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CKD with creatinine 7.9

Hi,
My father, aged 67 years is diabetic since 10 years and is sufferring from CKD since the last 3 years. We came to know about the problem when the S.Creatinine level was around 3 but it gradually kept increased and is now at 7.9.

It increased from 6 to 7.9 within the last 2 months and we want to avoid dialysis. He does not seem to have any regular symptoms such as nausea, breathing problem, etc. but his legs are a little swollen.

Can you suggest any homeopathic medicines which can bring down the S.creatinine level? Thank you so much for your help!!

-Karthik
 
  karthik_eb on 2016-12-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
day 1 to day 3
Lycopodium 30 twice a day.

One dose means 2 pills.

day 4 to day 15
5 drops each of the following mother tinctures twice a day.
Solidago Q Apocynum Q
 
kadwa 5 years ago
In addition ; see a nutrientionist who can recomend a diet. This is to keep Urea and createnine in control. Take at least one onion after boiling in your food and avoid black pepper . This is for the edema.

The homoepathy medicine will also help , the ones recomended by Dr/Mr Kadwa
[message edited by Drquest on Sat, 11 Feb 2017 18:47:02 UTC]
 
Drquest 4 years ago
Have you tried punarnava and gokhru. Both pretty good for kidney disorders.
 
Teupne 4 years ago
Though gokhru decreases creatinine it increases potassium too. How to solve this problem?
 
moly 3 years ago

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