pressure ulcer or bedsore and paralytic - SOSMy sister is suffering since month a bed sore on left buttock which she eventually got in the hospital while treating for acute viral fever for a month.
The present condition is she has become little paralytic with slight sensation in the legs when scratched.
No sugar, urine output is ok, fever hovering around 100 due to bedsore, conscious, lips parched.
No pus in the bedsore but the area is almost 100 sqcms and inbetween a hole of size 25mm dia with 25mm deep. It is reddish.
She is still continuing in acute medical care and allopathic doctors are not able to do anything.
Pl. suggest - SOS
rathano on 2006-08-05
This is made by inserting 3 pellets of the Arnica 6c into a 500ml bottle of spring water and this is shaken hard to ensure bubbling every time before a teaspoonful which is the dose is sipped 3 times daily.
I presume that she is on an antibiotic for the fever. Her doctors will know the treatment of an open wound which must be kept sterile to heal.
You mentioned that her lips are parched. This must be rectified immediately either by IV drip or giving sufficient liquids to increase the level of body fluids.
Please report response in a week.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
My father is suffering with deep bedsore at thigh and near annus. Please reccomend some medicines which are to be given with allopathic medicines.
RajuK last decade
Orally, the patient should take Gotu Kola, 4 capsules 500 mg per day. It is also called Centella, and if you get it in a health food store, by Schiff, it is stronger and takes only two. Take AM only because it elevates the mood and sometimes it is difficult to sleep if you take it too late. You can add to feeding tube or break open capsules and give like tea if not able to swallow capsules.
Topically, soak some gauze in colloidal silver, any strength and insert in bedsore. Leave for 10-15 minutes each time.
Patient should be turned at least every two hours and more frequently if possible. Also patient should not put pressure on the sore; use pillows to keep that area from always touching the bed.
Make sure food is nutritious.
I don't know where you are, but in the US there are patches which look like skin to put over bedsores; they are left for several days without changing. I forget the name of them now, but it is something like Durapad. This will help the bedsore heal even without the silver, but the Gotu Kola is a necessity.
patti3046 last decade
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