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Traumatic Iritis (after injury)

Hello everyone,

1 week ago playing sports i was hit in the eye with the ball (basketball). I went to the hospital immediately to get checked, doctor said i had an inflammation to the iris, also called traumatic iritis or Iridocyclitis. ( or Anterior uveitis)

What are some good homeopathic remedies to heal this? I heard Arnica treats all types of inflammations of the eye, can I use it?

Please give me some good remedies for this and also dosages, etc.

Thank you very much,
  Marcusgr on 2022-07-02
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Anyone please help!
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Yes, you can take Arnica.
Three doses at 4 hour interval and then stop. Observe if any improvement is there. If there is improvement do not take any more medicine.
Update one day after taking medicine.
telescope 7 months ago

which type of Arnica and also do i need to take it only for one day? Does it work for traumatic iritis?
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Is Dr Joe De Livera here? WOuld also love to hear his opinion on this.
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Take it for one day and then wait for results. Any more medicine will be overdose.
Joe Livera does not visit anymore.
telescope 7 months ago
But how can i get results only for one day? I had the injury last Thursday... don't you think i should take it for a wew weeks at first? Why only one day? Pls explain.

Also why Joe Livera doesn't not visit anymore?

Thank you for your help,
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Also which type of arnica.. 30c, 6c or 200c? Which is best?

Pellets or liquid dilution?

Thank you again!
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Take Arnica 30. Either pallets or liquid, both are ok.
telescope 7 months ago

how many pellets do i need to take? You said "Three doses at 4 hour interval and then stop."

Pls let me know, thanks.

What happened to Dr Livera?
Marcusgr 7 months ago
You can take three or four pallets for a dose.
I do not know for sure, he was very old.
telescope 7 months ago
Ok thanks, I took it yesterday and i started to see improvements. I feel am healing.

For how long should i continue taking it to make sure i can heal it?
Marcusgr 7 months ago
No more medicine for now. You may take medicine only if symptoms come back, which is unlikely.
telescope 7 months ago
Yes, symptoms like photofobia is less painful now also redness gone.. i still see some floaters..

What can i do to heal it completely?

I mean why taking it only for one day? Do you think Arnica can cure Iritis by taking only 3 doses for 1 day only?

Shouldn't I follow a therapy daily daily till it's healed?

Traumatic Iritis generally goes away within 1-2 weeks, doctor said it might take 6-8 weeks to heal.

I would prefer if you give me a therapy for a couple weeks more to make sure the healing process is happening.

I have appointment with Ophthalmologist next week to check the inflammation of the iris.

Also my right pupil is a bit misshapen/irregular.. a bit bigger than the other one, i think this is due because of the hit. What can i do for this?

Thank you,
Marcusgr 7 months ago
You don't need to do anything now. See your opthalmologist next week and get his opinion.
Homeopathic medicine is quite different from allopathy. The three doses of medicine may be all that you need to cure the condition.
telescope 7 months ago
Ok will do but what if those 3 doses won't cure it?

What can i use or do after that?

Thank you
Marcusgr 7 months ago
I mean what therapy, remedy can i use eventually
Marcusgr 7 months ago
Are you there?
Marcusgr 7 months ago
You have to give time to the medicine to work. Arnica 30 will work for 10 days. It should not be repeated before that. Doing so would spoil the case.
telescope 7 months ago

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