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Miniscus tear and bone inflation in Left Knee


Im a 51 y/o male, living in the states. I have an invironmently induced allergy. Its affecting my lungs and esophagus which makes swallowing food difficult. The doctor gave me Omeprazol, a PPI medication that blocks all allergic reaction in the body. One week later I realised my whole body was swollen, sever water retention, and that affected my leg muscles pain, and all LEGS joints, especially my left knee.

I had an MRI done on the left knee, and it showed a meniscus tear, edema, ligament fraying, and bone inflammation. Its quite a severe knee injury, and Im having difficulty walking.

I wonder if theres any remedy that can help heal the tears and bone inflammation. That was caused by this medication. Please let me know if you need more details, I have the MRI report.

I should also mention that Im using Advair, as maintenance inhaler for the lungs.

Thank you so much in advance, the help you offer is priceless to me.

  adamues on 2023-11-21
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This case requires individualized guidance and ongoing supervision. Regrettably, I am currently unable to allocate the necessary time for a thorough assessment. It might be more beneficial for you to seek an experienced homeopath offline or consider reaching out to Justsayin2 on this forum, who was treating you earlier https://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php.... If she is willing to dedicate her time, she may be able to assist you. Regards.
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