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7mm kidney stone stuck in ureter

Can someone take this case please??
Left side front and back pain.
Not able to eat, mostly liquids.

CT scan showed kidney stone stuck in the ureter.

Gave Silica today to try to move it out of the body.
 
  bluesky77 on 2017-11-29
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Very little information bluesky.

Try to write out, complaints, sensation, any associated symptoms, emotional and mental symptoms if any, cravings/aversions, climate preference, personality aspects.

What do you mean by not being able to take solids?

And how did you decide silica can help? Has there been any improvement?
 
maheeru 4 years ago
Left side back pain
Can't eat much without triggering pain
Worried, nervous, eager to get the stone out
Craves mostly protein (chicken / meat)
Warm dry weather

Personality: short temper, angry, irritable

I picked Silica because it's supposed to expelled foreign objects from the body.
No major improvement. Stone is still stuck in the same spot.

I bought Barberis
 
bluesky77 4 years ago
You can try Lycopodium 30c in place of silica.

Also you can in addition take Berberris v Q.
 
maheeru 4 years ago
Thank you.
I have berberis 30c on hand, can I try that first? Is it just for the pain?
 
bluesky77 4 years ago
Mother tincture is preferable. It's not for pain alone. Berberis is a specific organ remedy for stones in left kidney. It can also expel the stone.
 
maheeru 4 years ago
Thank you!!
 
bluesky77 4 years ago
Just gave 1 dose. wait and see.

Tomorrow he has a procedure (waves).
 
bluesky77 4 years ago

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