carbo veg in elderlyMy elderly father is in hospital and quite ill with a drug reaction. I'd like to give him carbo veg to lift him vitally.
Question what dosage would I give him. I have 30c on hand.
moppett1 on 2009-09-07
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 9 years agoThank you so much.
My 84 year old father was implanted with a male castration chemical in order to reduce the testosterone which was believed to be fueling his prostate cancer. To this day the mass has not been properly biopsied so we do not, in fact, even have a positive dx.
The chemical was implanted in July and will continue to release its drug until mid October. This was done without my knowledge:-)) My mother consented based on rather non-acute side effects.
I am trying to do some damage control after the fact. He has deteriorated at least 70% since the implant:-((
Thank you for your input. It is most appreciated
moppett1 9 years agoMaybe Dr. Deoshlok can guide you better in this regard.
He has a lot of experience.
His e-mail id you will find in the back pages of ABC Forum.
Or post a 'New Topic' inviting his attention.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 9 years agodeoshlok at the rate gmail dot com
I posted his e mail id ....since the matter requires great urgency.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 9 years agoI have just sent an email privately to Dr. Deoshlok.
It is really heartening to find people who care. I am tired of hearing that he is 'past his sell-by date':-((( It's a terrible indictment of a medical system that has become far too commercialized. Shelf live over, chuck the product!
He so wants to live.......
moppett1 9 years ago
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