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100% Recovery From Nephrotic Syndrome Found In A 6-Years-Old Child With Homeopathy

A 6-year-old child, Mast. A.Y. (PIN: 32603) visited Life Force Homeopathy clinic on 29th July 2017 for his complaint of Nephrotic syndrome, which he was suffering since April 2016. He was on conventional treatment along with steroids for alternate days for 4 months.
The parents of the patient provided a detailed medical history of their child. He used to suffer from a relapse of the condition once in 2-3 months. Acute mild colds were used to trigger the relapse of the discomforting condition. He was suffering from puffiness of the face and swelling all over the body. Also, he was suffering from orbital as well as pedal edema. He had difficulty in passing the urine and was experiencing dribbling of the urine. On investigation, his urine protein was found to be positive.
He was a vegetarian and had an excessive appetite and thirst. He had a marked craving for spicy foods and an aversion to sweets. He couldn’t tolerate the hot climate. His sleep was quite good. He had a family history of Goiter to Paternal Uncle.
The parent of the patient reported that the patient was stubborn and used to get irritable if things won’t go according to his will. He used to mix up easily with strangers. The child was very restless.
Dr. Rajesh Shah studied the case in detail and prescribed research-based medicines along with constitutional medicines for six weeks to the patient. Dietary tips were also provided along with the medicines.
 
Follow-Ups:
On 10th August 2017, the patient’s parents gave his follow-up and updated the feedback. The child’s health had improved by almost 70-75%, with the medicines. He had experienced no relapse in the last month of treatment. But, he had a mild relapse in the last 2 days before the follow-up due to the steroid withdrawal effect.
From 7th October 2017 to 16th March 2018, the patient’s parents reported that the patient was better by almost 100% and had no relapse in the last 6 months of the treatment.
On 25th May 2018, the patient was hospitalized for 6 days due to acute relapse of the condition with the symptoms of swelling over the face and the presence of protein in trace in the urine. He started with the dose of steroid 10mg/day.
Later, he gave a follow-up on 7th July 2018. He had experienced no relapse, and he was better in consecutive follow-ups. His dose of steroid was reduced on 5th November 2018. 
When his follow-up was taken on 19th March 2019, the protein trace was present in the urine.
On the follow-up on 19th April 2019, the patient’s urine protein was 4+ on the report dated 2nd April 2019. Also, his Serum Cholesterol was 392 which was high for which the patient was hospitalized from 3rd April 201 to 11th April 2019. He had complaints of edema on the whole body, majorly on the face. His urination had diminished and was Frothy. He was suffering from a generalized dullness and started the Dose of Steroids.
As per the follow-up taken on 28th May 2019, the patient had experienced a recent episode in the last 1 week with 4+ urine protein. 

On 25th July 2019, the patient’s health was improving. He had no relapse.

On 17th January 2020, the patient was found to be asymptomatic from April 2019 to November 19. On tapering the dose of steroid, there was a relapse in November 2019. The patient had experienced an episode of an acute cold. He was admitted for 1 month from November 2019 to December 19 and was put on a ventilator due to pleural effusion. Dialysis was done, and tapping was done due to the severity.

When the next follow-up was taken on 26th February 2020, the patient’s health was improving.

Later, his follow-up was taken on 10th June 2020. The patient had suffered no relapse since December 2019, and he had stopped taking steroids for the last 25 days.
On 31st August 2020, the patient was completely better and had experienced a 100% recovery from the condition.
The patient’s recent follow-up was taken on 5th November 2020. The patient was 100% better without any relapse since 26th February 2020 despite a recent acute cold episode. He had successfully stopped anti-hypertensive medicine since 5th November 2020 and steroids since May 2020.
His parents were extremely thankful to Dr. Shah and the whole Life Force team for treating their child with homeopathy and helping him to get rid of the side-effects of steroids. The child is perfectly fine and healthy now. He is continuing the treatment to achieve a complete recovery.
 
Conclusion:
This case highlights that homeopathy is highly effective in treating Nephrotic Syndrome in kids successfully and safely without any side-effects. Homeopathy can help in avoiding the lifelong dependency on conventional treatment.
-Written by Dr. Akanksha Kharote, Associate doctor to Dr. Rajesh Shah
 

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