Urinary calculi / Kidney stones vary in size, composition and location. Dietary factors play an important role. Calcium phosphate & oxalate are common but in some cases magnesium, ammonium phosphate, uric acid, cystine stones are also found. pH of urine influences the formation. However, there are other factors as well.
Homoeopaths normally manage such cases on the basis of the above and type of pain, modalities, proneness to the formation of stone, etc. Please consult your local homoeopathic physician. It is effectively managed by homoeopathic treatment without any side effect.
Hi....looking at the calculus size...we can surely give Homoeopathic medicines, which will not only help to powder or breakdown the calculus and push it further down...so that the sand formed is passed out easily without much pain.....
Along with the medicines....have abt 2_3glasses of water every morning empty stomach, also you can add a pinch of Alum powder to that water as Alum is a natural disinfectant and also will increase the force of urination....
During the remaining Day too have ample amount of water & fluids...like tender coconut & Barley water...
See a good, able Homoeopath nearby....& start his treatment asap...
Homoeopathy will not only help you get rid of this calculus but also see to it that the tendency to form calculi...is taken care...& that you don't suffer from calculi again....which can't be achieved thru Surgery.
Renal calculi are not just the stone found in the kidney, but it is not tendency of stone formation which has to be addressed and the cause behind it is metabolism. Whatever metabolism is disturbed tendency of stone is form of uric acid, oxalic acid and calcium.
Homoeopathy towards correcting this metabolism their by curing the tendency of stone formation. It also works on dissolving the stones, manage acute colic of stone, so if you want a customised treatment strategy then you can contact to us on our email besthomoepaths
Drink coconut water, restrict the diet by identifying the right stone type
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