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Sepia - Stabbing Jaw Pain

I am a 34 year old female with reoccurent facial herpes outbreaks on my nose twice a year. The outbreak is painless, does not itch and it is the size of a small grape and always appearing on the nose. I tried 1 dose for 2 days of Sepia 30c (10 pills) at the onset of the outbreak. 2 days later I started suffering from stabbing pain starting at the front of my right ear and shooting to the right side of my chin. My right upper and lower teeth and right side of tongue are very sensitive. Pain when chewing and right side of throat sensitive when swallowing. The pain is worse at night and even worse when I lie down. I have never experienced these symptoms with an outbreak before. I contracted this seven years ago. Outbreaks are brought on by fever, cold or stress. I do not have skin eruptions anywhere else. Mouth, lips and teeth are healthy. I am currently taking percocet for the pain at night. Not sure if I can counteract with some other remedy. Can someone advise?
 
  Jolei on 2009-01-30
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Appears to be a right sided neuralgic pain ..try Coffea Cruda 200....three doses in gaps of one hour.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
If your throat, lips, ear lobes , eye lids ,white of eye, external nose are very red / pinkish...then Belladona 200 will work.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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