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Naturalhealth 12th May 2004 10:47 AM

Renal Disease
 
Hi,

I am going to conduct some research into homeopathy and Chronic Renal Failure and wondered if any homeopath had treated this successfully? By successfully, I mean an improvement in blood figures following the remedy, a reduction in serum creatinnine and urea levels?

Does anyone have published cases of this that have been published in any of the homeopathic journals or does anyone just have straight forward cases of this that they have treated with positive results that they have written up?

I would very much like to hear from anyone who has.

Thanks

Dr. Rasheed Khan 12th May 2004 11:19 AM

Damage to renal parenchyma by any means results in renal failure. This is very difficult situation and needs total investigation. The approach to homeopathic treatment is quite difficult. After nephron damage, there is no medicine to bring life again to them. Except by treating homeopathically actually you try to maintain the level of other intraglomerular hypertension. There are cured cases when the patient was not on dialysis but once the patient gone on dialysis then it become more difficult to treat with either system. It has also been observed that when similimum remedy was given the gap between two dialysis period increased.

In homeopathy long-term prognosis is poor. What you can, you can give quality life to your patients with homeopathic medicine plus by taking helpb from conventional machines which are use for dialysis.

Patient may live long with supportive homeopathic treatment.

Dr. Rasheed Khan 12th May 2004 11:39 AM

apis, eel serum, crot-h, staphy and ars are good remedies

Dr. Rasheed Khan 12th May 2004 11:40 AM

oh yes never forget plumb

Naturalhealth 12th May 2004 04:02 PM

Thank you for that.

I do know about the implications for renal disease and how difficult it is to treat, as I have worked on the renal wards for quite a few years with both haemodialysis, CAPD patients and transplant patients.

I have read that a few of the remedies that you stated are are very useful in its treatment, I also read about Opium at times being followed with Apis and also Helleborus.

What I would actually like is case examples from homeopaths who have managed to treat this successfully, whether it is preventing dialysis or helping people manage the effects of dialysis.

Any case examples and any cases that have been written up and published in the homeopathic journals would be most welcome.

kayveeh 12th May 2004 04:53 PM

NH, good topic. It will be a serious problem in near future due to Diabetes, High blood pressue and other modren civil causes. If we can do anything for this problem, it will be a great help to the humanity. Kali.Sulph. is also a indicated remedy for 'Uremia' & fatty degeneration. But we have to find some remedy for tissue damage, just check the Silicea (as indicated for necrosis). While patient is on dialysis, one has to be bit carefull with both treatments alongwith.

Best wishes.

Moalij 12th May 2004 07:40 PM

search engine came with the following results

http://www.hpathy.com/cases/crotalus_deborah.asp

http://www.hpathy.com/forum/display_...PagePosition=1

Naturalhealth 12th May 2004 09:39 PM

Thanks for that. I missed the Crot C case.

Keep the cases coming if you can. :)

Dr. Rasheed Khan 15th May 2004 10:25 AM

Oh, another good place for discussion. thanks for the link

Is that place is tension free?

kayveeh 19th May 2004 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Rasheed Khan
Damage to renal parenchyma by any means results in renal failure. This is very difficult situation and needs total investigation. The approach to homeopathic treatment is quite difficult. After nephron damage, there is no medicine to bring life again to them.

Dr. Rasheed & NH,

This is & will be most serious pathology. Can we try to find some remedies which can have slighest chance of curing the structural damage to kidneys? Can you explain this damage in detail so that we can try?

Best Wishes.


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