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cChronic renal failure and high blood pressure

my age= 36 years/ male
High blood pressure from a long time (many years) resulting in sometime headache.
In 2007 july cannot digest anything. when went to hospital doctors said that blood pressure was 240 and pulse was also very high. after all the tests Doctors said that it is chronic Renal Failure in third to fourth stage. Started doing yoga after that. But Blood pressure doesnot go down and also kreatinin and uric acid. Now my BP is in morning 130, in afternoon 150 and at night 180.
I have taken homeopathy medicine Apocynum,Hydrangea and two more for 2 months but no good results.
I am a pure vegeterian. Please tell me what should I eat in my daily routine. . I am taking allopathy medicine regularly.
Please tell me medicine which can cure my kidneys and high BP.

  jaspreet9750 on 2010-02-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You need to go for a proper homeopathic case study. I am prety sure, a lot of doc's here would be able to help you . Always remember, homeopaths fail, homeopathy seldom.
wakeupsid2010 last decade
*Whether there was any fluid retention (swelling) in the body when you took apocynum?
*Whether the fluid retention was cleared after taking apocynum?
*What is your serum creatinine?
*Have you taken any ayurvedic medication for your problems or you have just done yoga?
kadwa last decade
No there was no swelling in body and i have not taken any ayurvedic medicine
jaspreet9750 last decade
and creatine is 2.1
jaspreet9750 last decade
Please go through the following remedy...

Eel Serum

the serum of the eel seems better adapted to cases of hypertension and oliguria, without œdema.

So in my opinion it should work for you. You may take Eel Serum in low potencies like 6x or 3x thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for 10 days and see how it affects. You may also take it in 6c potency, if you couldn't get 6x or 3x.

by William BOERICKE, M.D.
Presented by Médi-T

Eel Serum

The serum of the eel has a toxic action on the blood, rapidly destroying its globules. The presence of albumin and renal elements in the urine, the hemoglobinuria, the prolonged anuria (24 and 26 hours), together with the results of the autopsy, plainly demonstrate its elective action on the kidneys. Secondarily, the liver and the heart are affected, and the alterations observed are those usually present in infectious diseases.

From all these facts it is easy to infer, a priori, the therapeutical indications of the serum of the eel. Whenever the kidney becomes acutely affected, either from cold or infection or intoxication, and the attack is characterized by oliguria, anuria and albuminuria, we will find the eel's serum eminently efficacious to re-establish diuresis, and in rapidly arresting albuminuria. When during the course of heart-disease, the kidney, previously working well, should suddenly become affected and its function inhibited; and when besides we observe cardiac irregularities and a marked state of asystolia, we may yet expect good results from this serum. But to determine here the choice of this remedy is not an easy matter. While digitalis presents in its indications, the well-known symptomatic trilogy: arterial hypertension oliguria and œdema; the serum of the eel seems better adapted to cases of hypertension and oliguria, without œdema. We should bear in mind that the elective action of the eel's serum is on the kidney, and I believe we can well assert that if digitalis is a cardiac, the eel's serum is a renal remedy. So far, at least, the clinical observations published seem to confirm this distinction. The serum of the eel has given very small results in attacks of asystolia; but it has been very efficacious in cardiac uræmia. There, where digitalis is powerless, the serum of the eel has put an end to the renal obstruction and produced an abundant diuresis. But its really specific indication seems to be for acute nephritis a frigori (Jousset)

Subacute nephritis. Heart diseases, in cases of failure of compensation and impending asytole. The experiments of Dr. Jousset have amply demonstrated the rapid hæmaturia, albuminuria and oliguria caused by it. In the presence of acute nephritis with threatening uræmia we should always think of this serum. Very efficacious in functional heart diseases. Mitral insufficiency, asystolia with or without œdema, dyspnœa and difficult urinary secretion.

Relationship.--Great analogy exists between eel serum and the venom of the Vipera.

Compare also: Pelias; Lachesis.
kadwa last decade

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