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Urgent help for tooth abscess pleaseI have a tooth abscess it started with pain every so often (nerve pain) it was horrendous if I went in the cold or had a hot drink. Hypericum cured this.
Now I have abscess. I feel pulsing in my tooth. And it is so so tender I cannot stand to have anything hot or cold or even if I touch my tooth in feel pressure from the abscess and it's very painful. Warmth on my face helps it
Do I need belladonna or hepar sulph.
[message edited by pixie wood on Tue, 29 Apr 2014 19:46:54 BST]
pixie wood on 2014-04-29
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How does the location of abscess look & feel
How is the pain like e.g. constant, dull, throbbing etc.
How are you feeling emotionally & mentally
fitness on 2014-04-29Emotionally fine just hungry from not eating much :-(
The pain sometimes goes but if I move I feel a pulse in my tooth.
The tooth is extremely tender. It's mostly a constant pulsing which can sometimes get quite alot worse. The area looks normal. I can't see any swelling or redness.
An x-Ray showed the abscess right at the top of the root touching the nerves
pixie wood on 2014-04-29Please have a dose of Silica 200c, just one dose and report back.
fitness on 2014-04-30This thread continues beneath the following ad.I'm sorry I was in agony last night and hepar sulph and belladonna we're close matches just going by the book. I tried bith but the belladonna worked incredibly well. I only needed two doses and my tooth pain is now cured.
Thanks for your response
pixie wood on 2014-04-30
pixie wood: What potency of belladona did you take?
Magu on 2017-11-11
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