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trigeminal neuralgia

Hi i am wondering if anyone could give me some advice on this. My mother has left sided facial pain, at the moment the docter has her on neurotin with adverse side effects. We are looking for alternative methods. She finds some relief with heat packs.
 
  twigs on 2008-05-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
please describe the pains and its modalities.

also, please tell us, what started the pains, exact locations and any other concurrent physical or mental symptoms.

describe the general nature of the patient, likes and dislikes etc.
 
rishimba last decade
it is severe when eating, talking and laughing. the pains started after a procedure to unblock tear ducts.pain is between cheek and upper nasal area. she is a very highly strung person that stresses alot
 
twigs last decade
give ACONITE 30C every 3 to 4 hours till the pain subsides.

once a response is seen, please stop the remedy.
 
rishimba last decade
Blocked tear ducts respond to Silicea. The pain in the head will also go away with it.

Suggestion:

Start with Silicea 30 ...every two hours ..until better...then begin to reduce frequency...gradually taper off and stop.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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