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Severe pneumonia.My father (86 years) has got pneumonia (both lungs, but most in left side), erysipelas and diastolic heart failure (right valve insufficens in the heart) (and little insufficence) at 5th june. He is slowly recovering after help with oxygen, drainage, antibiotika and diuretica. There is no damage in lungs now or other organs. But there are about 2 liters liqued left in the left lung, which cannot be removed because it incapsuled and the doctor say it will be absorbed by the body after a while. He has earlier been prescibed Rhus tox, Ruta grav, Causticum and Arnica for his arthritis and left sided paralysis. When got the pneumonia, erysipelas and heart failure. He described small dose of diurica and injection of Fragmin (slightly bloodthinner). I have given 3 doses of Arnica montana D30 wet dose each day in three days and now stoped. He seems to recover little now but is very weak. I do now know if he is too weak for homeopathy. And how long can a dose of Arnica montana last? Is Arnica dangerous in combination with the blood thinning Fragmin. I read also that Rhus tox is acting on the blood. Are the any homeopathic remedy which increases assimilation of protein (aminoacids) or for malnutrion after a period of severe illness? What shall i do?
troja on 2012-06-25
Give him one dose of Lachesis 200c. Dose him as found below.
Prepare a solution of 250 ml with a single pill or a drop of Lachesis 200c. From this solution, give him a drop as a dose.
Give one dose, observe changes over a week and then report.
[message edited by maheeru on Tue, 26 Jun 2012 17:09:52 BST]
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