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Fever after the surgery

Two months ago , left leg of my father got broken.
It was fixed by placing the metalic rods inside the body

Now my father is getting fever everyday in the evening

the leg which has broken , was once inflicted with the bone T.B , which was cured with the help of the injection of pencilline

blood test shows high ESR rating

i wonder can the fever relate to the old disease or it is just the simple post operation fever

presence of the metalic rod in the body cause me to avoid the giving of any homoeopathic remedy (as silicia is reported to cause the reaction of the body against the foreign object )

Can some one thinks of some remedy which can help this problem
as the fever is persistently coming for two month
  malik_123 on 2008-08-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
try weekly one dose of tuberculinum 200 of 2 drops..

continue for a month and report me..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
ok i will give him and will report u after a month
but he is very weak , will it be ok to give him the medicine
in this condition
malik_123 last decade
Hi Malik

Don't give deep acting medicines. Give him three doses of Ferrum.phos 6X every day for a week and report back.

gavinimurthy last decade
i gave my father
ruta + arnica + symphytum+ Calc phos all in 30
it helped him a lot and he did not got the fever any more and also he feels that his bone fracture is healing speedily
thanks for the help
malik_123 last decade

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