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Kidney transplant

3 years ago my husband had a kidney tranplant. Those years all analyses were normal. recently again creatinin levels have inreased by 2 times.
Does anyone knows if homeopathy can help in a such situation to decrease level of creatinin.
would be very gratful fo any hints,
Thanks,
Za
 
  zabrija on 2006-06-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
A 20 years old medical student (female) was scheduled for kidney transplant surgery in two weeks. A donor was found. Her Creatinin levels way high.

I recommended her 'Serum anguillae 30' and girl started recovering in the matter of hours. After 2 years, she is still doing fine. Her father is a famous surgeon and in the past he removed girl's thyroid, tonsils, adenoid and may be more. Probably he loved to operate.

Above is just one example, I have more.

Let me know if you are unable to obtain Serum anguillae - 30.
 
girilal last decade
 
zabrija last decade
please answer C30 or D30 and what doses should be taken, how long??
thanks
 
zabrija last decade
 
girilal last decade
Two doses a day for two months. You can also use split dose method. Put some globulse (or drops if liquid) of medicine in a half empty one liter mineral/spring water bottle. Bang the bottle several times so water can mix with the medicine.

Take one tsp of that water twice a day.
 
girilal last decade

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