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Osteomyelitis and gangrene with severe pain to touch

Hi my father is a 60 year old diabetic that had a previous amputation on his right big toe due to gangrene. He was sent home with iv antibiotics wich helped with the osteomyelitis but put him in a very bad state, he no longer wanted to eat while he was on medication and was so weak he couldnt walk. Once the treatment was over he looked more alive. Now 3 months later his pinky toe has gangrene and the osteomyelitis is back the doctor wants to put him back on the iv medicine and amputate agian the pinky on his right toe. Is there any hope for my father to help with the gangrene and osteomyelitis with homeopathy? I don't want him to go through that agian.
  Karen71 on 2022-01-12
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Secale Cornutum 200 05 drops in water/ 04 pills thrice a day for a week
Post symptoms as and when there is any change
Arnica Montana 200 same dose
[Edited by Kaps on 2022-01-12 15:53:10]
Kaps 2 weeks ago
Hi thank you for replying. I have a question. Is that 05 drops in water and 04 pills thrice a day for a week? Or 05 drops in water or 04 pills thrice a day? Thank you.
Karen71 2 weeks ago
It is either the drops OR pills
Kaps 2 weeks ago
Hi I did as prescribed but the gangrene seems to keep spreading slowly and the pain is unbearable for him. should I keep doing this or do I change it up? I noticed his foot is less swollen but it hurts a lot for him still.
Karen71 5 days ago
Try secale C 1M one drop thrice a day for three four days
Arnica M 200 thrice a day
Kaps 5 days ago

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