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stomach ulcer , kidney stones, tumer

My mom is suffering from the stomch ulcer, kidney stone and (Rasooli i don't know the name in english may be it is called tumer) she has used homeopathic treatment from a Local homeopathic doctor for her stomch problem for the last 15 years but no permanent cure.
The Homeopathic doctor has good understanding but when i talk to him about her he told me he suggested every thing according to his knowledge but nothing worked he told me that she may have physchlogical problem. in short he commited that he is unable to treat her.

A month ago when her problem get worsed we decided to have enoscopy of her and it was confirmed that she has stomch ulcer. She has also Kindney stone as well.

A Few days ago she has itching on finger of leg and hands but after allopatic treatment she is better now.

She is now avoiding all food having spices and chilles etc
Only boiled with Salt.

Today early in the morning she has vomiting on empty stomch.

She is also suffering from weakness of back muscles.

When you press her body and shoulder and hands she start burping.

Kindly suggest some best remedy
  kashifjan on 2010-04-26
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On which side of the body are these problems?
Parakletos. last decade

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