Dr. Ammad Hassan, Dr Memmona Rashid, Muhammad Sohaib Naeem
Aim: The intensity of racing is the main reason for pediatric morbidity and mortality around the world. Oral rehydration therapy can prevent the disappearance of the lack of hydration, but it does not reduce the duration of the scenes. In certain parts of the world, homeopathic medicine for extreme racing is used. This examination was undertaken to assess if homeopathy is effective in the treatment of intense adolescents. Methods: A randomized double preliminary clinical deficiency of vision which contrasts homeopathic treatment with false treatment for extreme youth was performed in March 2019 to February 2020 in Jinnah Hospital, Lahore. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. The review was carried out by 84 young people aged 1.5 to 5 years. For every young person an individualized homeopathic medication has been accepted and the regular production was done for five days. Normal treatment was also provided with oral rehydration therapy. Results. The bunch in therapy had a measurable drop in loose bowels (P < 06), defined as the number in days before every day over two consecutive days there were fewer than three unformed sauces. In comparison, there was a surprising disparity (P < 0.06) between the two settings every day after 72 hours of care in the volume of stool. Conclusion: The measurably notable reduction of the length of loose bowels in the bunch of treatment recommends that homeopathic treatment of severe youthful loose bowels is useful. Further study on this treatment is worth exploring. Keywords: Acute Diarrhea Children Homeopathic Medicine.