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Broken Hand


I am new here, and was hoping to get some help from some of the experts on here.

I have broken the 5th metacarpal (pinky one) in my hand 3 times in the last two months. Bascially I have broken it, and each time uring recovery and healing it has re-broken again.

Is there anything I can get to try to do in order to speed up the ealing and recovery process?

Both times I have re-broken it, it was because i was clenching my fist hand, not out of anger but because it felt tight and I heard it snap and it was quite painful and sore after the re-breaks.

I know that homeopathics, etc may not be the best option for this, but I have no medical insurance nor the money to get my hand fixed.


Andrew C
  andrewc on 2008-12-27
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symphytom q 10 drops twice daily in one fourth cup of water after dinner and lunch ruta 30 evening dose cal phos 6x twice daily all for one month
akshaymohl last decade
symphytom q 10 drops in one fourth cup of water twice daily ruta 30 one dose evening cal phos 6x twice daily all for one month
akshaymohl last decade
thank you, i appreciate your help and insight
andrewc last decade
Hello Mr.Andrew. Symphytom
is a good nutrient (please refer the encyclo on net) but it has some constituents not suitable for human digestion. Better use it in 30c (standard for broken bones : 30c one dose per day)along with other medicines recommended by Dr.Akmohla .
sorahamsha last decade
Try NOT clenching your hand (for any reason) - that might help. Dunno.
ratherobvious last decade

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