Case Study : Hijama Therapy for the management of Chronic Kidney Disease by Dr Nazri Nizar
The following is a hijama case study kindly contributed by Dr Nazri Nizar, a male cupping therapist from Colombo, Sri Lanka
As a matter of fact, Hijama should not be performed on those who have been undergoing dialysis but can be treated with herbal medication, exercise, diet control etc.
Initially the patient was seen by me at her residence in Kandy Sri Lanka as the patient was not able to undertake the journey to my clinic in Colombo. After studying most of the laboratory test report where the Serum Creatinine was recorded as at 11.8 and based on this report the transplanting of the kidney was necessary so until a donor is found, the patient must undergo dialysis on a regular basis to clear all the waste and liquid from her body.
As the patient was to start the dialysis, a family member contacted me and asked for my advise as I have treated another patient quite successfully so I put the trust in Allaah and agreed to provide the treatment. First of all I stopped the patient from going for dialysis. The patient was willing to undergo the Hijama/Herbal therapy and agreed to strictly abide by the instructions given by me, for I did not want this elderly patient to undergo a kidney transplant at 64 as complications and too much of drug use will aggravate her health, a burden for her children, family members, and a colossal expense of money.
Although the result is satisfactory, the patient have to continue with the strict diet control, exercise and herbal medication. The patient and her family members are happy at the result Al Hamdu Lillah Allaah is the Source of Mercy the Most Mercy Giving. May Allaah Grant His Mercy to my good friend and mentor the Late Dr. Abdul Munem Bellah (Urologist at Shaikh Zayed Military Hospital in Abu Dhabi, UAE) from whom I learn a lot of things which became very useful at times of treatment. May Allaah Grant him Jannah Ameen.
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