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Nasal Bones Injury - For Homeopathic Doctors , dr.deoshlok sharma and others

Please someone advice me if a bony bump on the bridge of the nose and a very slight deformity of the bone (from roundy to square) could be healed using a homeopathic remedy...?

I look forward to your kind advice.

Joe Morales
Practising Homeopathic Student.

Re: injury to nasal bridge From deoshlok on 2011-10-25
required photographs of the effected area and other detail...
history of injury ...

dr.deoshlok sharma

Dr Deoshlok,

I Have been hit on the nose while playing football. As far as i remember i have been injured many times although, it did not bleed at any point. Naturally my nose was really thin but following the injury the nasal bones bace thick and the nose is out of shape, with excess skin and huge nostrills. There is a bony bump on the bony part of the nose, and the nose lost its shape. The tip of the nose is a bit downward due to the heaviness of the upper bone. I am 28 yrs old but this looks really terrible on me, and my confidence is totally lost. please help me.

Please suggest, and here is a picture for you to consider.


Joe Morales
Homeopathic Student.
  joemorales on 2011-10-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
pls continue the following medicine...

1. Arnica Mont 6 early in the morning empty stomcah (Except sunday)
2. Symphytum 1M weekly one dose of 2 drops (every sunday morning)

continue for long time... or till get ride off..

dr. deoshlok sharma

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