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Hi Doctor, I am having the problem of slow urine

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Dr. Ratnesh Pandey

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Posted on Sat, 9 Mar 2019 in General Health
Question: Hi Doctor,
I am having the problem of slow urine pressure and consulted you in December 2018 and you had suggested below 5 medicines:
1. XXXXXXX serulelata Q. 20 drop with half cup of water 3 time
2. Prostonum (drop) 20 drop 3 time in a day
3. Cantharis 30 2 drop 3 time in a day
4. Clematis 30 2 drop 2 time in a day
5. Terbinthina 30 2 drop 2 time in a day

Take medicine for 3 weeks and let me know the progress

After that you suggested the following on 15th XXXXXXX 2019
based on the input i am changing the dose frequency slightly

1. XXXXXXX serulelata Q. 20 drop with half cup of water 3 time
2. Prostonum (drop) 20 drop 3 time in a day
3. Cantharis 30 2 drop 3 time in a day
4. Clematis 30 2 drop 3 time in a day
5. Terbinthina 30 2 drop 3 time in a day

Follow the line of treatment
update me after 1 month
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Please let me know what is the next step? I am feeling improvement but, not sure how to describe how much improvement I have.

Please suggest.

Regards,
Ankur XXXXXXX
doctor
Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 22 hours later
Brief Answer:
Followup

Detailed Answer:
Dear XXXXXXX
baaased on input i am revising the medication strength
You can start with following medicine this time

1. XXXXXXX serulelata Q. 20 drop with half cup of water 3 time
2. Prostonum (drop) 20 drop 3 time in a day
3. Cantharis 200 2 drop 3 time in a day
4. Clematis 200 2 drop 3 time in a day
5. Terbinthina 200 2 drop 3 time in a day

Take medicine for 2 month and then let me know

Thanks
Dr Ratnesh
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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Follow up: Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 13 hours later
Hi Doctor,
Thanks for your reply.

Just to have an idea....may I ask how long do I have to take these medicines to get the problem resolved? I am not asking any fixed timeline but, just an approximate idea based on your experience with such cases.

Regards,
Ankur XXXXXXX
doctor
Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 10 hours later
Brief Answer:
Followup

Detailed Answer:
Hi XXXXXXX
Normally it takes the range of 3-6 month to cure the problem.
But as i can observe in your case the progress is comparatively slow than expected that's why i have changed the medicine strength, the tentative reason may be some of external factor is still present.
Meanwhile i suggest you to keep taking the the medicine without a gap and then we will analyse the progress and if required we will put some intervention.

Advice- Drink Plenty of water, Avoid dehydrated, avoid junk food

Hope this suffice your query

In case of any question unattended feel free to ask

Thanks
Dr Ratnesh
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