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Tooth abscess - Retreated Root Canal

Had a root canal retreated for the second time because of tooth abscess.
Had a gum surgery as well to clean the root area from abscess. After one year from surgery Abscess has come back. I don't feel like doing a third root canal, plus removing the crown. Tooth is sensitive to touch. No abscess drainage at all. Small but sharp pain. X-Ray shows clearly that tip of the root is infected. Have been taking Silicea 30X for 4 days now as indicated on the label, 4 pallets three times a day. I'm afraid because of no drainage pressure is building on the tooth from Silicea. I have been taking liquid drops of Echinacea and Goldenseal, three times a day 30 drops. No improvement. Please help!!!!
 
  altinluli on 2012-01-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please take hekla lava 6 in the morning and evening for 5 days and see whether it helps.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
Thanks for your suggestion.
I have tried Hekla Lava as you advised.
Tooth feels a little better now.
It feels like there is a little improvement.
When i touch it still feels soft. Pain has stopped.
I plan to take an X-ray and see if there is visible improvement.
Any other suggestion??? Should I continue with hekla lava? Or should I stop taking it and move to something else? Thanks
 
altinluli 7 years ago
i hope that you have taken hekla lava 6 in the morning and evening for 5 days. Now please take it only in the evening for another 5 days and see how it affects.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
I took twice a day, morning and evening Hekla lava 6. As a dose i took 5 round pills at a time.
Hope that is the correct dosage as written on the bottle.
I will try 5 more evenings.
Thanks
 
altinluli 7 years ago
You may take 5 pills. I advise 2 pills as it costs less!! Dose size doesn't matter in homeopathy.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
I took 5 more days the hekla lava dose. I had the xray done today. None to Little improvement. The infection looks almost the same. There is no drainage because the infection is at the root of the tooth. The dentist told me that the tooth is ok. The filling of the root is good. But keeping the infection in the gum is not a good idea..... Before I can think of another intervention, I would like to try other remedies if there are any.
Please let me know if there are any other options. Thanks
 
altinluli 7 years ago
There was some pain before taking Hekla lava and there was sensitiveness to touch, whether it has come back?
 
kadwa 7 years ago
Apart from random pain during the day, not very intense; for the most part pain is gone. Tooth is still sensitive to touch. Xray shows the infection still.
There is no drainage of the abscess.
 
altinluli 7 years ago
If dr. Kadwa agrees please take Myristica-200 (5 drops morning and afternoon) and Staph-200 at night for 4 days and post response.


dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman 7 years ago
Please follow Dr Mehfooz and report back. Myristica is a good suggestion. Dr Mehfooz likes alternating two remedies. Many do so but they don't suggest such regimens on forums to avoid hot discussions.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
You can try Allium Sat Q 30 drops 3 times a day
 
jerryacu 7 years ago
Please explain the commercial name for:

Staph-200
and
Allium Sat Q

Because I cant find it with this name. I found the mystica 200
Please advice.
 
altinluli 7 years ago

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