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avnfemale26 on 2011-10-19Hi,
Avascular necrosis is lack of Blood Supply in hip joint. If It is untreated so it continue to lack of blood supply in other Joints also. So it must be taken care as soon as detected.
saritmohan on 2011-10-20This thread continues beneath the following ad.Is there an alternative solution apart from surgery for avn i have a patient that doesnt want surgery
dreamcool on 2012-04-06
I am suffering from AVN of hips ..Affected by Typhoid and dengue fever last year where lot of tablets and injection are used to cure.... I am not interested in surgery.. could you please let me know whether is there any medicine or treatment which can be followed to cure the pain.. Thanks in advance... I stay in Bangalore...
Thanks and regards,
Vignesh1987 on 2015-02-28Yes. Avascular necrosis is curable by homeopathy. I had avn of left frmur head 10years back. one homeopath dr. Jayant. Lucknow prescribed Carbo Veg. 1M. 1 dose for 3 days followed by a weekly dose. My avn cured in 10days. I am quite well since then. Relief came just in 2-3days.
arvind1955 on 2017-01-07This thread continues beneath the following ad.Hi..read your post. I too would like to know about Dr. Jayant Lucknow.
Where is his clinic in Lucknow?
anshika1718 on 2017-12-02
anshika1718 on 2017-12-02Which is the best treatment centre for avn in China?
Can you suggest some one who treats avn through tcm?
anshika1718 on 2017-12-03
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