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Hair loss and Kidney Stone

Dear Sir

I am facing problem of Stone in Kidney.I am suffering it from year 2000 but still no relief.I started homeopathic treatment in 2000.
My doctor advice me to take BERBERIC VULGARIS for one month and LYCOPODIUM 1M single dose.
I am a tall thin person nature is shy,thirt for Sweet foods and one thing which i noticed it that nowadays a fearfactor is there in my mind to face Exams/Interview.
I am also facing problem of Hair loss which started at the same time as of Kidney problem.Also after this kidney problem i am facing sexual weakness till that date there is no dreaming in night.Even my sleeping order is distureb very much.

My doctor gave my Lycopodium 1m just a single dose.
It gives me very relief from kidney problem and others symptoms.
Can you adviced me how much doses should be take in which manner to Treat Hair loss and in Case of Kidney problem.
  deepakbanga on 2007-03-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Your doctor is giving you very good treatment go on continue tell them to your doctor to add one new medicine i.e. Calc renalis 30c for rapid recovery from kidney stone.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Agreed with Dr Sharma

Dr. Mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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