- Oct 29, 2015
@haidut My daughter (37) has been diagnosed with Hydronephrosis and is experiencing kidney pain. The ultra sound didn't reveal any stone per se but her kidney is swollen in specific areas. Her option is to have a stent inserted but I am wondering if in the mean time she could try other options. Currently she is avoiding PUFA and has been for several months, eating lots of dairy , fruit and avoiding grains. She is supplementing with Niacinamide, B1, aspirin, K2, D3. I have left a nice chicken brooder fixture and infra red/white/orange 250 watt bulb for her to try. Can you think of anything else we could try? Over the last two years she has suffered from spontaneous spinal fluid leaks from a large calcification in her C7 area of her spine. Needless to say there were a lot of pain meds involved for a while. Otherwise she has been previously very strong, healthy and athletic. She participated in a Mud Hero race with her younger brother's friend who is almost 20 years younger and she almost beat him. She is tall, slim and was quite muscular before all of this happened. My goal here, is to help her avoid any kind of medical procedures if possible. Thanks in advance for any kind of support you can offer.