ulcerative colitisDear Dr.,
My wife, age 57, have been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis after Colonoscopy in Dec2009, as she was passing mucous /& blood, even while urinating. However she neither had nor have any abdomen pain or dysentery. At that point she was prescribed Mesacol 800 thrice a day. And also a probiotic VSL#3, once a day, which she took for almost 6 months. Having realized that the medicine is not curing the disease as mucous was seen, when for some reason, she stopped the medicine. Having got a reference, she switched over to Homeopathy & the homeopath doctor prescribed medicines, the name of which was not revealed to us. The medicines seemed to have worked for one month, but for last 15 days I am passing blood & blood clots ( which may be mucous she is not sure)while passing stool as well as urinating ( almost about 7to 8 times a day).
The quantity is more at midnight (while urinating) & early morning (while passing the first stool)
She is also taking some medication for her hypertension-Losartan 25 once a day. With the increase in blood/mucous, she has decided to give up the homeopathy medicines prescribed by the aforesaid homeopath, & revert back to allopathic. She needs help to cure the ailment.
shaktikroy on 2010-08-15
Homeopathy is :
You should post more details about your wife and a good classical homeopath prescribing on above principles will definitely get back to you with a right remedy.
SheetalJain last decade
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