Kidney Stones

Kidney stone is one of the most common disease of the urinary tract. They are formed due to low intake of water, high protein diet and low urine volumes. The common symptoms are renal colic, burning in urination and blood in urine. Such patients are prone to urinary tract infection. Kidney stones mostly consist of calcium oxalate, urates and phosphates. They can be dissolved, fragmented and passed out after suitable homoeopathic medicines. These medicines can prevent formation of stones and even cure cases of recurrence after surgery.

A clinical study conducted at GCCHR shows that majority of cases of renal stones unilateral or bilateral, big or small, single or multiple made up of oxalates and urates can be successfully treated.

Total cases of Kidney stones – 1655 (till 30th April 2016)

Bilateral stone cases – 555


Improved Status Quo

Not Improved


293 89 51
21.98 % 52.79 % 16.04 %

9.19 %

Unilateral stone cases – 1100


Improved Status Quo Not Improved


182 241


51.64 % 16.54 % 21.91 %

9.91 %

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) has been the most frequent reason for elderly men undergoing surgery. The successful management and treatment of BPH should seek both to improve symptoms and prevent disease progression.

Our work has shown the potential of homoeopathy in the treatment of BPH in terms of clinical improvement as well as diagnostic parameters. On the basis of encouraging results of in-house treatment data, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) funded a research project to work on patients of BPH which has been successfully completed in year 2009. The outcome data of patients treated at GCCHR is as under:

Total cases of BPH – 658


Status of Patients No. of Patients Percentage
1 Cured



2 Improving



3 Status Quo



4 Not Improving