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Kidney Stone during Pregnancy

Hello Doctor,
My wife got diagnosed with a 4 mm stone in her left kidney 1 month back.She has no pain and the kidney got diagnosed during a Xray for some other reason. Our family Doc (in India) prescribed (over phone)
1. Lycopodium - 30 2 drops twice daily before lunch and dinner
2. Berberis Vulgaris Potency 6 2 drops after meal thrice daily

We live in Hongkong and here Homeopathy is very costly and our medical card is not supported. So I bought these medicines over the counter and my wife has started taking these medicines just 2 weeks.
But just a few days back we came to know that she is pregnant. Can she continue these medicines during her pregnancy as well ? Or she has to stop ? What impact the stone might have on her pregnancy if left untreated during pregnancy ? As already mentioned she has no pain but I am also a patient of kidney stone and I had to go to hospital emergency last year. So I am really scared of the situation being kidney stone + pregnancy !

Appreciate your response.

Thanks,
Raja
 
  rajabubun on 2014-12-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
no homeopathy cannot be prescribed without studying this type of typical case,

yes kidney stone during pregnancy can be dangerous due to hormonal changes and x rays during this can harm your baby.

my advice is that it is better to continue with any good allopathic doctor there, so that regular guidance is available.

thanks
 
homeo.mzp 5 years ago

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