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Dear Sir, how to avoid hiranya operation and removing gallblader because of it grows 6mm exessly for my friend.What problem he should face if he go through this operation?

--By sumathi

If he goes for gall bladder removal the post operative complication both recent, immediate and remote and long term are: Indigestion, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, jaundice, failure of liver function, bloating of abdomen with pain in the loin and in the hip joints and down the leg.

And with the correction of hernia through operation shall lead to urinary tract weakness and chronic infection leading to kidney failure; muscular weakness and pain in both the legs leading to myopathy. There is all likelihood of developing bloated abdomen and constipation with further hernia formation on the opposite side and on the same side of operation too.

Then the drugs that you should take after the operation such as the antibiotics, anti inflammatory drugs, analgesics and anti rejection medicines like anti histamine drugs and cortisone medications play havoc with your health system destroying you totally.

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Dear Doctor, This is with reference to a query you have received from Ram Prasadh Narayanan of Coimbatore district. I could understand his agony. I would like to share my experience with the acupuncture specialist, Magi Ramalingam. I and my brother visited him a few times in 2014. During one of the visits, after examining my brother, he told me secretly that my brother has kidney disease and went on to suggest suitable diet. I was somewhat devastated. We found that he had no kidney problem. Now, I would like to ask the following questions: 1.Why do some people ‘diagnose’ wrongly and scare people and mislead patients. This is a big minus point against alternative medicine. I am totally opposed to allopathy but at the same time I am disappointed with the way acupuncture is practiced. Do you think some kind of regulation will help? 2.When some people who have been taking allopathic medicines and when they are disappointed, they seek alternative treatment like acupuncture, homeopathy etc. But by then, their bodies are very much used to the harmful allopathic medicines. As suggested and practiced by many homeopaths, it is advisable to reduce those harmful allopathic medicines gradually while taking other treatments like acupuncture, homeopathy etc Please let me know your thoughts. --By Krishnan

Like diagnosis in allopathy, in every system there is a diagnostic system; in acupuncture the diagnosis is by way of pulse reading; this diagnosis is based on energy movements in different organs such as stomach, spleen, lungs, large intestine, kidneys, urinary bladder, live, gall bladder, small intestine and heart; years before allopathy diagnoses a disease of an organ, acupuncture will diagnose it. Even today most people suffer from headache, abdominal pains and so on; but the allopathy would say seeing their reports as normal while the patient is suffering; finally when there will be serious kidney failure or a gall bladder disease. From acupuncture angle what is said by Magi may be correct or wrong - it is all the insight of the acupuncture doctor concerned.