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grandparents... with glaucoma and heart problems

Hello dear forum people!

My dearest grandma was diagnosed with glaukoma - and because she did not paid attention to deterioration in her eyesight she almost lost her eyesight:((((((((((((((
She is usually fit and well. But there are two problems that she was suffering almost all her life. It's hemmoroids and varicose veins.

I am going to see her soon and I trying to find a remedy for her eyes.

Does it exists?

Also for my granddad - who has suffered three heart strokes and on hign blood tension medication I was thinking to give Arnica 6c once a day?

I would really appreaciate any help! Thank yoU!
  nettle on 2010-03-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
also wanted to add.

My granny suffered from constipation - then it developed into hemorroids.

I have given her Phyllium Husks which helped with her regularity. but her veins are not good. Thank you!
nettle last decade
You may consider calc flourica 6x thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for your grandma. This should help her haemorrhoids and varicose veins.
Much more information is needed to suggest a homeo remedy.
kadwa last decade
Thank you Kadwa!

Yes, I understand that more info needed. But what kind?

Will this remedies help her eyes too? This is her (and mine) main concern at the moment...
nettle last decade
You have Rishi's Questionnaire with you. So that is the information we need. Past data in respect of menses etc (it is irrelevant for her age now but past data may give some pointers) may be significant in arriving at the remedy.
kadwa last decade

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