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nephrotic syndrome

I have a 3 year 9 mos boy that received the diagnosis of NS when he turned 3 years. We have been dealing with prednisone for months and he was on his last month by taking only 10mgs of pred, but all of the sudden this week he got some kind of viral infection, that looks like a rash on his tummy and has red eyes. Protein in his urine came back and in addition to that he is already in a no glutten, no lacteos, no meat, no wheat diet. However, we are back dealing with the protein and he looks and feel well so far but what else can we do.
please help!!!!
-thank you
 
  chiquis on 2006-08-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
This is a deep seated disorder. You need a pro homeopath prescribing anti-miasmaticly. Homeopathy can help, I would say dont self prescribe -but do try homeopathy whith a pro.
 
Sycotic last decade
Steroids -- prednisolone is very bad news . It cures symptoms and buries the problem deeper.
Also it make life difficult for homeopathic remedies.

If the urine is yellow and smells of ammonia use Aranea Diadema 30c one dose a day and wait a week to judge result.

Otherwise look at Thymol 30c
 
walkin last decade

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