Heel Spur - Similar Aggravation from PulsatillaHello,
My wife(age 33) has a heel spur since last 16 months. The mistake(probably) we did was that she was given a cartizone shot in her feet. After that it was okay for apprx 3 months, but came back with venegeance since last 3 months.
Based on some readings on this forum, and materia medica, I gave her Pulsatilla 200C administerd in sugar pellets.
Looking at the symptoms, I seek advice on potency/dosage/frequency. Also let me know if Im totally tangential, and should try with some other medicine.
Following is the dosage, and the change in symptoms:
Day 1: Pulsatilla 200C. She started feeling better in next one hour. The effect remained for 24 hours, and then she was in the same stage as before.
Day 2: Pulsatilla 200C. The pain in her heel aggravated in next 1 hour. The aggravation remained for a day, and then settled in relief that was experienced on day 1. After that, heel pain soon became same as Day 0. I concluded that the frequency must probably be reduced. So thought of skipping 2 days.
Day 4: Calc Flour 1M. No observable changes.
Day 5: Pulsatilla 200C. The pain in her heel aggravated in next 1 hour. The aggravation remained for a day, and then settled in relief that was experienced on day 1. But soon she was back to square one. She had the same pain that was there on Day 0.
We think that the aggravation experienced after Pulsatilla is in simillium to the pain she has in the heel. Please advice.
Mannish on 2008-03-28
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