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YES RESIDUAL INFECTION WAS THERE,WHEN THE X RAY WAS TAKEN,AND I THINK IT IS STILL THERE THAT IS WHY THE PAIN.WE WILL WAIT FOR A WEEK OR SO THEN DECIDE THE NEXT COURSE OF ACTION IF THE PAIN PERSISTS.
♥ anuj srivastava 5 months agoHi Anuj, Hope you are keeping well.
4th day update: on same protocol - 1 dose Hep Sulph every 2 days + 3 doses of Sil daily + 3 doses of Calc Fluor daily.
Soft tissue has shrunken some more with occasional release of very little blood.
New symptom - soft tissue area below the jaw bone is now mildly painful. Could this be a sign of it starting to heal ? Had no pain there previously. Lymph gland next to it is only slightly swollen but not painful.
Mild toothache on wakeup continues and recovers within a few hours.
Will continue with the same protocol as previously indicated unless you recommend otherwise. Thanks for your kind advice. Have a great day. Regards.
mork 5 months ago
mork 5 months agoHi Anuj, Hope you are well.
End of day 4 update: maintaining protocol of 1 dose Hep Sulph every 2 days + 3 doses of Sil daily + 3 doses of Calc Fluor daily.
Very interesting that over the past few days soft tissue fragmentation had become rapid [certainly a much faster rate than before] and is now shrunken a lot with very slight release of blood. Strangely though the soft tissue has a pin hole in it. Wonder if this means it is still draining/healing? Soft tissue/abscess area below the jaw bone is still mildly painful but only when pressure is applied to it, possibly due to there being an open wound there. Lymph gland next to it seems to have recovered slightly, almost normal now. Mild toothache on wakeup continues and recovers within a few hours, possibly due to a residual infection.
Looking forward to your kind advice on continuing with same protocol or otherwise. Thank you. Have an enjoyable weekend. Regards.
mork 5 months agoHi Anuj - Noted will continue accordingly, thank you.
One further update - this morning noted that there was no blood released from the abscess soft tissue but there was some pus [just a drop] that had drained out from it overnight.
Cheers. Have a lovely day & enjoy the world cup finals. Regards.
mork 5 months agoHi Anuj , hope you are keeping well.
4th day feedback : on protocol - 1 dose Hep Sulph every 2 days + 3 doses of Sil daily + 3 doses of Calc Fluor daily.
Over past three days there has been no further fragmentation/reduction in abscess soft tissue nor release of blood. Soft tissue is already quite well shrunken now. No noticeable swelling on abscess. There is however daily draining of small amounts of pus from it. Adjacent lymph gland seems normal. Jaw bone mildly painful only when pressure applied directly on abscess. Mild toothache on wake up occurs daily and recovers within a few hours.
Today received report of my last clinic visit on 22nd June when x-ray was taken. Report states that LL6 (LL2nd molar) has apical radiolucency. The diagnosis is apical acute periodontitis of the LL6 causing extra oral sinus tract infection. Infection may be coming from the tooth if it is a necrotic tooth.
Look forward to your further advice. Thank you. Have a lovely day. Regards.
mork 5 months agoSAME PROTOCOL ADVISED.
IN ADDITION START RINSING YOUR MOUTH WITH A MIXTURE OF KREOSOTUM Q AND PLANTAGO Q,3 DROPS OF EACH IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TO FOUR TIMES A DAY.
FEED BACK AS USUAL.
♥ anuj srivastava 5 months agoHi Anuj, Noted, in Q these are not readily available locally. Will arrange to get these remedies asap and add to the current protocol. Many thanks. Regards.
mork 5 months ago
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