tubular renal acidosisHi, my name is Mariana.My 14 month daughter, Aitana, has been diagnosed with a condition named 'tubular renal acidosis', which means something as 'a disease that occurs when the kidneys fail to excrete acids into the urine, which causes a person's blood to remain too acidic. Without proper treatment, chronic acidity of the blood leads to growth retardation, kidney stones, bone disease, and progressive renal failure'. She has been taking a citrate solution for 6 months now, and has been much better, growing normally and eating right, but (allopathic) drs say she is going to take the medication for life! I've seen two homeopaths already, but they've never heard of the condition and say that she has to stop taking the medication in order to try some homeopathic remedies, and that would probably mean 6 months of trying and my daughter not eating or growing right. Has anyone heard of this desease?? has homeopathy treated this successfully?? THANKS A LOT
mariana33 on 2007-01-23
Tap that in to a search engine and have a look at the website.
It may help.
ian168 last decade
But if it is helping (how?) I don't think it is a good idea.
There are remedies in homeopathy if kidney's do not function properly (most natably SERUM ANG., and APIS )but prescribing anything without symptoms would be a guessing game.
Astra2012 last decade
Try Cantharis 30 once a day for a week.
And also try the remedy at:
kuldeep last decade
Human9 3 years ago
My son is also diagnosed with the same.Have you got any permanent solution or.treatment for this.
How is your child doing?
I know.it is a very old post.
Any information will be very useful
[Edited by Shaiji on 2020-09-13 15:05:54]
Shaiji last week
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