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Looking homoeopathic remedies for septic anaemia

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looking for homeopathic remedies for septic anemia.

Friend has had liver transplant and is on all kinds of antibiotics but is retaining water and inflammation in the abdomen; fluid is now to thick to do paracentesis - no drainage, etc. infections serious! Need to naturally supplement and reinforce.
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Posted Thu, 4 Oct 2012 in Homeopathy
Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 7 hours later

First of all, if you can tell me the cause of liver failure, how long your friend is suffering with such condition, what advice is given by your Doctor, it would be easier for me to interpret.

Homoeopathy acts better in chronic case.

You can start with the following medicine

1 Apis Mel 6C 3 drop/2 hourly on the tongue

2 Apocynum can Q 6 drops/3 hourly with half cup of fresh water

3 Chelidonium 0/2 4 drops/twice in a day on the tongue (German pharmacoepia)

4 Lycopodium 0/2 4 drops night time (German pharmacoepia)

5 Tri nitro toluene (TNT) 6C Twice in a day (American Pharmacoepia)

6 Ferum Met 1X (Trituration) 6 grain After the breakfast directly on the tongue

You can start with the medicines. Your friend will get relief.
If you find any question, feel free to ask.

Take care
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