Abscess on legGood evening, can any skilled homeopath here advice me on how to proceed with an abscess on the leg which was treated with hepar Sulph then silicea 200. The abscess has almost no pus it it now and swelling has reduced though some slight redness is visible especially after exertion. No pain either except if happened to walk for quite a time.
I also want to know how to prevent reoccurrence of abscess as this is the second one in less than two months.
I also noticed a connection between the patients cough and abscess as he used to get frequents bouts of cough and asthma attacks and now once these abscess started all respiratory symptoms has almost diminished.
Thank you for taking the time to answer my question....
simple on 2014-09-15
i would suggest to give low dose of sulphur say 30c daily once for three days & watch for a week or so & if any sort of erruption or boil appears anywhere on the body start giving hepar sulp 3 06 (whichever you can get) & myristica 3 or 6 alternately two times each till 4-5 days & allow the boil to suppurate & open up.
meanwhile you may get the fasting blood sugar tested to rule out diabetes.
daktersaab 5 years ago
Silicea 200 was given 6 days back, prior to silicea he couldn't walk and pain was unbearable.
Now he is walking without trouble. As you suggest now I will give him sulphur, my fear is another abscess may occur, I wouldn't wish that to happen. Will a certain potency of sulphur be more gentle and with no aggravations? And will sulphur help in drying up the open abscess.
I feel it became better to a certain point then it's just staying still.
One more question, has sulphur to be given in a specific time ?
Thank you & I appreciate clarifying my confusion.
simple 5 years ago
Detoxing the body is a must so do not worry about boils.
daktersaab 5 years ago
mahmoodjnu 5 years ago
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