Help for a case ....
"I am a 38 years old female. 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 similar to Postherpetic neuralgia, caused by the same virus. All facial/brain scans came out clear. A year with homeopathy cured me.
Then in July, last year, 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 got much much better. Off and on I had the pain flare up for a few days then go down, and stay almost non existant for a few weeks. Any kind of stress/overwork seemed to bring it on. Different homeopathic medication kept it under control....the most effective one was Hypericum.
Around the same time of my recurance of neuralgia, I developed constant pain in my last fingers and toes...now a little better with homeo.
The only other recurring complaint that I have is sinus. Sometimes this seems to bring on the tooth ache , sometimes not.
I had a master check up in July last year, everything but my tooth was normal. Here againt the scans showed nothing wrong. The dctors told me it was neuralgia again.
Last week I got my neuralgic pain again. Tried hypericum for a few days. no relief. Then tried Camomilla - no relief for a week now. Am getting desperate.
What to do?
Also, as the complaint seems stress induced, is there somethign I can constantly take for stress?"
new2town on 2006-01-15
Righ side is mostly Ok - sometimes mild pain/tingle.
new2town last decade
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