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Swelling, clotted and painful hand veins after injection cannula remaoval

My wife got hypergastric and problem last month.. we went to hospital in emergency..In hospital nurse put up a injection cannula on my wife hand on area above fingers.. They gave injections like voveran, buscopan, pantoprozole etc. and also give the glucose... problem resolved and they removed cannula same day.. But from that time there is pain in hand and inside veins from elbow to fingers.
From finger to wrist veins seems swelled and tightened... Too much pain even by applying a little small pressure on hand. since last 7 days some clots are
also appearing inside veins. She can work a little by her that hand.

Is it serious problem?..

I consulted a local allopath doctor he says that u have to apply a cream and have to take medicines..

But i want homeopathic treatment as i myself never takes allopathic medicines even for headache and whenever required take
homeopathic medicines since last 10 years.

Her details are:

Age : 26
Height: 5.2"
Complexion: Fair
Gets angry easily.
Have gastric problem after cesarean delivery (since last 2 years)

dear Dr. Kadwa, Dr.Mehfooz, Dr.Nawaz, Dr.Simone, Dr.Reva, Dr.Rishimbha or any dear Doctor please help me.
[Edited by ankit111 on 2017-06-02 18:05:50]
  ankit111 on 2017-06-02
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Please give her ledum 30 and hypericum 30 twice a day for a week.
kadwa 5 years ago

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