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I am a Male, age 56 years. Diabetic insipidous patient. Left beginning paralytic form. No vertigo but at times excessive weakness. Using Causticum/Lactic Acid for paralytic form & pain in small joints and other alopathic medicine for sugar. Some relief towards paralytic form with Causticum. Skin of hands shriveled may be due to kidney problem. Some times pain in right kidney. Pain in calves of legs, mostly at night. Suggest remedy. Mazhar
  yas111222 on 2007-09-13
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In my first Report, I have erroneously written insipidous diabetic. Actually I am suffering from Acidous diabetic. It seems kidney most affected at the moment. It takes long time to urinate, which comes intermittently, intially short spell and then with long spell. There is great emaciation & whole body is emaciating. Pain mostly on left leg calf. Salam to all. Mazhar.
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