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mom 59, ckd patient - bun 71, creatinine 1.41

My 59 year old mom has been suffering from CKD since mid 2012. She had tuberculosis in 1996 and some of it was left untreated which resulted as fibrosis. The left lung was completely damaged. The heart and kidneys were affected too. Doctor says this CKD is a primary to secondary disease. We tried Spiromide when she used to have swelling and water retention in early 2013 and then took her to the hospital. They gave her Lasix and some other medications too. Unfortunately her creatinine was rising to 1.6 at that time due to the medicines and she became mentally confused and also dehydrated. We started herbal alternative in mid 2013 and gave a her a very limited diet which resulted in her being very weak like a bag of bones. Shes in a wheelchair now. Then in early 2014 we started homeopathic treatment. The homeopathic medicines completely eliminated the water retention and the swelling from her legs and beneath eyes. They also resulted in fluctuating creatinine and urea values. Creatinine was for the most part controlled between 1.6 (rarley) to 1.5(commonly) and 1.41 (Current value - new low since started homeopathic) But the problem is BUN currently at 71.04 which means Urea is 152 using Urea [mg/dL]= BUN [mg/dL] x 2.14. She is also a diabetic. In previous reports of the heart, Triglycerides have been very high.

She mostly talks normally with short breaths. But today I talked to her on the phone and my heart broke because she said in a very tired voice and running out of breath that 'I don't think I'm going to get any better. I dont think Im getting better' It was the sudden end of my world. I don't know what else to include here. I cannot type any further as the tears in my eyes have blurred my vision. If you need any mroe calrificaiton or details, please let me know. I have all test values since 2012 documented along with diets and everything else.
 
  streambuffer on 2014-09-20
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19. Do you think you are able to satisfy your sexual desires in general?

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