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Whiting of urine
Sir one of relative gets very first morning urine thick cloudy white whenever he takes protein rich food like chicken or milk and milk made but whenever takes acid phos he get relief from white urine due to eating protein rich food so what Is this and what is its cure
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This is not really how  you should get treated by homoeopathy. Right homoeopathic medicine once released almost cures the condition.
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Therefore try to contact an expert homoeopath and get it treated with systematically and properly, so that your problem is solved fore ever .
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Get a basic urine routine and microscopy done to establishes the actual diagnose.
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It could be Nephropathy which itself in turn can be due to Hypertension, Diabetes or unnecessary OTC medication or some genetic disorder.Get your CBC, Urine routine, Urine for Microalbumin done. You haven't mentioned the patient's age. He can be treated accordingly. If prior status Id unknown it is better to get BSL done too.
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U need to get check up for Complete urine check up&Complete blood picture. Based on Identifying reason,Dymptoms,In Homeo u can get T/t. Try to take plenty of wster,Morning after waking up,take minimum 2-3 glasses  of luke warm water,&entire dayful,finish minimum -3litres of water. Avoid or lessen the salt content in food,Take bland diet,Avoud junk,outside,Spicy food.
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  Get cbc, urine complete and RFT done and revert with reports. Or you can consult a MD CONSULTANT physician in person for further evaluation and management. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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