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trigeminal neuralgia perhaps?

I had a bout of shingles on the right side of my neck 2 months ago and after the antiviral treatment was done my teeth on the right side of my face started becoming extremely sensitive.This started slowly and has now become much worse.
Last night I massaged the area in front of my right ear where the trigeminal nerve supposedly starts and I started getting a horrible toothache that was not localized to one molar.Half the teeth on the right side/top row and half on the lower row were all hurting.Throbbing pain.Pain killers would not do anything so I used a cloth,some hot water and epsom salt on the area in front of my ear and then the pain went away.
Am I suffering from trigeminal neuralgia because of a shingles attack I had 2 months ago?
I have never had a problem like this before.Please help.I love homeopathy but dont know where to start.Thank you.
  shopup on 2014-02-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
nux vom 200 ,5 pills on day one half an hr before dinner,dont repeat.

kali phos 6x ,5tabs three times a day from day 2.

mag phos 6x, ,5tabs three times a day from day 2
all medicines be taken half an hr before meals.

feed back after 2 days.
anuj srivastava 8 years ago
Hi Anuj, thanks for your prompt reply.I will try this remedy but can you elaborate to pique my curiosity as to how this works?Thank you.
shopup 8 years ago
give me a feed back and will let you know.
anuj srivastava 8 years ago
thanks.nux vomica 200 is 200x or 200c?
shopup 8 years ago
200 c
anuj srivastava 8 years ago

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