8 month old baby with liver hepatoblastomaMy daughter (8 month old girl) has been diagnosed with hepatoblastoma - CT Scan found a large tumor covering a large part of the liver (most right lobe, little part of left, also portal vein affected). Doctors have advised for biopsy and then chemotherapy followed by surgery. The tumor can be felt as a hard bulge on the right side of abdomen now -- it was hardly noticeable till a few weeks back. Doctors suspect that it started at the embryonic stage (to be confirmed by biopsy).
- only comfortable with mother's feed, not outside food
- easily irritated
- multiple stools a day, semi-solid, greenish-yellow, dry-ish
Please advice what medications should we give her. Also, please let me know if more detailed symptoms are needed.
ekshaks on 2017-08-23
The symptoms of your child looks critical when I analysed from my side. But Homeopathy has solution for this. My advice is to approach local homeopath for detailed study and examination. Follow the line of treatment he advises for.
Lot's of prayers for you child's good health.
♡ Nikkie 6 years ago
Would be great if you can suggest someone.
Request experts on the forum to please help.
[Edited by ekshaks on 2017-08-23 21:14:13]
ekshaks 6 years ago
I suggest you write to pbhrfindia.org and see what they suggest.
This is 3 generations of md's using homeopathic protocols for cncr and other severe conditions. They will work with you online and they do free work often if needed.
[Edited by simone717 on 2017-08-23 22:11:33]
♡ simone717 6 years ago
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