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2 year old with Ulcerative colitis - currently on steroids

My 2 year old was diagnozed with UC last month thru a colonoscopy. He was in hospital for 3 weeks. Now he is on steroids - prednisone and hydrocortisone enemas. we are weaning him off steroids but still see some blood in stools. we want to try homeopathy also. Any advice.

  roni195 on 2006-01-09
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side by side along with cortigen you start homoeopathy also and start gradually reduce the steroids - prednisone and hydrocortisone . please followup the following prescription.
sulpher 200 daily one dose moring , Merc sol 30 4hrly daiy 3 to 4 doses, continue for long period and inform me time to time . I will cure your child
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
hi there im just wondering were in the world you live cause im in the uk and my son attends yorkhill hospital and is the youngest there with ulcerative colitis he wsa 2 when he was diagnosed and i first thought it was cancer aswell and since then hes had his bowel removed a couple of months ago as they couldnt get it under control and im just wondering how your sons getting on my son is now 4
lyndseysummers2 last decade

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