Gangrenous Wounds 1st Patient

This patient consulted me many years ago. He suffered from diabetes, high blood pressure, and mild kidney failure. He sustained the initial wounds as a result of a reaction to an antibiotic, Ciprofloxacin. The reactions turned to wounds which did not want to heal. His wife called from hospital to ask whether I have experience treating such wounds homeopathically as her husband does not want to have his limbs amputated. In fact, he had a deep wound on his right foot as well. The wounds took many months to heal via the employment of mainly Secale Cornutum.

Regrettably, about one year after the healing of his wounds, the patient passed on due to heart and kidney failure. It is my experience that many patients, not all, abhor the idea of dying with parts of their bodies absent.

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© Dr. HJD Jeggels 2013.