Atypical Facial Neuralgia Page 7 of 6
Good evening anuj!
First of all I have to say that my skin problem with my red cheeks has much improved over the last weeks. Normally they turned really red and felt hot after going from a cold into a hot room. Even after eating a warm meal my cheeks began to flush afterwards for hours. It's deep winter here in Austria and normally my skin is very sensitive to the cold weather but since I took Belladonna I don't have this problem anymore it's nearly completely gone. I've tried many creams and medicines over the years but nothing gave me such good results.
The bad news is, that my atypical trigeminal neuralgia is still present. Constant pulling cramping pain in upper and lower left jaw that radiates to the molar tooth area and sometimes even to the
ear. There is always this background pain like when you hit your thumb with a hammer really annoying and these tics in the cheek muscles with twitching. Did we not find the right remedy until now or is my chronic pain resistant to homeopathy? I feel a little depressed about thinking to live with that a life long.
[Edited by survivor2 on 2019-01-07 16:41:57]
survivor2 2 weeks ago
♥ anuj srivastava 2 weeks agoIs belladonna for nerve pain? How often should I take the medicines and in what gap? Stop lachesis and mag. phos? Thank you
survivor2 2 weeks ago
♥ anuj srivastava 2 weeks agoCONTINUE FOR 4 DAYS AND GIVE A FEED BACK.
♥ anuj srivastava last weekIt's still an up and down with the pain. Warmth and eating can reduce it for a short time but it always returns.
survivor2 2 days agoAS COMPARED TO BEFORE HOW IS IT?
start merc sol 30,three times a day.
nat mur 6x & mag phos to be continued.
feedback after 4 days
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2019-01-22 01:20:19]
♥ anuj srivastava 2 days agoIt's hard to say because the pain can vary every day in intensity and region on the left side. But mostly the upper jaw is hurting with a chronic dull ache and boring pain. Sometimes it can hurt more in teeth and gum area. Muscle cramps with tics are still present. The description of Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia in the internet matches my symptoms perfectly. Because of the different symptoms it has doctors often confound it with other disorders.
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