A 44-year-old male contacted the practitioner on 31 August 2013 because he was on dialysis three times a week for the past one year. The patient had a long-standing history of various problems such as anxiety, stress and migraine for which he was dependent on several allopathic medications. The kidney problem first started three years ago in 2010. Two years later, his creatinine level shot up to 9* and had to be brought down by regular dialysis. When he visited the practitioner, his blood report showed all the renal parameters to be abnormally high.
He was given the following combo:
CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC13.4 Kidney failure + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…6TD.
The patient continued to take allopathic medication along with the vibro remedy. After two months, his creatinine level had dropped significantly between 3 to 3.5 and dialysis was reduced to twice weekly. After another month and a half, dialysis was further reduced to once a week. From 1 January 2014, dialysis was given only once a month and his creatinine level was between 2.5 to 3. On 1 March 2014, he did not need dialysis anymore since his creatinine level had dropped to 1.9. The dosage was now reduced to OW for one month, and then to once a month for two months after which it was stopped. As of August 2016 he has not had any relapse of the condition.
Editor’s note on blood creatinine levels:
Normal levels of creatinine in the blood are approximately 0.6 to 1.2 mg/dl in adult males and 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dl in adult females. Muscular young or middle-aged adults may have more creatinine in their blood than the norm for the general population. Elderly persons, on the other hand, may have less creatinine in their blood than the norm. Infants have normal levels of about 0.2 or more, depending on their muscle development. In people with malnutrition, severe weight loss and long standing illnesses, the muscle mass tends to diminish over time and so their creatinine level may be lower than expected for their age.