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biresh, 8 June 2017 10:01

my father has gone a turbt operation in biopsy it finds tcc grade 3 now what are the precautions and medicines in ayurveda..he is 71 yrs old non daibetic nor he has blood pressure

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Hello, TCC refers to transitional call carcinoma affects the transitional epithelium of urinary system. Ayurvedic medicines should be taken as supportive line of treatment along with conventional medicines- 1.Gaduchi satva- 250mg twice a day with luke warm water after meals. 2.Panch valkla kwath- 30 ml in equal amount of water twice a day after meals. 3.Divya Kanchnaar guggul- 2 tablets twice a day with luke warm water after meals. 4.Punarnava mandur- 250mg with luke warm water after meals. 5.Keharuba pisthi- 125mg thrice a day with honey followed by luke warm water after meals. 6.Divya triphala guggul- 30 ml in equal amount of water thrice a day after meals In panchkarma the procedure named alternative asthapan and anuvasan basti with dashmooladi kwath and dhanwantri tailum should be administered locally to detoxify the urinary system.

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