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Wisdom Tooth has cyst

Hi

I have attached a copy of for the X-ray of my wife’s teeth she has a wisdom teeth with cyst on the left lower side and she has been recommended surgery to remove wisdom teeth and the cyst and I reaching out to your learned team to see if homeopathy has a cure for this or will we have to go with surgery and if yes as I am hoping what would be the medication and dosage recommended Regards Madhu
[Edited by Skhosla1 on 2021-05-02 19:35:21]
 
  Skhosla1 on 2021-05-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Calc Carb 30 five drops in an ounce of water 3 times a day.

In addition Silicea 3x and Calc Flour 3x,five tabs of each three times a day.

Feedback after 7 days.
 
anuj srivastava last week
HI Dr. Anuj

Do I order 30X or 30c for Calc Carb, one more quick thing since we found about the cyst during routine xray how will we find out if medication is helping us and we need to continue

Thanks
 
Skhosla1 last week
In case there is pain it will decrease.

Get an X RAY done after 20 days.

30 C
 
anuj srivastava last week
Ok Thanks a lot! Much Appreciated
 
Skhosla1 last week
Hi DR. Anuj,

I have one more quick question about Silicea 3X and Calc Flour 3X, do I need to order Tissue Salts for them or are they homeopathic

Regards
 
Skhosla1 last week
THEY ARE NOT HOMEOPATHIC.BUT AVAILABLE IN HOMEOPATHIC STORES

ORDER TISSUE SALTS OR CELL SALTS OR BIOCHEMIC REMEDIES.THEY ARE THE SAME.
 
anuj srivastava last week

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