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Hypericum for nerve pain? Dosing?

Hello, is there a doctor that can help?

My cat has some nerve pain in her front leg due to a blood clot injury. We used Arnica 30c immediately and she was able to walk again within a couple of hours. Eventually Arnica did not seem to work any longer but she still has pain. The vet says the nerves have to grow back and that can take months.

I've been researching and I see that Hypericum is good for this (and she sits with her head pulled back and is worse from 6-10 p.m.).

Please help with Hypericum dosing, unless there is a more suitable remedy.

Also, I am concerned, because I read online that Hypericum will interfere with anesthesia and my cat is going in for surgery in 8 days to remove the cause of the blood clot. Is this true? I only found one reference to this online, but I certainly don't want to give Hypericum prior to surgery if it will interfere with the anesthesia.

Thank you kindly for your help.
 
  emeraldbridges on 2016-01-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hypericum 30 should relieve her nerve pain. Lachesis 30 should remove the clot. No effect on anesthesia whatever.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you, Dr. Kadwa-

Do I alternate these remedies or do one first and then the other?

It has been 5 weeks since the clot.
 
emeraldbridges 4 years ago
You may take both the remedies twice a day.
 
kadwa 4 years ago

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