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Nephrotic Syndrome


I am seeking help from a professional homeopath please.

I have recently suffered a relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome. It started 4 months ago but the swelling has detoriated over the last week and my protein level has increased to +++ and been like this for couple of weeks.

I have been taking Kali Carb 30c 4 pills 3 times a day for 2 weeks now. This was the medicine a homeopath prescribed to me about 4 years ago when I last had my relapse but the potency was 210c.

I have changed my diet where I have significantly cut out all meat and salt from my diet and I have been doing this for 2 weeks now. I have stopped drinking fizzy drinks for about 5 months now as well. I don't drink hardly any water because I just swell up. I only drink a little water per day.

Over the last 2 weeks, I only consumed chicken twice and each time, I have woken up with more swelling on the knees.

I am not taking steroids and I do not want to.

Any advice please?

Kind Regards,
  mp3909 on 2015-06-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

Thank you for your reply.

I am willing to seek your advice.

Kind Regards,
mp3909 7 years ago

I have emailed you.

Thank you.
mp3909 7 years ago

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