Zyst in the brainMy father has been previously admitted to a hospital. He lives in Austria, Europe. Being 72 years old, he had his first seizure that was due to a zyst in the brain. Since he had previously diagnosed with dementia (he constantly fell over to one side and had memory losses) and also wanted to leave the hospital constantly, saying that he was not really sick, the doctors tied him up to the bed and medicated him severely.
He also suffers from incontinence, type II diabetes (he does not follow his dietary instructions), high blood pressure. He is a smoker. His skin is very dry.
According to intelligence test they did on him, he did surprisingly well, though his blood vessels are very deteriorated (probably due to his negligence of his blood sugar problems.) His brain mass is shrinking, yet there is no diagnosis of alzheimers.
The doctors said there was nothing they could do about the zyst. I'm not sure if he will get ALL better, but isn't there SOMETHING that could at least shrink the zyst or slow down the dementia, something homeopathic?
Simone on 2003-10-22
Simone last decade
your father has to be treated constitutionally by a specialized homeopath because he has a lot of problems. I advice you to see one, but meanwhile check this site: [spam url removed]
here you will find a lot of information about illnesses and the homeopathic remedies.
good luck,all the best
gabituca last decade
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