remedy for fatty liverPlease help me to cure my husband's fatty liver.
He is 27 yrs old and has a calculus(5 mm) in left kidney and fatty liver.According to his liver profile report his SGOT is 43.22 and SGPT is 58.45.
nidhisethi on 2009-08-03
and post all the questions here duly answered. On that basis your remedy may be worked out.
But you may give the following broadband remedies to your husband, these are the specific remedies for the problems he is facing.
Please give him 5 drops each of the following remedies thrice a day.
Berberis Vulgaris Q (mother tincture)
Chelidonium Q (mother tincture)
Please give these remedies regularly for atleast a month.
♡ kadwa last decade
*He has a fatty liver.
according to Ultrasound report his Liver is prominent in its size,16cms. it is showing increased echogenicity. No discrete SOL seen in it. IHBR's normal.
According to his liver profile report his SGOT is 43.22 and SGPT is 58.45.
and LT kidney is showing a calculus measuring 5mm in its middle calyx.
*He also has a few 2-3 moles on his body.
He is a teacher by profession and has a small business also.
He don't take his meals properly in time.
he generally drink 10-15 glasses of water everyday.
he has a normal to less hunger.
He sweats more through out the body.
stool type is normal.
his height is 5ft 7 inch.
his body weight is about 70Kilograms.
nidhisethi last decade
Please follow homeo restrictions like no raw onion/garlic, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine. Drops of medicine should be added to some 30 ml water and sipped slowly.
♡ kadwa last decade
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