Ganglion under my wristAbout a month ago I was kept up at night with a shooting stabbing pain in my wrist just under the thumb. A few days ago, I noticed a ganglion about half an inch in diameter in the same location which aches slightly from time to time.
I am currently wearing a wrist brace, which seems to have slightly reduced the size. I am a web programmer, so I type for my job. I do not have carpel tunnel syndrome, however, a random finger on either hand tends to inflame for a few days every couple of months.
I am 28, not very active, and have a mediocre diet, deficient mostly in fruits and vegetables, though I do eat them in small quantities. I sleep 7 - 8 hours a night (sometimes 9 on the weekends).
Any advice on a remedy, strength, and quantity would be much appreciated.
NJLaPrell on 2009-01-27
1peelt 30c in some water stir--1 teaspon dsoe---one dose only after stopping coffees teas---colas-caffeine stuff
if does good---then repeat with dose 200c after 1st dos efect wears--cold be hour --dyas--if helps but keeps returning--then either some factor in life blockig or ruta only patial homoeopathic--
alsoif any new symptoms (never had before in life ) after dose then no repeat--allow things settle retake case
dont mean complicate for --some will have u repeat ---just keep in mind what is mentioned above--no matter how u appraoch--new symptoms-aggravtion of any sort--amelioration in any way---no repeat remedy--this is good guide
♡ John Stanton last decade
Here I am almost a year later and I had some pretty severe wrist pain a few weeks back. The ganglion popped up again, so I have ordered more ruta and will repeat the process.
Thank you VERY much for the help. Its too bad general practitioners prefer going right to the needle.
NJLaPrell last decade
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