.
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