please help - left shoulder bursitisHello, I'm new here. I'm writting because I'm looking for help for my mum who suffers from left shoulder bursitis.
Please forgive me my bad english.
1)woman, age 49, slim (pear body type) slouchy posture, generally healthy, no allergies, sensitive to noise and strong light; doesn's like any perfumes,likes eating meat and sweats, doesn't like milk, no previous serious health problems,has two adult doughters and husband, happy family and marriage, works as a computer engeneer - sometimes has to carry computers and packages but pain didn't start immediately after carrying something - no straight reason
2)aching started about 3 months ago
3)nothing helped - she had one injection with cortizone, six with Movalis and took Dicloberb retard tablettes.
4)no unguent helps
5)no cold or warm wrappings help
6)pain is worse while moving up and to the sides
7)pain is worse while laying down, during the night (she cannot sleep)
8)generally feels worse from the moment when symptomes have shown
Thank you for help in advance.
aeidenn on 2006-12-26
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♡ deoshlok last decade
For a full year, I used a few drops of Oil of Oregano mixed in olive or coconut oil, and spread around the affected area. (Coconut oil is more pleasant to use, IMO). This would relieve the pain and stiffness for three or more days, and provided good relief using it once or twice a week for a full year.
About a year ago I started using Arnica 30C twice a day in the wet dose to help me quit smoking on the recommendation of Joe De Livera, a successful effort. After some period of time, I noticed that the bursitis symptoms were no longer present, and I stopped applying the Oil of Oregano mixture. So, as long as I took the Arnica 30C twice per day in the wet dose, I had no noticeable bursitis. However, if I missed a day or so, I'd notice the symtoms returning.
Now, I do not take the Arnica 30C twice every day, but rather two or three days per week, depending on whether I'm noticing any symptoms. I also use Boiron's Arnica gel, usually two or three times per week. This routine keeps the symptoms in check, and I use the Arnica 30C in the wet dose and the gel as needed.
I am not a homeopath, but this has worked for me and I've also seen Arnica mentioned as a bursitis remedy, particularly for bursitis caused by some trauma, as mine almost certainly was.
Since different remedies work for different symptoms or insividuals , you might consider trying the Arnica 30C in the wet dose, the Arnica gel, and the Oil of Oregano mixture, or some combination of these.
Oil of Oregano can blister the skin if used too strong or too often, but nothing severe used a few drops at a time.
Will88 last decade
When the pain goes, stop the medicines.
robina last decade
Plzz let me know
phiryulovehua last decade
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