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tooth abcess before and after root canal treatment

Hi. I had root canal treatment on my top left-side 1st large molar approx three months ago after a old filling cracked, and a abcess formed on my gum and inside cheek. The abcess was drained and antibiotics prescribed by my dentist. x-rays were fine and a crown was placed over the tooth approx three weeks ago. i still feel a small bump and concerned that the abcess has not fully cleared up/ healed, it is not inflamed or painful. i would be glad of your advise and recommendation of a homeopathic remedy to help with this problem.

Thank you
  alfie12 on 2012-07-26
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nawazkhan 7 years ago
warm summer
tooth abcess approx 3 months
desire for sweet/sour/salt all equal amounts
no thirst
no change in tongue or taste both normal
normal blood pressure
small abcess bump left-sided 1st large molar gum and inside cheek
overall well being well,fit n healthy
healing takes time/thinking of alternative remedy such as homeopathic
cracked filling was upsetting
left hand on cheek wishing bump would go away
antibiotics amoxillin 3 months ago, seasalt mouthwash,oil-pulling, garlic capsules
indian origin
college educated
protein foods chicken lean red meat fish veg,dairy cheese eggs milk, tea.
mild tempered,
cool calm n collected
abcess small bump left upper gum n inside cheek
no discharge,no colour change,colour same as inside mouth
period 28 july
not pregnant.
i have 5 amalgam fillings n a crown on tooth concerned.
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alfie12 7 years ago

Please take Staphysagria 200C, 4 drops mixed in 1/4 glass of mineral water, One Dose every 3rd day, for 2 weeks.

Report progress after 2 days.

Many prayers for your good health.
nawazkhan 7 years ago
Thank you. i will take the Staphysagria as you advised and report back to you after 2 days.
alfie12 7 years ago
Good luck.
nawazkhan 7 years ago
hi. i purchased Staphysagria 30C
as 200C was out of stock at my local homeopathic clinic. i have placed an order for the 200C. in the meantime i would like to start taking Staphysagria 30C please advise on dosage.

thank you
alfie12 7 years ago
4 drops mixed in 1/4 glass of mineral water, 3 times a day, for 3 days.
nawazkhan 7 years ago
Thank you. ur help is greatly appreciated.
alfie12 7 years ago
You are welcome! Stay blessed!
nawazkhan 7 years ago
hi. i have been taking the Staphysagria 30c,3 times,for 3 days.the abcess bump has reduced in size, feels like a tiny bead slight pain when pressure is applied with tongue. please advise on next step.

Thank you
alfie12 7 years ago

Please try to get 200C asap.

Also, take Ars Alb. 200C, one daily dose for 4 days.

Do you feel feverish? Any swelling? Any food items that disturb the effected area?

More prayers for you.
nawazkhan 7 years ago
hi. thank you for your reply. i should receive the staphysagria 200c soon.in the mean time should i continue taking the staphysagria 30c?
when and how should i take the ars alb 200c dose?

thank you for your prayers n help
alfie12 7 years ago

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