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,
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asked by savisu
on 20 April 2013 14:14
sir my father is 63 yrs old. he is heart patient, acute dibetic patient. Now these days his blood urea level is 310 and creatinine is 6.8 (which is decresed from 7.5). Please suggest me the medicines and also how can i get these medicines.
With regards savisu... Read More
Dear friend, As per your info your father is a Diabetic patient and if the creatinine and urea levels are increasing then it straightway reflects then it has start affecting his kidneys now. But don't worry , we have to control his sugar levels with whatever medicines he is taking and start Divya Ashmari Har Kwath twice daily before meals with Divya Gokshuradi Guggulu 2 tabs with kwath. Avoid.. Read more
asked by rahulv
on 24 July 2010 19:42
i am 22 yers old, i have Blood Pressure since 2-3 years . recently i underwent medical check up in which
it has been found that i hav glomeruloscelerosis in kidney,and doctor told that 30% of my kidney is got damaged.
also said that it can not be cured and this desease will progress with time.
i am verry much dipressed and lost all
hopes in life, please please help me.
is it... Read More
Due to Glomerulosclerosis there may be kidney damage, and is described as scarring of the kidneys' vessels called glomeruli. There will be protienuria and that has to be maintained, if there is any kind of blood pressure variations, that should be monitored well
In order to prevent the progress of the disease, you can depend on alternative medicines which are helpful such as ayurvedic.. Read more
Sir i had a baby boy 7 months old. he having problem from preganancy i.e. posterior urethral valves. and operated after 1months 5 days now he pass urine normally and his urea cratinine is also normal in range and his growth also..
but in rutine followup scan it shows that his right kidney is smaller than his left but boths functions are normal.. right kidney is half than left kidney. doctors... Read More
Your nephrologist has advised you competently
That is the right approach for going about it
However to manage kidney function you may give your son LIVER KIDNEY CARE CAPSULES on and off
Once he gets older we shall plan accordingly
Please feel free to ask.. Read more
asked by DOLAT
on 3 October 2013 15:01
i am suffering from kidney stone pain, my both kidney have stone, right kidney have multiple stone size 5mm- 7mm.
please suggest me about medication.
i hope you will be considering my... Read More
In ayurveda , solution exists for kidney stones. Here i suggest you medicines along with home remedies which will help cure the condition and prevent its further occurrence. A change in dietary habits and lifestyle is the key medicine for prevention of future kidney stones
Divya Gokshuradi guggulu
Calcury tablets for kidney stones
Divya Ashmarihar kwath
Take 1 cup of horse gram and boil it in.. Read more
My name irshad bhatti
i am 24 year old
I have Kideny stone problem for 5 months
there is8mm stone in left side kidney
My weight also wery low about 48 kg and my stemmina is
Very poor please help and suggest me please... Read More
Generally kidney stones which are greater than 5mm are treated based on the position and the severity of the symptoms. As your are having a poor digestion and less energy, the medicines which you take will improve your digestion and also your energy levels. If you have any symptoms due to an infection like fever and burning micturition, please consult your nearest doctor.
Medicines like Varunadi.. Read more
asked by shailesh
on 1 February 2010 13:35
Namasthey Sir Ji,
Sir ji mere baba(Dada ji Age-74year) ki kidney Fail ho gayi hai.Last month ke report me pata chala hai. Lucknow Medical college me ilaz chal raha hai. Dr. ne dialysis ke liye tayer hone ke liya bataya hai. Baba ka blood urea 110.72mg/dl, serum creatinine 9.62mg/dl hai.(28.01.10 ko),
Please koi ilaz bataeiye
Lucknow me kaha par contect karu... Read More
Since your father’s age is 74, you need to be careful in choosing any kind of treatments, however, there are some kind of alternative therapies which may be helpful for his condition
You can advice strict diet for him. While choosing medicines you need to contact personally with an qualified doctor and take some supportive medicines along with dialysis if necessary
The following.. Read more