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ignatia and toothache

Hello, I recently had some minor
emotional ups and downs. I looked thru my supplies and came across ignatia 30x, which I took
a single dose (may have been a mistake). I assumed, at this low dosage, no big deal if it's wrong.
About 3 days later, (this morning), I
noticed a small toothache in the upper teeth. Tonight, it's
hurting severely, with a throb extending to the right nostril and side of the tongue. I'm now taking a Tylenol.
This tooth is an upper tooth, on the right side, the next tooth along from the middle two. I've noticed in the past when flossing there, a very slight twinge, but a second later it's gone - and never thought anything of it.
I've experienced small, but real cures in the past, where the whole body sense of well being has improved. (on myself) so I know it works if you get the right remendy.

Please advise. As to my emotional state, not a chronic
condition,just something bothering me then. Seems as if
ignatia did more harm than good.
  davexnet on 2006-10-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Generally for mind ailments potencies of 200 and greater will work without reaction. But the caution here is the remedy must be indicated.

If you believe ignatia was the cause of headache you could ve easily antidoted by drinking coffee twice without resorting to antibiotics.
maheeru last decade
pls get your tooth checked by a dentist before assuming the ignatia has caused this!
It could be your sinues or a tooth problem indeed!
erika last decade
Hello, thanks for your suggestions. I did indeed drink
a tall cup of coffee from Starbucks today, so we'll see if the toothache retreats.
I do have a history of sensitive nerves relating to dental work, and a couple of times it's take a week or more for them to calm down after
having a crown, and a bunch of fillings at once.
I suspected the ignatia becaue of info I saw right in abchomeopathy:
and also a description at homeoint org 'nerves of tooth were shattered and crushed'
credited to ignatia.

At the moment I'm taking tylenol and asprin every 4 hours.
Since I do have an underlying sensitivity, perhaps theres a homeopathic cure. I would have been willing to let this play out, if it hadn't have been so painful. Otherwise I was thinking of perhaps arnica or hypericum.
davexnet last decade
Well I thought I would add a postscript. I noticed that the tooth causing the problem is loose. Seems to indicate gum disease of some sort. Looks like I need a dentist ASAP.
Thanks for suggestions.
davexnet last decade
glad to read you have a solution! Good luck at the dentist! :)
erika last decade

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