Chronic kidney failure and started on Peritoneal dialysisMy father, aged 52yrs,has been a diabetic since the past 20yrs, and also has high blood pressure since 5-6yrs. He also has hypothyroid, high cholesterol, blockages in the heart, and has also undergone retinopathy several times..
He has been told to have kidney failure ESRD (CRF-Stage V). He has been put on dialysis (Peritoneal Dialysis) since the past 2 months. His quantity of urine output per day is ~1100ml/day.
I have read a lot about how effective homeopathic medicines are for traeting people on dilaysis.
Is there a way to revive kidney function, in homeopathy??We want to get rid of dialysis & want do not want him to undergo kidney transplant. Can homeopathy do this miracle for us??
Please help...We are too distraught since the past 2 months, when we got to know of his kidney failure...
ritug on 2008-02-19
It is advisable for you to please strictly follow your
pysicians where he is going under treatment and do not take rist. Maricle can occur if Almighty Allah wish. For this pray to him and hope so but do not wait for immediately for homoeopathy in this critrical condition.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
But since I have heard a lot about homeopathy being very very effective for patients with kidney failure, so we were expecting that if gradually, in the long-run, can homeopathy help to gradually recover his kidney function. We would continue the present treatment, and gradually would want to taper it down, with results of homeopathy.
Please advise. Do I need to furnish more details? If yes, what more details are required?
ritug last decade
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