a reply of your answer to my previous
like to add to my father's case.............................that well
he has not got pain anywhere in the thorax......... rather taking
glucose---------------as in case of ordinary jaundice, excessive glucose
intake is required, and it is often advised to finish a 400g pack
of powdered glucose after adding in water, in about 2-3 days---------but
my father was not needing an active dose I presume. As, he had urinary
tract irritation after taking almost 1/5th of the pack in about 2
irritation was relieved after successive intake of simple water.
Perhaps his blood glucose level had reached above the kidneys threshold
But as no urine culture test was performed afterwards...
can't say..... Well I'm thinking that..... The homeopathic medicine
he took earlier(was supposed to make him active...as the doctor said
before he gave it to him) may have brought about a change in his metabolism
in a way that neither his liver nor his gall bladder affected, rather
there is increased bilirubin and alt in the blood due to some other
is no inflammation...it isn't hepatitis I think and, well only that
homeopathic doctors knows that what he has given to my father and
in the light of that as he is doing some further treatment...
advised taking only plums and no other fruit....may be because there
is no extra need of glucose...and also he told papa to take a bit
of goat meat and its soup type gravy and also bread...he also has
asked papa to take a little bit of pulses and even rice too.
as you know proteins shouldn't be taken in ordinary jaundice!
And the most important part that my father developed this condition
in 2 days....that's pretty sudden.
he's all ITCHY...since then........... Also tell that what does high
value of specific gravity of the urine sample indicates...as I told
you earlier in my previous email..... Please reply in the light of
this case and as early as possible....
is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different
occurs when there is too much bilirubin being produced for the liver
to remove from the blood.
patients with hemolytic anemia have an abnormally rapid rate of destruction
of their red blood cells that releases large amounts of bilirubin
into the blood.
B12 deficiency may cause pernicious anemia. This type of anemia could
happen in people who are unable to absorb vitamin B12 from their intestines
due to a number of reasons: strict vegetarians who may not be taking
adequate vitamin supplements, or long-term alcoholics.
typically causes macrocytic (large cell volume) anemia.
B12, along with folate, is a involved in making the heme molecule
that is an integral part of hemoglobin. Folate deficiency can be the
culprit of anemia. This may also be caused by inadequate absorption,
under-consumption of green, leafy vegetables, and also long-term heavy