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Nerve Tonic

Any nerve tonic for atypical neuralgia? Was prescribed MAg phos cell salts tht actually make me feel worse!
 
  new2town on 2005-11-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
can you brief your complain sign and symptom of disease
 
deoshlok last decade
The homoeopathic all drugs are woring on nerve only your sign and symptom will differicent the medicine.for that you have to write the sign and symptom of disease along with the mental statement of the patient.
anxity, anger,impatient, hurry, slowness, etc
dr.d.sharma
 
deoshlok last decade
am a 38 year old female, with 2 kids. 4 years ago I developed chicken pox. 2 years later, developed atypical neuralgia on the right side of my face, which the docs said was in y case similar to Postherpetic neuralgia, caused by the same virus. All facial scans came out clear. A year with homeopathy cured me. Then in July, I developed dental neuralgia - that makes one molar feel like it is always paining. Nothing was found wrong with the tooth. On bad days, the pain radiated to the front teeth or towards the neck. I was given 1M dose of Lycopodium. The pain is much much better. However around the same time of my recurance of neuralgia, I developed constant pain in my last 3 fingers and last 3 toes...none in thumb and pointer. What do I do? Aother recurring complaint that I have is sinus Otherwise no health issues- had a master check up in July, everything else normal. Any advice?
 
new2town last decade

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