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Trigeminal neuralgia

My partner has been experiencing severe facial pain on his left side which he thought was from an abscess in his mouth. He took antibiotics for 10 days but the pain continued. He worried the "infection" had spread to his ear and lower jaw so he went to a walk in clinic. The Dr. Thoroughly inspected him and said there was no infection anywhere to be seen. The doctor suspects it is trigeminal neuralgia. He said there is no treatment for this. So my partner is suffering a lot. He asked me to look into homeopathic treatment for him... does anyone have any suggestions he could try? I really hope so & thank you in advance as he is quite miserable right now. Thank you.
  pclin on 2017-10-27
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I am not a doctor but I followed this advice and my excruciating TM cleared in 1 week. 5 drops each of gemmos Ficus carica, Citrus limonum and Olea europea in 4oz of water drank first thing in the morning and once more around 7pm on an empty stomach.
xploreorganics 11 months ago

day 1 to day 3
Staphysagria 200 twice a day.

day 4 to day 10
Mag Phos 200 twice a day.

One dose means 2 pills or drops.
kadwa 11 months ago

Dear Kadwa

Spigelia can be considered for left side neuralgia. Mag phos is more right sided. Thanks.
maheeru 11 months ago


Please use Spigelia 200 if the above remedies don't work.
kadwa 11 months ago

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