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Bilateral Inguinal Hernia

Hello Dr,

I'm 65 yr/Male. Last week I got swelling with pain in Right Side of lower abdomen & consulted Dr. He took whole abdomen ultrasound scan and said that I've got Bilateral Inguinal Hernia and advised me to opt for surgery at the earliest. Scan report says that I've fatty liver - grade 1, Left Renal Calculi, shrunken left kidney.

Dr said that right side of abdomen is operated first & left side later.

I've I.L.D since 2012 & have cough at least 25 times daily.

I don't smoke/drink. I walk for 40 minutes daily n weigh 70 kg. Ht: 6 ft.

Pls suggest some medicines during post surgery.

Thanks a lot.
 
  rchandra on 2016-08-23
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Ferrum phos 6x,five pills, four times a day for seven days, prior to surgery in order to prevent infection and hemorrhaging.

Gelsemium 200 for great anxiety, apprehension, weakness, and trembling prior to surgery.Five pills ones in three days -Start 15 days before surgery.

Aconitum 200 is indicated when the person is terrified about surgery and thinks that he will die from it.

Arnica 200 the night before surgery, another dose the morning of the surgery.


After surgery Arnica 1M,5 pills for three days,along with Staphysagria 30, 5 pills three times a day,to be continued for 10 days
 
anuj srivastava 3 years ago

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