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chronic renal failure

i am a dialysis dependent patient for last 2 years my urine out put has reduced up 10 ml per day what medicens should i use ? i am advised to use solidago ,Eel serum and berberis should i use these drugs and in which quantity should i use then and plz advise me something to increase urine output.
  mansoor1 on 2008-11-04
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These are used in tincture or low potency but it is too late.Anyway,you may try them if you like.Solidago tincture 10 drops in a little water thrice daily and Eel serum 6c,5 drops in a little water thrice daily.
sajjadakram635 last decade
vesicaria-Q is another remarkable remedy in cases where dialysis is going on.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
If the renal failure is drug induced, then I have successfully treated a patient at Mount Abu two years ago with the following remedies..

Berberis Vulg. Q 20 drops with little water every one hour daily.
Equisetum Q 20 drops with little water every one hour daily.

Cantharis 200 20 drops with little water three times daily.

Interval between two successive remedies should be at least 5 to 10 minutes.
Please continue this remedy along with Eel serum at least for two months. And the urine output will definitely increase to some satisfactory level. You may as well continue dialysis also.
As some one rightly said, it is too late and an advance stage.. but still this will bring a great comfort to patient.
maheshkamdar last decade

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