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Att Kadwa: tooth extraction

Hallo again
Firstly I just would like to say thank you again for your prompt and professional replies. You have greatly helped the health of my family.
My wisdom tooth has to be extracted next week. As I have a heart mitric valve prolapse I am usually prescribed strong antibiotics before and after any procedure that involves bleeding in order to protect my heart from infection. I would like to avoid antibiotics which i havent taken for years but I dont want to risk infection. What do u suggest?
  elstrom73 on 2010-07-01
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You may take a single dose of Arnica 200c one hour before tooth extraction.
Then second dose of Arnica 200c after tooth extraction.
First dose of Hypericum 200c 2 hours after second dose of Arnica 200c.
Second dose of Hypericum 200c 2 hours after the first dose of Hypericum 200c.
If the bleeeding doesn't stop you may take some 3 doses of Phos 200c at a gap of 4 hours.
On the next day you may take Ledum Pal 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours.
kadwa 9 years ago

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