Sulphur/ Sulfa AllergyMy dad, 65, diabetic, has been taking a range of diabetic medicines for 10 years. They never seemed to help, making him ill with violent diarrhea and bloating, pain in his back, always hungry, and always itchy. He now is getting sores in his mouth and unable to get out of bed except to use the restroom.
We have always known he was allergic to Sulphur, but after researching his diabetic medications hoping to find some information to help him I found out most diabetic medications contain Sulphur or a compound form of it. The reason they are made this way is the gas Sulphur produces in the body elevates the insulin production, however, because my dad is allergic to Sulphur it has the opposite effect (I believe) on him creating an abundance of methane gas in his stomach, he even smells of the typically associated "egg smell" of methane gas.
So knowing this, and knowing Sulphur is in so many foods and medical products, how do we combate the what seems to be Sulphur poisoning making him so ill right now? He's recently suffered a heart attack, prostate cncr and now this violent gastric problem that has him bed ridden?
I know Sulphur has a few antidotes but I don't want to start this blindly.
Any advice is desperately welcomed!!
LittleDuck on 2021-03-01
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER.
NAT PHOS 6X,KALI PHOS 6X, NAT SULPH 6X.
5 TABS OF EACH THREE TIMES A DAY.
FEEDBACK EVERY 7 DAYS.
♡ anuj srivastava last month
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