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Brain surgery

Hi everyone,
Can anyone advise me, I want to help my friend with some homeopathy, to go along side his medication for anti inflamotry anti seizure, pain killing .
We will not stop the meds prescribed by the doctors,we are looking to complement his meds. So, please no advise to go against his mothers and doctors wishes.
He is a 44yr old with nf2 . He develops multiple on his spine and brain. Begnin they just cause dangerous blockage .
He has had a lot of luck of the years with ops removing tumours. This last op not so. Two months ago now.
He is left able to utter only a few worlds, unable to walk or sit up.
I'm thinking he needs an aid to healing . His body has been through enormous trauma and is in shock.
So something to help heal and calm the trauma.
He is still in there,but it's like he has to wade through a thick soup too communicate, so maybe something to help him communicate or clear the fog.
I donn't know.
Advice, any is very helpful . Hi mum , his main career is a little skeptical but desperate to help her son. So will try . I have had great success with homeopathy so I hope we can find something to help him a little.
Many thanks for your time.
  Phoenixflower on 2015-09-18
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pls submit his all mri / ct scan report if have...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok 8 years ago
Unfortunately,I don't have Thant information.
Phoenixflower 8 years ago

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