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I have 3mm kidney stone. Can i take Berberis vulgaris Q original product/ Mfg by: Dr Reckeweg 20ml ? Also tell me which food items should i avoid while taking this medicine.
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Which side kidney stone ? Homoepathic treatment is given after detailed case history.. there are many Homeopathic Medicines for kidney stones..
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Hello, first of all as your stone is 3mm, so more than 90% chances are that it can pass out without any intervention. Usually without pain. There are two aspects of treatment one is to not let the stone to grow further , and second to give little aid by natural means and support by Homoeopathy medicine for both reasons. You didn't not mention if you have pain, difficulty in urination, burning sensation, and when did you come to know about stone? If you can take B.V Q is entirely upto you. Better visit a Homoeopath, even if the doctor has to recommend B.V Q.
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Homeopathy will help ... Lots of water ...
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You will be helpful to homeopathic. I assure you that I will recover with your problem completely. Therape from the root on all basis and symptoms ..! Cure will be treated according to the symptoms ..! Contact the form.
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Take lycopodium 200 and berberis vulgaris tincture 10 drops daily Drink plenty of water Consult online
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You will need constitutional medicine as well for stone removal. Avoid coffee while taking homeopathic medication
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You shouldn't take medicine in such way without dr advice here it's not clear which side you have kidney stone.as per food you should avoid tomato spinach brinjal etc take plenty of water about 4-5lt
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Surely ll guide you regarding renal calculus. Chat online for guidance
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Consult me..dont take medicine on your own
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1. Stay hydrated 2. Eat more calcium-rich foods 3. Eat less sodium 4. Eat fewer oxalate-rich foods-- Foods high in oxalates are: spinach, chocolate, sweet potatoes, coffee, beets, peanuts, rhubarb, soy products, wheat bran. 5. Eat less animal protein 6. Avoid vitamin C supplements 7. Maintaining a healthy body weight 8. Reducing alcohol intake 9. Avoiding excessive caffeine consumption 10. Avoiding sugary drinks Homeopathic medicines have good results. Consult online with details
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