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Can Homeopathy Bring Additional Benefits To Thalassemic Patients On Hydrea
No: Truly homeopathic "medications" are made by repeated dilutions, so that the ingredient is not really in the medication anymore (just the "essence" of it remains). That means there is no active ingredient left to cause any benefit. However, that also implies that the homeopathic "medicine" should be pretty harmless, unless some other non-homeopathic ingredients were added. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is this of any benefit for a diabetic patient of 74 to try homeopathy to treat his severe psoriasis. He has ckd. What medicine would be helpful?
See details: This is difficult to answer in view of your several medical problems and continued tobacco use. The choice depends on many factors including the severity of your kidney disease, the extent of the psoriasis and the state of your diabetic control. See a dermatologist. Homeopathy has no benefit. ...Read more
Not sure what u mean: By "homeopathic anti-spasmodics" for a post ECT patient? Dr. Kwok is right that homeopathic remedies over 12c potency contain no molecules of material substance. Remedies are an energy medicine made to interact with an energy part of you: your healing system. Many remedies can help with seizures, etc, but the single one needed is picked by matching to your specific experience & how it affects you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a patient using revolade for curing itp can start other medications like Ayurvedic or homeopathic side by side?
Side Effects: There are some serious, but rare, side effects with hydroxyurea, including secondary leukemia, pulmonary fibrosis, pancreatitis, and peripheral neuropathy, or damage to the nerves. Discuss the benefits of decreasing the severity and length of the sickle cell attacks, and the risk of rare side effects as above. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a 2 yrs old e beta thalassemia baby take Hydroxyurea then will it affect her fertility (ability to have children)? Pls advice...
Unknown: No the baba HUG trial demosntrated clinical improvment to patients with primarly sickle cell disease (but also thalasemia) with the use of hydrea (hydroxyurea). There have been no reproted long term consequences of hydrea (hydroxyurea) therapy in young children. Hydrea (hydroxyurea) is a teratogen and should not be given to pregnant women, but thus far has not been reported as a cause female infertility, only male. ...Read more
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