Doctors - synovial liquidHi doctors,
I would love some help because my sister fell and hurt her right hand and now there is synovial liquid on its top. It is a bit painfull when she turn her hand towards its (the local with synovial has formed a bump) direction. She is really worried since her profession relys on her hands. So I would appreciate any help, from any doctor.
I thinks it is a materialization of a emocional trauma. On the same day she hurt her hand, she had suffered an emocional trauma. right after this she have hurt her right leg and her right hand.
she took have arnica 3 doses of 30ch (1 per day) 2 doses of arnica 200ch (1 per day), 1 dose of calendula 200ch.
I am thinking about apis and hypericum.
Thanks a lot.
julia2 on 2020-01-16
♡ Tui 8 months ago
It's just a COMMON SENSE And real professionals don't usually give FREE advice unless they are into charity or some sort of volunteer work.
♡ Tui 8 months ago
The reason for so many “dr” this and that on here
Is a cultural practice in India / Pakistan/ Bangladesh.
People from those countries start calling anyone!
Dr if that person offers help.
I have talked to the moderator repeatedly about
This- as it totally confuses Western people on here.
The owner/ moderator would have to ban the
“Dr” doctor words to stop it.
When I came on here, years ago, I thought
I was getting advice from a real dr because
Of seeing years of past posts. The person
Was a retail store owner in Sri Lanka.
Most of the people posting on here are from
India.. it’s like a never ending incoming tide
Of people who insist on doing this- as it is a sign
Of respect in their culture.
♡ simone717 8 months ago
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