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Toe injury - brake? Sprain?

This afternoon I hit my little toe against a doorframe. I was stressed and running around at the time. I heard a crack and then swelled up right away. I took Arnica right away but only had two pools left. It's throbbing and feels cold to me on the outside, but warm on the inside (?!). I'm feeling chilled. Having it elevated makes the pain worse. Trying to keep it really still and have it wrapped in gauze until I get to the doctor's tomorrow. I took Ruta and that temporarily stops the throbbing and then it starts again. Would Hypericum be better suited for it? Feeling upset and irritated, restless? Thirsty, but not interested in drinking. Tense. Feels like icicles are piercing the tip of my toe and then pulsating. It's not a direct pain though, more feels like the skin is being stretched by the pulsating, if that makes any sense? And it feels tense, would like to be able to feel like the muscles in the for could relax a little. Would like the pain to go down a little so I can relax and fall asleep.
[Edited by peas4 on 2019-06-16 02:11:26]
  peas4 on 2019-06-16
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try kali.mur 30c .. 4 drops twice a day in a separate disposable glass with some water in it. only for 2-3 days. take one dose in morning and other after two hours of dinner and go for a sleep. you can update after 2-3 days.
Gentle1 10 months ago

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