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Pinched Nerve

Dear All

My wife (40 years old) is suffering unbearable pain in her left arm since 15 days, she also complains of tingling sensation in her left arm's thumb, the pain comes and goes in waves touching high and lows, never disappearing.

The Orthopaedics have diagnosed a 'pinched nerve' in the back of her neck, and has advised her various painkillers both tablets and injections. The Orthopaedic has also advised her to wear a neck supportive rigid collar, which has helped in diminishing the pain, but as soon as she removes the collar, the pain comes back with a vengeance.

She is a diabetic II patient since 4 years, and regularly takes Glucophage 1000 mg, morning and evening.

Her mother is suffering from hypothyroidism, arthritis, diabetise.

Please advise her a suitable remedy

  sazim on 2006-11-04
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She should take a dose of Belladonna 30 and if relief does not come in about 3 hours, take a dose of aconite 30.

When relief sets in, that would be temporary so repeat the dose.

And to cure this problem, she should take Arsenic Album 30 and observe the changes. Usually arsenic resolves nerve inflammations.
dr mehmood last decade
Dear Dr mehmood

Thanks a million


sazim last decade

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