Trapped Femoral nerveHello
My mother is experiencing sharp pains down the front of her leg from the groin to the knee which is preventing her from walking very far and in some cases affecting her sleep.
She has been for a number of consultations and physiotherapy to which there is no firm diagnosis, possible trapped nerve in hip joint or back.
She is 71 and just over 5 feet tall and not overweight.
Anty Gel on 2012-09-15
a) Mag Phos 6x (Bio Chemic tablets or also called as Cell Salts)
b) Mag Carb 30 - in pellets or liquid dilution (liquid preferred)
Start with Mag Phos 6x first. Mix 3 tablets in 1 glass of water and make her drink this (when ever she wants to drink water). She should do this 3 to 5 times a day. Please report after 4 to 7 days.
[message edited by Reva V on Sat, 15 Sep 2012 14:04:35 BST]
♡ Reva V 8 years ago
I will buy these online and reply to you when she has taken these for a few days.
Anty Gel 8 years ago
My mother has now taken the Mag Phos for 4 - 7 days as recomended by you and has reported no change. Please let me know what we should do next.
Your kind attention is very much appreciated.
Anty Gel 7 years ago
Please answer the following questions, when you write back:
- is the pain getting worse after rest (like sitting after some time or in the early morning when walking out of bed)
- is the pain getting worse more by walking or working?
- when did this started? did she start with any new medicine just before this pain started?
♡ Reva V 7 years ago
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