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Eyeball injury -- in pain


My son poked me in the eye while running towards me this morning and I have been in sheer pain since. It is the right eye that has been affected, very tender to touch, feels swollen and has reddened considerably. Heat makes it a little better but closing the eye makes it worse.
I took some Arnica (2 doses of 30C) but it hasn't helped. The pain is sharp and stinging like and the eye has been watering. Light bothers it and I have developed a headache from the pain too. It has been about 10 hours so the pain has lasted a long time.

Any suggestions? Hypericum or Symphtum or something else?

Thanks for any help.
  JMalik on 2008-11-07
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Take Armica 200 and Hypericum 200 in alteration , every half hour ....5 doses of each.

That should help in a big way.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Daisy43 last decade
You can use Belladonna 30c or 200c a few doses.
maheeru last decade
Thanks all.

I took a few doses of hypericum 30C which seemed to help considerably. I didn't take aconite or bella because these have blood in the eye as keynotes.

I also read in one of my books, that you can apply calendula (1 pillule of 30C dissolved in water) as eye drops -- I put one drop in the eye twice and I think this helped too.

Literally turned around the pain in a few hours.
JMalik last decade
Injury to any area of the body where there is concetration of a lot of nerves ....hypericum is the answer.

THe eye area has a collection of many nerves.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
*concentration (spelling correction).
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
please take SYMPHYTUM 12C every 4 hours.

as soon as the pain starts relieving, gradually lessen the frequency and stop when there is a significant relief.
rishimba last decade

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