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Diabetes Insipidus

My 1 year 5 months old child is recently being diagnosed of Diabetes Insipidus (Nephrogenic)and he is on Dyazide and Indomythecin. Is there any homeopathy remedy available to help him permanently or temporarily. He is malnourished and very much underweight. He vomit for more than a year, he is feverish when room temp is more than 25C, thirsty all of the time and eat very less. Now the symtoms r improving, but not gone. Initially he was diagnosed a Pyloric stenosis for which i tried homeo treatment for 10 months but two months ago we get him operated for the pre pyloric web. Surgery went fine and he recovered. his Hb is low. Always dehydrated. Cried when not kept in cold room. Responses well, rool over and sit with support for few minutes only. Now he is somewhst responding to the treatment but no weight gain at all. Pls tell me if there is any medicine in herbal or homeo treatment.
  ayesha29 on 2006-09-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The best treatment for this disease combined or followed up by the constitutional remedy. Sometimes the constitutional remedy is all that is needed.
that however needs a good, complete history for proper evaluation and analysis to come to a remedy. If you haven't found a reliable professional homeopath to help with that, I'll get back after a week.

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