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chronic kidney disease

HiDr, i m new on this forum & this is my 1st post.i'm very upset cause of my younger bro.he is just 23 yrs of age and have kidney problem.drs sugesst dialysis and then kidney transplantation.
He went for 4 dialysis but during the dialysis his BP goes very high and he felt chill and weaknes so he stopped dialysis from past 1 month and now have starts homeo medicins.his last reports are following
urea= 190
creatinine= 16.2
albumin = +++
WBC (3-5)
RBC (20-25)
1st dr were giving him following medicine

berberis 30 (5+5+5+5)
serum anguillae 30 (5+5+5+5)
belladona 30 (5+5+5+5)

and now he is taking following medicine suggested by another dr

c-5 drops (10+10+10)
r-18 drops(10+10+10)
NEFROL drops (20+20+20)
just guide me wich medicnes will be highly suited for his presence condition.he pass 3 or 4 time urine.past 3,4 days he vomits at night or at morning,animic as well.plz help me and guid me abot the best medicine which affect as soon as possible thanks.
  mrsmlk on 2008-12-14
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