Blepharitis - in search of homeopathic remedy!Hello,
I recently got a diagnosis of Blepharitis from my optometrist (2 days ago).
My symptoms are:
- Irritated eyes
- Swollen eyelids
- Redness of eyes/eyelids
- Flaky/crusted eyelashes
- Sensitivity to light/wind
- Dryness of eyes
- Watery eyes
These symptoms are more prominent in my left eye in particular. I have gotten sties for years in my left eye, and never in my right eye.
My optometrist has recommend the usual warm compresses, as as well as daily cleansing of the eyelids with eyelid cleaning solutions.
She has also prescribed a steroid eye drop for 10 days to suppress the irritation.
I have not yet begun using these drops.
It would be wonderful to have a homeopathic remedy for this problem rather than using the steroids. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
- 27 yrs old
- 5' 10'
- 150 lbs - thin/medium build
- Not on any medications
junaidkhan on 2011-05-08
You please try out BELLADONNA 30c & STAPHSAGRIA 30c alternately two doses of each medicine with a gap of about four hours each.For 10 days.
You may put pure Rosewater GULABARI (Dabur product) as eye drop twice in a day in both the eyes.Wish you happy winking!!!
daktersaab 9 years ago
Thank you very much for the advice. Should I get back to you with results?
Also, can you please explain in more detail exactly how to take the doses.
junaidkhan 9 years ago
as for the medicine you may take in the dose of about 5 pills under the tongue & let it dissolve & please do not take any food or drink for at least 30 minutes before & after the medicine.Also you should not touch the pills.you may take it on a piece of clean white paper or in the cap of the bottle of the medicine.I hope you I have clarified your doubts.
daktersaab 9 years ago
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