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Spinal card injury

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Iam from India writing on behalf of my father in law, who is aged 73 years. 10days before he fell in toilet, due to this he felt severe pain in the back, after consulting local Dr, got MRI scan & Dr. advised 2 months bed rest

The MRI report is as under.

1)Fracture of D11 vertibral body with no significant retropulsion of fracture fragments.

2)Marrow edema at L4-5 indenting anterior thecal sac and bilateral traversing nerve roots.



I found advice on abc homeopathy and started giving him HYPERICUM 30 every six hours in the form of white pills since 4 days, still continueing but no noticiable relief found.



He suffers/shouts too much with the pain & needs help to visit bath room only once in a day to have cleansing of body. He can turn both the sides on the bed freely, but he can not sit on the chair, kindly advise us good medication so that he can come out of the severe pain due to which his in take of food also gone down.



we will be very much greatful to you all doctors,

Thanking you,



Ramesh Desai
 
  RADE00C2 on 2014-05-11
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Take Symphytum Q (mother tincture) 7 drops in some 30ml water thrice.
Also add Calc Phos 6x 3 tabs thrice.

Keep update us.
 
drkashif 6 years ago
Thanx Dr.kashif for your early reply, shall I continue HYPERICUM 30 along the medicines or shall I stopgiving HYPERICUM 30 pl clarify
 
RADE00C2 6 years ago
Hypericum should be continued.
 
drkashif 6 years ago
Thanx Dr. started medicines from 12/5/14, & let you know the progress
 
RADE00C2 6 years ago

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