Polycystic kidney DiseaseHello,
My mother(age 57) suffers from PKD. She is under allopathic treatment for the last 8 years.The reports state the disease as 'Polycystic Kidney and Polycystic Liver'.
I want to know whether I can administer Apis 3x on her? Whether it has got any side effect or not?
I heard that the cysts can effect the brain in long run and that can cause drastic situation like paralysis. How much of this is true? and what is the chance of that happening?
She displays the following symptoms: At times she feels dizziness and vomits profusely and can't digest anything, not even medicine. Her livers are enarged and ultrasonography reports shows presence of cysts in large quantity. Also she feels stiffnes and pain in the pelvic front region and pain in the chest. All the pains are in the right side of the body.
Adiitonally, she has got constipation, and her haemoglobin level hovers around 8. Her present blood createnin 6.8 MG/DL and blood urea 160 MG/DL.
Please help me with suggestions and prescriptions for medicines. I am very tensed about her situation.
Thanks in advance,
abr2004_m on 2009-09-08
This is not true. Paralysis is caused due to Brain and Spinal affections.
There are many remedies for liver hypertrophy like Chelidonium, arsenic alb to name a few. If you see a good homeopath in person he will definitely help you out.
You may ask mother to do breathing exercises very gently.
Please read my posts on the breathing exercises called as Anulom Vilom Pranayam and Kapalbhati Pranayam by following the links given below. Please practise these pranayams regularly as much as possible.
♡ kadwa last decade
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