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Acute Blepharitis, seeking advice.

I have had Blepharitis for a month, was treated by 4 medical doctors, one after the other,
the last one gave me Prednisone. It did not cure. I am in pain, eyes itching, hot compresses do help, but the eye lids are raw and I don't think I should do more. Just got ACONITE 30C, but do not know how often and how much to take. Advice appreciate from anyone who has experienced it.
  lillyri on 2019-02-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I need a very deep and and detailed history/symptoms. In your own words. ++ answers below ones as well .........
A) constipation history if any B) headache if any. C) must select one option weakness or restlessness, which is more ?
D) your detailed daily routine, like active or sadantry life style etc ... E) what experts say about it ? F) Any addiction of tobacco, or alcohol, or meat or any vaccinations .. G) do you feel cold in body or hot ? H) feel more thirsty or thirstless ? I) When pain or suffering aggravates ?
[Edited by Ibrahim3 on 2019-02-17 22:39:23]
Ibrahim3 11 months ago

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