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bad pain in surgery sight

My 70 year old husband had leg bypass surgery 2 months ago. No complications. Has a scar from his ankle to just above the groin.. He has been on Percocet since the surgery, but Dr. won't renew the prescription. We know it's addictive.He says its the only thing that takes the pain away. On a scale of 1-10, he says it's about a 6.
Is there anything homeopathic he can take? I have given him Arnica,and a few other things which don't work.
Thanks so much.
  barb.chadha on 2009-04-28
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please see if staphysagria or hypericum could help.
kadwa last decade
Looks there is clotting and blood has got accumulated in that area. Can you tell me what is the colour of the scar?

Dr. RSG (A/M)
Rajendra last decade
I too agree with dr. rajendra. and first preference should be staph.30 ( 3 drops per dose ) thrice a day.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
I aked for the colour of the skin (Scar) to decide the remedy. Patient can answer.
Rajendra last decade
The places that the scar hurts are dark purplish red. The rest of the scar is hardly visible.
Also it is swollen in those areas, plus swollen slightly from the ankle down.
barb.chadha last decade
first take : lacheses 1 m one dose once only.

after 48 hours apis 30 three times a day for 3 days.

report after that.
Rajendra last decade
before I order the remedies, I would like to order at the same time: when my husband lived in India, he took influenzine(sp?) when he felt flu coming on. Knocked it right out. We took it here in US too.Great! My friend is traveling to Ecuador in June and is afraid of Swine Flu. Can she take the same thing-and what dosages?
Thanks so much.
barb.chadha last decade

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