Dr Maheeru, 81 yrs old- gasping/UTI with -ve covid results.Dr Maheeru,
My dad 81 had UTI since 1.5 weeks and fever a week ago. He has involuntary urination and on medications. Feet are swelling. He has prostate problem takes urimax daily. no diabetic or other history. He has mild fluids retention on heart MRI shows mild bilateral pleural effusion and he is gasping with even a slight movement. Pulse oxymeter shows 85-92 reading. His Covid swab test and antibodies tests are -negative.
LAst night i have given him Abeis Nigra 1 M and morning he has some relief to walk upto bathroom. still oxygen levels are 85-92.
Could you please suggest any remedy for his condition? Is it possible to have covid with both tests -ve?
[Edited by speddiraju on 2020-09-10 01:09:03]
speddiraju on 2020-09-10
Regret the delay, could not see the thread in time.
If you have not yet tried, Ars alb. You may try that. Do not give 1M. Go with 30c or 200c.
Have you seen the rider about 'posts are not from medical professionals' on the forum? :) So please leave the dr. title.
♡ maheeru 4 months ago
speddiraju 4 months ago
[Edited by speddiraju on 2020-10-25 06:15:33]
speddiraju 2 months ago
Good to know about your father doing good on BP as well. At times combination of Ars and Nux also helps with BP. It'll have to be monitored though.
♡ maheeru 2 months ago
medical history has treated for seizures for 10tears and now normal. piles operated. prostate enlargement in there but taking medicines. Can you suggest medicines/ bio salts?
speddiraju 3 weeks ago
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