CKD Chronic Kidney DiseaseHello
I am a 29 year old male who was diagnosed with CDK on thw 10th October 2008.I am cureently on dialysis x3 per week for hrs each session
My Blood pressure was 227/130,I am on blood pressure tablets that have taken my BP to 122/82.
Those BP tablets were DOXAZOCIN/METRPROLOL/NIFEDIPINE and RAMIPRIL. I have stopped Ramipril/Doxazocin due to side affects.
My CREATININE levels were at 2000 which are now down to 200 appox.
I do not have the rest of my results to hand untill tuesday(when i shall post the rest)
I need help in switching over to homeopathic medicine for my BLOOD PRESSURE and KIDNEYS....So i need types of medicines and dosages for both
I have read alot about EEL SERUM...but i really need to know the type of dosesages I should be taking!If tablets or liquid etc is more affective!
If you take note Ramipril should not be taken IF you have CKD and have dialysis!I asked 3 NHS doctors about this and my replys were 'all BP tablets say that' and 'the prescribeing Doctors says they are fine'!I find this pretty weird as it is plasterd all over the net that DO NOT TAKE IF ON DIALYSIS OR HAVE CKD...So i stopped taken them myself and that is when my BP went down to normal :)
anyway as i said i need a homeopathic alternative to rescue my kidneys which are working 10% only!
What are my chance!
Thanks you all for your help in advance
Jay Cross on 2008-12-21
I did not have any side affects associated with CKD Only high blood pressure and blurred vision in my right eye.
I was told that high blood pressure could cause kidney failure and/or kidney failure could cause high bloodpressure but the Doctor was not sure which came first!
Jay Cross last decade
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