Kidney problems

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Kidney problems

Post Number:#1  Post by Julliane » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:01 am

Hi I'm Julliane and I'm new here.
Recently my right lower part is painful and I also feel the pain when I urinate. I searched on the internet and I think it is kidney infection. Some health websites recommend antibiotics and vitamin C to clean the bacteria in the kidneys. I wanna know more about your story or what treatment you took to remove kidney infection.
Any advice and experience would be appreciate .. Thanks a lot!

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Re: Kidney problems

Post Number:#2  Post by ofonorow » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:38 am

The normal treatment for a kidney or bladder infection is to include cranberry juice.
I have recently found a good ionic colloidal silver to be more effective during a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) than the antibiotic (Cipro) prescribed.
Vitamin C poses no danger to someone with healthy kidneys, and is always a good option.
We have report after report that our True-Liposomal (recently given a name - PANACEA) is miraculous against almost every type of infection.

If you are worried about the negative propaganda against vitamin C regarding kidney stones and kidney health, this is a wonderful lecture by Suzanne Humphries, MD - a kidney specialist.


https://youtu.be/y0LLX0sgwAU
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Re: Kidney problems

Post Number:#3  Post by Annee » Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:16 am

Yes! Vitamin C is the most important nutrient from the list of home remedies for kidney infection. It supports your immune system in combating against infection and increases the level of acid at the kidneys which will destroy the bacteria that trigger the development of infection as well.
You can consume 1 – 2 grapefruits, oranges, broccoli, potatoes, peppers, sprouts, tomatoes, strawberries and kiwi... every day. If you are taking supplement of vitamin C, you should ask your doctor for the advice.
I also agree with Ofonorow. Cranberry juice is very helpful in treating kidney infection, just 1 unsweetened glass of cranberry juice every day is enough (if you drink too much, the risk of having kidney stones as this fruit contains oxalate will increase).
There are many useful information you may not know about kidney infection, you can read here https://authorityremedies.com/home-reme ... infection/
I hope you'd get better soon Julliane! :)

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Re: Kidney problems

Post Number:#4  Post by ofonorow » Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:57 pm

So, I was a little shocked that an ultrasound picked up a kidney stone "some time ago" yet I was never told, until my GP made a thorough review of my "interesting" health records. So I am in the middle (rather the end) of a major cortisol deficiency crash (described in the Typhoid Mary post), and the stone was still there - no pain. I asked him we nothing has been done and he told me it was not obstructing anything, and was small enough to pass.

I was going to start taking the pH of my first morning urines.. Though I take a mix of ascorbic acid and sodium ascorbate.

We'll after all the IV fluids, I was voiding fine - no pain - except for one time when the pain was more like a 10! (Venereal disease!). Then back to normal.. The Kidney specialist guessed that I passed the stone!
I won't know for sure until the next ultrasound, probably not this stay
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