I stepped on something about a week ago when I was walking barefoot in my kitchen. I felt a sharp shooting pain in the fleshy part of my big toe. I tried to see if there was something stuck in my foot, but I don't see anything in there (maybe it's something microscopic?)
Anyway, I can't put any pressure on my toe anymore. It's all swollen and it only hurts when I put pressure on it. The nerves are VERY sensitive there. There is a small white mark where the puncture was, and it's extremely sensitive to the touch. It looks like there's some puss in there too, maybe it's getting infected.
I thought I should take hypericum 30C one time and silica 30C for 7 days to expel whatever is in my foot.
1. Is this the right remedy?
2. If so, how long should I wait between taking the hypericum and the silica?
3. If it's not right, what should I take?
joker790 on 2007-06-02
parachute last decade
If the relief is not total, then hypericum , again max. six doses.
If it hurts still, silecia.
Stop further medication, at the stage you feel comfortable. All the three medicines may not be required.
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
Murthy: What dose should I take of the following?
2. If that doesn't work: hypericum
3. If that doesn't work: Silecia?
joker790 last decade
sajjadakram635 last decade
Thanks for the replies so far!
Update: I had an x-ray on my toe this morning, and they said there's nothing in there. I can't imagine why it's swollen, red, and extremely painful (I can't walk on the toe) if there's nothing in it.
I was only able to aquire LEDUM 30C. I took one gobule 15 minutes a part for a total of 3 gobules this morning.
Should I take 3 more gobules tomorrow as well? It was 8 hours ago and I still don't have any relief.
joker790 last decade
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