kidney stoneMy husband has a kidney stone and has back pain, left side in the kidney area.
He went to the hospital on Sunday and CT scan showed a 4 mm stone, which the doctor said would soon pass.
Two days later, he is still in pain and stone has not passed. He has been checking his urine.
Just in the last hour he has developed a fever and is very cold. He is totally wrapped up in a blanket from head to toe and is wearing sweatpants, a T shirt and socks because his feet are cold. He is very cold and can't bear a draft.
He is not a great believer in homeopathy but I'm trying to avoid another hospital Emergency Room visit.
He is not thirsty, wants the light off, wants to be wrapped up in blanket, and says the pain is pulsing.
Would that be throbbing? Should I give Belladonna?
I'd be grateful for any help.
He isn't likely to be very cooperative with more information, however.
ruth45 on 2013-03-26
1. Calc Carb-200 6 pills twice a day
2. Silica-200 6 pills twice a day
Pl keep 30-40 minutes gap between 1 and 2
Pl give this treatment for one week and then give me feedback
shouse_nsk 9 years ago
I had given him one dose of Belladonna 200c because of the high fever and red face and the fever came down and he was more comfortable.
Anyway, the stone passed hours later and it was painful and his urine was bloody so I gave him a dose of Arnica 30c because I thought it might help.
I will keep your suggestion in mind should the problem recur.
ruth45 9 years ago
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