≡ ▼ LINKS
ABC Homeopathy Forum

 

The ABC Homeopathy Forum

blepharitis sufferers... Page 2 of 1

This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
sorry i don't understand what you mean by where the allergy shows up. do you mean where is the blepheritis or is it a question about my asthma?
i havn't documented what time the asthma shows up. it seems to vary greatly. because it's a reaction to something. it is also definately connected to anxiety sometimes, physical as in excersize or emotional. but i also react to extreme cold, dust and some dogs and cats but not all. i also tend to get itchy eyes and general feeling of discomfort around some animals.
 
freya last decade
Hi,

I am 30 years old and have been suffering from Blepharitis since Oct 2007. I used to get repeated eye infections for which I consulted an Eye Doctor and it was under ontrol. But my Eye Lash Falling has not at all stoped I have been on Homeopathy but nothing has worked out .My eye lashes
continues to fall .I have swollen lids and white dicharge form the eye. My Homeopathy doctor has not been able to help me. I really dont know what to do.I am loosing my confindence in Homeopathy. I know Homeopathy has a cure for this but have maybe have not found the right Homeopathy Doctor for the same.
I desperately need someone to sincerely help me with this problem. In case any more details are required from my side I will give the same.Please help.
Regards.
 
meher last decade
I too have tried homeopathy for my blepharitis - with no success. Perhaps the tenuous link between the use of calundula (eye bright) and its use in homeopathic treatment is indeed far-fetched.

Don't give up on natural remedies, however. Look out for Manuka Honey (the sterile 15+ kind) and explore how to incorporate it into your Blepharitis treatment regime.
 
allanw last decade
well i've been well cured for some time now. and actually the thing that had miraculous effect was not homeopathy. so i'm not sure if it is appropriate to mention it here. but the Buteyko breathing method. cured my blepharitis and my asthma. and I highly recomend those without asthma to look it up. a great book to read is 'asthma free naturally'. for asthmatics, but also for people with so called unexplained illness. anything from cronic fatigue to skin conditions to digestive disturbance and more. simple breathing exercises to completely change your level of health.enjoy.
 
freya last decade
Freya - has the buteyko breathing continued to help with your asthma & blepharitis?
Do you know of others who have treated blepharitis successfully with the buteyko breathing method?

Thanks
Golfy
 
golfy 9 years ago
Hello All,

Three different ophthalmologists diagnosed me with Blepharitis and prescribed the usual treatment regimen including eyelid scrubs, steroid drops, etc.

Unfortunately, it only got worse over the years. My eyes were always red - my co-workers probably thought I was drinking or smoking (I wasn’t). Dark bags under my eyes made me look 20 years older than I was, it was terrible.

After suffering for five years I decided to read everything that I could find on Blepharitis and found two guides that changed my life! The first was an ebook written by Dr. Banerji called “How to treat Blepharitis & Eye Allergies and live symptom free”. I found it at blephguide dot org. The second was written by Dr. Latkany on dry eyes.

After reading these two books, I actually made an appointment in NYC to see Dr. Latkany. It turns out that while my symptoms were that of Blepharitis, eye allergies was the primary cause and was contributing to my problem. I then tackled my eye allergies with the help of an allergist and an allergy shot regimen, and after six months am finally living symptom free!

I truly wish the same relief for everyone that reads this posting.

Blessings to all,
Christine A, Florida.
 
ChristineAnderson 6 years ago
To Freya,

Where did you get your 30% eye ointment? Is it sterile and what was the cost?

I currently am using the Refresh Preservative Free Nighttime Eye Lubricant Ointment but now I am getting increased blurred vision and sensitivity to light, even though it does help with the dry eye pain in the morning.
 
lbe10 5 years ago
Indian lilac leaves have antibacterial and antifungal properties. They are useful in treating dandruff on eyelashes and scalp. You will get rid of blepharitis when dandruff is treated. Also, you will find relief in eye itching and eye inflammation.
 
shashank1235 last year
Just to say, i am a new comer to all this. I am presenting trying ACONITUM NAPELLUS 30 c.
This is the first that blepharitis became so acute. I am now readng about other people's
experiences, and that does help. It appears that it is mostly an allergy. Do you all
agree on this? It is also synonymous with dry eyes? Do you all agree?
I will report what my experience has been with ACONITUM 30C.
 
lillyri 5 months ago
lillyri said Just to say, i am a new comer to all this. I am presently trying ACONITUM NAPELLUS 30 c.
This is the first that blepharitis became so acute. I am now readng about other people's
experiences, and that does help. It appears that it is mostly an allergy. Do you all
agree on this? It is also synonymous with dry eyes? Do you all agree?
I will report what my experience has been with ACONITUM 30C.
 
lillyri 5 months ago

Post ReplyTo post a reply, you must first LOG ON or Register

 

Important
Information given in this forum is given by way of exchange of views only, and those views are not necessarily those of ABC Homeopathy. It is not to be treated as a medical diagnosis or prescription, and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with a qualified homeopath or physician. It is possible that advice given here may be dangerous, and you should make your own checks that it is safe. If symptoms persist, seek professional medical attention. Bear in mind that even minor symptoms can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, and a timely diagnosis by your doctor could save your life.