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SAME PROTOCOL.
FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
REGARDS.
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, noted, will do so, thanks. Regards.
 
mork 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you have been keeping well.
Current protocol: Calc Phos 6X 3x/d, Kali Mur 6X 3/d, Secale Cor 30C 3x/d & Pot Alum massage.
Abscess: Mild short duration ache on 2nd molar LL tooth at wakeup and at times through the day. Pus & sometimes blood drains from abscess orifice area daily.
Raynaud’s: No new chilblains. Some fingers & toes turn blue/grey in colour when cold.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Some more new locations now in addition to the earlier ones with occasional mild itching.
Many thanks.
Keep safe and enjoy your weekend. Regards
 
mork 8 months ago
Stop Secale let the rashes subside,then restart.Rest no change.Feedback after a week .

Regards.
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, noted, will stop Secale Cor for now. Thanks. Regards.
 
mork 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you are well.
Current protocol: Calc Phos 6X 3x/d, Kali Mur 6X 3/d & Pot Alum massage.
Abscess: Mild short duration ache at wakeup & at times thru the day on 2nd molar LL tooth. Pus & sometimes blood drains daily from abscess orifice area.
Raynaud’s: When a bit cold some fingers & toes turn blue/grey in colour.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Itching more severe now particularly in early mornings and late evenings so as it has not yet subsided have not resumed with Secale Cor. Itch was so bad last night that felt like scratching the skin off in two places. At this rate will need to apply an anti-itch/mild steroid cream soon unless I can find some alternative recommendations. Unable to identify if there is any increase in locations at this stage – but so far this does not seem to be the case.
Many thanks.
Keep safe and have a lovely weekend. Regards
 
mork 8 months ago
DO NOT APPLY ANY CREAM.YOU WANT TO SCRATCH UNTIL IT BLEEDS?IT IS A SYMPTOM.
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, noted, I had not realised that this qualifies as a symptom. Okay so I need to scratch to pacify the itch, even if it bleeds. Thanks, regards.
 
mork 8 months ago
Coffea 30 three times a day.Stop Secale.Rest no change

Feedback after 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, noted thanks. Have ordered Coffea just now and due to weekend it will arrive Tues~Fri so will provide update after using it for 4 days. Regards.
 
mork 8 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you have been keeping well.
Current protocol: Coffea 30C 3x/d [taken for 4 days now], Calc Phos 6X 3x/d, Kali Mur 6X 3/d & Pot Alum massage.
Abscess: Mild brief ache at wakeup and occasionally thru the day on 2nd molar LL tooth. Pus & blood drains from abscess orifice area.
Raynaud’s: Warm to hot weather now so no more issues on this. Will stop reporting on it going forward.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Rash spots still present with some itching though not as severe as it was a week ago. At this stage not yet noticed any reduction/increase in locations.
Thank you. Keep safe and enjoy your day. Regards
 
mork 7 months ago
Same protocol.Feedback after a week in addition make a mouth wash of KREOSOTUM Q and Plantago Q.Add two drops of each in two ounce of water,whenever you want to rinse mouth.Three to four times a day.

Feedback after a week.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-06-14 14:41:38]
 
anuj srivastava 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, noted will continue with current protocol and add mouth rinse. Thanks. Regards.
 
mork 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you are well.
Current protocol: Coffea 30C 3x/d, Calc Phos 6X 3x/d, Kali Mur 6X 3/d, Pot Alum massage & Kreo Q + Plan Q mouth gargle.
Abscess: At wake up and at times thru the day a mild brief ache on 2nd molar LL tooth. Some pus & blood drains from abscess orifice area.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Rash spots still present with some itching which seems to get worse at night, possibly due to the warmer climate.
Many thanks. Keep safe and have a great week. Regards
 
mork 7 months ago
Same protocol.

Feedback after a week.

Please get Hepar Sulph 6c in the meantime.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-06-03 04:20:41]
 
anuj srivastava 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you are keeping well.
Current protocol: Coffea 30C 3x/d, Calc Phos 6X 3x/d, Kali Mur 6X 3/d, Pot Alum massage & Kreo Q + Plan Q mouth gargle.
Abscess: Mild brief ache on 2nd molar LL tooth at wake up and at times during the day. Pus & some blood drains from abscess orifice area.
Other modalities
Skin rash: No noticeable change on rash spots and itching.
Many thanks. Keep safe and enjoy your day. Regards
 
mork 7 months ago
Start Hepar Sulph 6c three times a day.

Stop KM have Kali Phos 6x instead ones a day only.

Feedback after 7 days.
 
anuj srivastava 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, change noted. Revised protocol: Hepar Sulph 6C 3x/d, Kali Phos 6X 1x/d, Coffea 30C 3x/d, Calc Phos 3x/d, Alum Pot massage & Kreo Q + Plan Q mouth gargle. Thanks. Regards
[Edited by mork on 2020-06-08 18:17:49]
 
mork 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you are well.
Current protocol: Hepar Sulph 6C 3x/d, Kali Phos 6X 1x/d, Coffea 30C 3x/d, Calc Phos 3x/d, Alum Pot massage & Kreo Q + Plan Q mouth gargle.
Abscess: No noticeable change – a brief mild ache on 2nd molar LL tooth both at wake up and at various times during the day. Pus & blood drains from abscess orifice area.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Some rash spots have reduced in size and itching is also a bit less now.
Thank you. Keep safe and have a lovely week. Regards
 
mork 7 months ago
I am surprised that with the best dental protocol the ailment still persists.Potash Alum has also failed to stop the discharge.

Any way continue same protocol and a feedback after a week .
 
anuj srivastava 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, yes noted and concern understood. I’ve been wondering why the residual infection simply won’t go away.
Could it be because the infection is in the jaw bone just below the root of the tooth? If so should it then be classified as a bone abscess rather than a dental abscess and would this then generate a different selection of homeopathic remedies? Regards.
 
mork 7 months ago
WHAT DOES THE DENTAL X RAY REVEAL?
 
anuj srivastava 7 months ago
Hi Anuj. The OPG taken shows a periapical radiolucency associated with this tooth and a sinus tract present and open on the left neck. Regards.
 
mork 7 months ago
Hi Anuj, hope you have been keeping well.
Current protocol: Hepar Sulph 6C 3x/d, Kali Phos 6X 1x/d, Coffea 30C 3x/d, Calc Phos 3x/d, Alum Pot massage & Kreo Q + Plan Q mouth gargle.
Abscess: Brief mild ache on 2nd molar LL tooth at wake up and at various times during the day. Pus & blood drains from abscess orifice area. No noticeable changes.
Other modalities
Skin rash: Some rash spots now gone and itching on remaining few is quite mild.
Any thoughts on the description from the OPG ?
Thank you. Keep safe and have a great week. Regards.
 
mork 6 months ago
Stop Coffea.Add Calc Flour 30 five drops three times a day.Rest no change.
 
anuj srivastava 6 months ago
Hi Anuj, change noted. Have ordered Calc Fluor 30 and will commence on receipt.
Thank you, regards.
 
mork 6 months ago

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