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My wife is a moderate coffee drinker (2-3 cups). She is suffering from initial stages of calcific tendonitis. She is around 165 lb and 5'4 in height. Also, her vitamin D count is very low.

She is trying all means to bring down her weight by at least 20-25lb.

As a part of the effort, she started drinking extra water. But strangely, she is not able to let out any of the the extra water at all, unless she drinks a cup of coffee. As a result, her weight only increases when she drinks extra water.

She wants to move away from coffee. Can you please advise what medication she needs to take?

Also, if there is any medication that can bring down her weight, please advise.

Also, if there is any homeopathy regimen that can cure her calcific tendonitis, please advise.

Immense thanks to all of you.

  nsdev on 2013-01-30
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Coffee is strong diuretic. She is sensitive to coffee removal means circulatory system is not able to manage without coffee. Coffee should be removed very slowly, may be over month or two months duration for body (Circulatory system, Heart, Kidney) to adjust. Coffee, Coke, Beer, Water Melon, etc. are strong diuretic - whether taken for this purpose or not.

Alternatively some herbal diuretic like Dendelion can be used to help coffee removal.

For calcific tendonitis, she should start with Colchicum low potency such as 6x or 6c. Three times a day for two weeks.
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