A covid case

Diabetic patient with COVID came with sore throat, pain on swallowing and dry cough from a chocked throat. Had taken 2 days of antibiotics with little response, left hand pain was there..

Tests showed high hsCRP at 18, WBC counts, LDH, LFT and D dimer were normal.

Gave her antiviral combo, phytolacca and hepar sul 1m and imusil. She had no thirst changes and hence bryonia was ruled out. The next day the throat pain was much better and she could eat and drink with ease, however the nose and eyes started to water, the watering made her throat feel better. Gave her lachesis, post the first dose itself the nose watering and eye discharges stopped. The left hand pain also subsequently went.