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cad with unstable angina (heart desease)

Hi All,

My father (Age 75) who was feeling pain in chest from past few days has found with 'CAD WITH UNSTABLE ANGINA'. Dr has said he will place a ring into his heart valve or artery to cure this problem.
I just need to know how severe this problem is ?
Can he take homeopathy Medicine to recover from this ?
Or else he should go for surgery ASAP as possible.

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  shaizdin on 2014-08-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

You asked me to look at this.

Yes, this is an urgent problem and he needs to get the stent to keep things unblocked.

Homeopathy can help with this long term and treatment would be long term.

He will need to adjust habits of food and exercise and manage stress in his life.

It would be best if he saw a homeopath in your area- is he willing to do this?

And he could be taking something now, and something for pre and post op -see your other thread.

after the surgery he can get set up with a protocol for remedies and diet.
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 26 Aug 2014 20:11:30 BST]
simone717 8 years ago
Homeopath at my area really makes the hole in the pocket. there is only one very famous homeopath at my city but i do not think from my point of view to go there because now a days he is just ripping of money.
i just need to know how critical this disease is if he takes homeo medicine for a month can he survive ? or he better go for surgery ? is this life threatening.
i read about joepathy arnica and nat phos about this just now. can it be given ?
shaizdin 8 years ago
This is life threatening. Do it now.

Arnica can take a month to get up to
speed- there are other remedies also,
but it is not a quick fix.
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 26 Aug 2014 21:23:55 BST]
simone717 8 years ago
Read your this message after reading the other one in different post ok i vil get the surgery done
shaizdin 8 years ago
Hi Simone,

Please find below Reply of Maheeru on my Email.

I have seen this mail a bit late as i'm busy. I will require his symptoms---how he feels with angina and cad ----you know the symptom profile covering more than 5 major aspects to suggest him some appropriate remedy. But as i'm busy i'm not sure i'm available for regular monitoring.

At this point i can only suggest crategus medicine in mother tincture 10 drops in 50 ml of water two to three times a day as a preventative for heart attack and strengthen heart.

If you are letting him get operated, then he needs to take arnica 200c in the previous night of operation one dose and another dose two and half hours before operation. Immediately after surgery, he needs to take arnica and hypericum in 200c three to four times for the first four days after surgery.
shaizdin 8 years ago

So it is- as of now and continue daily-Crategeus Oxy Q ( mother tincture)
10 drops in 50ml of water - 3 times a day- every day till he gets his
case taken. Keep gaps between this and other meds- an hour at least.

Operation meds

Arnica 200c- night before
Arnica 200c 2 1/2 hours before
Arnica 200c after the operation
Hypericum 200c after the operation

---Next 4 days---

Arnica 200c
Hypericum 200c ( gap between a couple hours)

Take once a day for 4 days.


After this he needs his case taken by a senior homeopath to
keep him in wellness.
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 31 Aug 2014 15:31:16 BST]
simone717 8 years ago

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