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Kidneys failure

Dear All
I have posted my case here many timese but none of remedy helped me.Please check my case history at


Now situation is so critical. Please see if anyone can help me
30 days ago.I checked my blood for creatinine and urea. Creatinine was 12.4 and urea was 178. Which shows my kidneys have almost stopped working. My nephrologist stopped alopathic treatment. on Jan 3 creatinine level was 9.3 and urea was 124. and after 3 days creatinine level was 6.4 and urea was 92 but today creatinie has increased again ie 9.4 and urea 128. Now nephrologist is suggesting me to go for dialysis. Is there any way to avoid dialysis and bring down creatinine level. My hb level is 6 which is half of normal level.
  sal160us on 2011-01-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It's been about 4 months since your last comment. What medicines have you been using in that time?
Homeopathy International 1 last decade
I used Nat mur 1M, couple of doses with an interval of atleast 15 days and couple of doses of apis mel 200 til september 2010. MY BP was high so I was using alopathic medicines to control it as well such as linsopril, amplodipine. it happened all of sudden.
sal160us last decade
Do you think Lyco will help to retain kidneys's function. Please suggest me something to lower creatinine level.
sal160us last decade

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