My mother is 64 yrs old....45 days ago, her creatinine was 4.2.....30 days ago, creatinine was 3.3....15 days ago, her creatinine was 2.8 and last creatinine test recently was 2.0....she is nondiabetic patient. her pressure remains around 140/80...she is taking punarnava, mukta vati, Vrkka Dosa-Hara Kwatha, Chandraprabha Vati, Gokshuradi Guggulu....any more suggestion for us...
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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-
As your mother is suffering from high creatinine levels, and moreover there is a considerable improvement and as per your her blood pressure is stable and she is consuming ayurvedic medicines for the same. However, they are fine to be consumed. Meanwhile adding to these medicines she may need to follow proper diet whenever necessary and wherever is needed.
In order to maintain proper kidney function well, she need to follow high in calories and low in protein and avoid salt and salted cheese, butter and nuts etc. She has to reduce potassium content, vegetables should be cooked with more water and excess should be drained off.
Avoid fruits, fruit juices, and coconut water, and also avoid canned, processed or preserved foods. Avoid tea, coffee, Ragi, wheat flour, pulses and legumes etc.
Herbal remedies which are recommended for her conditions:
Chicory, asparagus, tribulus, varuna, punarnava etc. can be used as medicine and these herbs do act as natural diuretics, and helps to regain proper strength, proper liver functioning is also facilitated.
To enhance kidney function you can take this Kindney Medicine Package can be consumed along with your medicines.
Please do direct approach with qualified doctor before taking medicines and regular follow-ups is necessary.
For further queries please feel free to ask,
asked by van123
on 17 July 2012 5:43
my mother is aged 61 years.she is suffering from pain in the back.she is diabetic since last 10years. the ultrasound report taken recently on july 15,2012 shows mild right hydronephrosis and dilation of right kidney. doctor suggesting additional tests like keratin and ivp.are these tests compulsory? Is there any cure in ayurvedic for this problem.if so please help with medicines
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Hydronephrosis condition is the enlargement or distension of the renal pelvis or urine collecting structures & pelvis of both the kidneys. It is not a disease itself but a condition that is associated with diseases related to renal system
There are many reasons for this condition such as obstructive uropathy, vesicoureteric reflux or backflow of urine from bladder to kidney, kidney stones.. Read more
asked by shunti
on 1 February 2010 9:00
swami ji meri kidney ka blood urea 137 or cretanie 7.9 aaya hai mai treatment ahemdabad kidney foundation ka le rha hu aap help... Read More
In order to maintain kidney function well, you can consider the following tips
The food should be high in calories and low in proteinSalted cheese, butter and nuts should be avoided
To reduce potassium content, vegetables should be cooked with more water and excess should be drained offAvoid fruits, fruit juices, and coconut water, also avoid canned, baked, processed and preserved foodsIf potassium.. Read more
asked by vanna
on 14 October 2010 15:24
My husbands blood report is as follows pls suggets
Serum Urea - 40mg/dl
Serum Creatinine - 1.6mg/dl
Hemoglobin - 16gm%
Triglycerides - 300mg/dl
Pls suggest is the report normal. Though he is healthy and have Slight B.P which is in control, he takes Telma- R 5mg daily at night and he also does yoga asanas... Read More
There are some abnormalities in your husband’s blood report. With higher serum urea presence and little higher creatinine levels, there is abnormal lipid profile where triglycerides are higher
To maintain kidney function normal, one should follow diet which is very important and to bring cholesterol levels in to normal, there are certain medications and herbal remediesFollow diet.. Read more
asked by rummy
on 7 February 2010 4:09
My father's kidney has damaged 91% due to diabetes.
Now water is stagnating in stomach and it needs manual clearance.
Doctors suggested to have the Kidney transplanted.
His creatinine is 2.5
Please suggest if it can be cured by ayurvedic medicines or we have any hope on... Read More
As your father is suffering from severe diabetic complications due to which his kidneys are not functioning properly as there is nephropathy and as per your complaints there may be possible collection of peritoneal fluids in and it is better to go for kidney transplant as there are very limited ayurvedic medicines for the same. It is better not to consume more ayurvedic medicines and try to.. Read more
asked by samir
on 20 November 2010 20:37
I am S K Sinha(62 yrs/Male) from kolkata. I have a operation(Laparoscopic left nephrolithotomy with pyeloplasty) for removal of left sided renal stone on 26/03/2007. Presently as on 13/11/2010 my blood urea-106, creatinine-6, haemoglobin-6.9, sugar pp-92. Urologist diagnosis report "CKD Left partial PUJ Obstruction". Suggested to take Martifur 100 mg tablet daily.
I have been asked... Read More
You have described your condition but not complaints .We would like to know what you feel .Also any history of other disease before Kidney problem
In the mean while you can do Anuloma Viloma .Also start with 1.Varunadi Kashayam twice a day empty stomach
Wish you best of.. Read more
asked by sneh
on 8 May 2013 10:49
my friends age is 33 and his Creatinine is 8.46 ,urea is 93, he has no diabetes.his kidney size is 7.8 * 3.0 of right, left 8.33 * 3.3.he has not started with Dailysis yet.CAN YOGA WILL HELP HIM... Read More
Thank you so much for writing to us.Here his creatinine level is highly increased. But in this case GFR needs to be known so as to classify him in any of the five stages of CKD. CKD is chronic kidney failure
From your case i feel like , he could be getting through stage 1 or 2 of CKD. Here i would strongly suggest you that "Pranayama" or "Yoga" alone will not serve the.. Read more