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Swelling, clotted and painful hand veins after injection cannula remaovalDear sir/mam,
One month before my wife got some hypergastristic and pain problem so we went to hospital...
They put injection cannula in hand and give many injections like buscopan, voveran, pantaprozole etc. and they also gave glucose through cannula..Problem gets OK. They removed cannula same day..
But from that time there is pain and some swelling in veins of wrist and hand above fingers where cannula was injected in... Now from last 7 days it seems some clots under hand skin in the veins and also the veins gets tighten and swellowed..She can move his hand but there is a sharp pain as somebody press hand or if she do some work by hand.
We have consult a local allopathic doctor..He said that you have to apply a cream and have to take medicines..
But i don't want to give her the allopathic medicine..I want some homeopathic treatment as i myself never takes allopathic medicines and use homeopathic medicines since last 10 years.
So please suggest some treatment for it.. Dear Dr. Kadwa, Dr.Mehfooz, Dr.Reva, Dr. rishimbha, Dr.Simone, Dr. Nawaz or any other my respected doctors please help me...
Her details are
Age: 26 years
Country: India (Delhi)
Have gastric problem after cesarean delivery.
Thanks in Advance!!
ankit111 on 2017-06-02
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Arnica30 wet dose three times for five days.
akshaymohl on 2017-06-04Ok Sir,
Thanks a lot for replying..I will follow ur prescription and wil report you after 5 days..
Along with it Can we apply some lotion/gel/cream on it externally? If yes then please prescribe me. I also have ArnicaQ.. Hirudoid Cream (Allopathic) and Fast Relief Gel (Allopathic pain killer gel) and Patanjali Balm.
ankit111 on 2017-06-04Pl donot use any gel but you can use arnica lotion mixed with water and apply with some cotton.
akshaymohl on 2017-06-05This thread continues beneath the following ad.First of all thank you sir,
i have followed the prescription.. Arnica30 three times a day.. Now there is no swelling in veins.. too much relief in pain.. But two veins of hand over wrist where cannula was placed seems to be cut n blocked in between for half cm as they have been pressed/dead..
Has the veins been blocked?? If it is required then i can send you the pic.. Is it the serious problem sir? Please reply for further treatment.
ankit111 on 2017-06-13
You can send me the picture and continue arnica for five days more.
akshaymohl on 2017-06-13Dear sir,
I am sending you the pics.. pointing pressed/blocked veins area. Please find the attachment.
sir is it the serious problem?
Thanks and Regards!!
ankit111 on 2017-06-14This thread continues beneath the following ad.arnica to continue as advised earler but one dose evening time e for 7 days staphysagaria 200 one dose daily for three days to be taken after 7 days.
akshaymohl on 2017-06-16
Means now give arnica once daily in evening for 7 days.
After these 7 days give Staph 200 for 3 days.
Can we use Staph 30 instead of 200.
Secondly can she take Schwabe AlfaAlfa tonic / Five Phos tabs these days.
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ankit111 on 2017-06-17staphysagaria 200 is best and if not after 7 days pl take two doses daily evening and night for 5 days then weekly one dose.pl donot take other meds till recovery.
akshaymohl on 2017-06-17Dear Sir,
I have given Arnica and Staph in the same way as you prescribed.. There is no pain/swelling now but the veins are looking like pressed/cut still now.. No change in them and looking like they have been got disabled to pass blood as you can see in previous pics that i sent.
Has they been disabled??
Please suggest what to do next.
Thanks and Regards
ankit111 on 2017-07-07
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