In the bustling city of Hyderabad, a man named Parvez, who was an Indian Muslim migrant from the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh, lived a life defined by hard work and simplicity. He moved to Hyderabad in his early twenties in search of better opportunities and had since then established a small but flourishing business of ethnic clothing.
As a young man, Parvez was incredibly healthy and robust, his energy seemed boundless. However, as he reached his forties, he began experiencing a series of health problems. His symptoms began subtly at first – bouts of neuralgic pain that would come and go unexpectedly. These pains were often stitching and shooting in nature, particularly in his chest. He shrugged these off as a result of his laborious lifestyle, but these symptoms persisted and seemed to worsen with the city’s damp weather and frequent atmospheric changes.
By the time Parvez was in his early fifties, the pains became unbearable. He started suffering from intercostal rheumatism and pleurodynia. The chest walls felt sore and bruised, worsened by touch, motion, and turning his body. His discomfort and pain grew so severe that it began affecting his work, which was his life’s primary passion.
Things took a turn for the worse when he developed herpes zoster. The condition was characterized by dark-bluish transparent vesicles that were both painful and unsightly. The herpes was preceded and followed by the same kind of neuralgic pain he had been experiencing, leaving him feeling helpless and fatigued.
As if these health issues weren’t enough, Parvez started suffering from hay fever, which caused his eyes and nose to burn, and his nostrils became dry and obstructed, especially in the evenings. His health began to deteriorate drastically, and his once vibrant personality seemed to fade away with his deteriorating health.
It was then that one of his old friends suggested he visit renowned homeopathic doctor, Dr. Anil Singhal MD in Gurugram. Parvez, desperate for a solution and a way to reclaim his life, decided to make the journey.
Dr. Singhal carefully observed his symptoms, taking note of every minute detail. He recognized the pattern of his symptoms and diagnosed Parvez with a unique combination of ailments. He prescribed him the homeopathic remedy, Ranunculus Bulbosus. He patiently explained the nature of his ailment and how this remedy would help him.
Within a few weeks of beginning the treatment, Parvez started seeing improvements. The neuralgic pain began to diminish, and the discomfort in his chest started to alleviate. His herpes started to heal, and his hay fever symptoms decreased. After a few months of continuous treatment, Parvez felt like a new man. His vitality returned, and he was able to return to his work, something that brought him immense joy.
Parvez, having regained his health and vitality, made it a point to visit Dr. Anil Singhal in Gurugram once a year, not only for check-ups but to express his deep gratitude. On one of his visits, he brought along a traditional handloom kurta from Hyderabad as a token of his appreciation. He thanked the doctor profusely, his eyes welling up with tears of gratitude. “Dr. Singhal, you have given me a second life,” Parvez said, his voice choked with emotion.
His family, especially his wife and children, who were living in Bangladesh, were immensely grateful to Dr. Singhal. They had seen Parvez suffer and had feared the worst. Seeing him healthy and active again was a relief beyond measure. They made sure to accompany Parvez on one of his visits to India. His wife, Ayesha, brought along traditional sweets from Chittagong and thanked Dr. Singhal. “You’ve returned a husband to his wife and a father to his children. We will forever be indebted to you, Doctor,” she said, her voice filled with emotion.
Parvez’s friends, who had supported him throughout his illness, were equally thankful. They saw the transformation in Parvez’s health, which brought back the lively, jovial man they knew. His close friend Riaz, who was the one who suggested Dr. Singhal, felt particularly grateful. “Dr. Singhal, your work is truly a blessing for people like us. I don’t know where Parvez would be without your timely intervention,” Riaz said on one occasion when he accompanied Parvez to Gurugram.
Parvez’s story spread across his community in Hyderabad, and many people who had lost hope in their health conditions started seeking Dr. Singhal’s expertise. Each successful treatment not only increased the respect and gratitude towards Dr. Singhal but also spread the hope of recovery. Dr. Anil Singhal, in his humble and dedicated service, had truly made a remarkable impact on countless lives, not just Parvez’s. He was not just a doctor but a beacon of hope for those suffering, a testament to the power of perseverance, expertise, and the healing touch of genuine care.
Source: Clarke’s Pentachords.