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anyone - please help me - mom suffering from itching from shingles

My mom has been suffering from Post Shingle Itching for over a year now.
It is a non-stopping itching. She is suffering so much. Even when I scratch it it's still itching. We have spent thousands of dollars with no relief. Can anyone tell me anything.
  A Leap Of Faith on 2004-04-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
A year???? Allopathic medicine may have suppressed the Shingles. If a homeopathic remedy brings it to the surface, it will also heal it.


These are some remedies to choose, maybe all in a combo. 200X

Mezereum is a all body itch or just in spots...scalp is affected.
Hypericum is for all nerve endings.
Lycopodium is worse from warmth. A lot of stomach gas and problems.
Carbo veg is good for the older
person. Itching in warm bed.
Ruta Grav. many body pains.
Urtica Urens is many types if itching and is severe. May be an itch from suppression from some meds.

Keep us posted...SABRA
sabra last decade
Hey you can also try Sulfur 200, and see what happens
kalibrom last decade
Hi, when I had shingles as an 18 year old, used Bach Rescue Remedy cream and 100% silk against skin - all other cloths irritated. Helped ease the itching. It took 19 months for symtpoms to disappear completely. Used no pharmaceuticals. That was 20 years ago, no recurrence.
new student last decade

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