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Homoeopathic treatment for Migraine Scutellaria Lat In nervous sick headaches which are caused by excitement and over-exertion. Frequent scanty urination. Give 5 drops a dose of the mother tincture. Tongo Migraine and neuralgic affections. Chionanthus Migraine due to acidity and sluggishness of liver. Damiana As excellent remedy for migraine. It should be given in mother tincture in 15-20 drop doses every 2 hours. In severe cases it may be given every half hour and the patient will sleep after two doses. Calcarea Lac. It is useful in T.B. diathesis. Give in 3x dilution. Iris Ver Periodical nervous sick headache which comes on after the patient relaxes from a mental strain. With school teachers it comes on Saturday or Sunday, and with preachers on Monday. The patient usually vomits a bitter bilious substance and the vomiting gives relief to the pains in the head. Migraine of the eyes with constipation. Objects could only be seen in halves. Cyclamen If Iris V. fails, this remedy may be tried provided migraine is accompanied with sparkling before eyes. Coffea An excellent remedy for headache caused by loss of sleep following excitement. Ignatia When due to grief in hysterical patients. Frequent urination, profuse or scanty. Belladona Headache in pleuthoric and healthy persons. The cause is some disturbance of the circulatory system. The headache is violent, pounding and throbbing. Iris Tenax Headache which begins on Saturday before rising, beginning on left eye extending thence to left half of head.
Anal Fissure homoeopathy treatment in Coimbatore Ethics Hospital and health services pvt ltd. A small split or tear in the anal mucosa that may cause painful bowel movements, bleeding with streaks of blood on the outside of the stool, or blood on the toilet issue. Anal fissures are common in young infants, and studies suggest 80% of infants will have had an anal fissure by age 1. The incidence decreases rapidly with age, and fissures are uncommon by school age.It is thought that fissures may occur from excessive wiping, constipation with large hard stools, irritation from stool in the diaper, and from scratching caused by conditions such as pinworms. Preventive measures are frequent diaper changes, wiping with soft materials or a moistened cloth or cotton ball, correction of any constipation problems, treatment of other contributing conditions such as pinworms or eczema. Symptoms are pain while having a bowel movement, blood on the surface of stool (not mixed in with stool), blood on toilet tissue or wipes, a visible fissure when the anus is stretched slightly, the fissure is often in the midline, constipation often secondary to painful bowel movements Treatment for fissure is stool softeners for constipation, more gentle cleansingpetroleum jelly, dietary adjustment (addition of bulk - substances that absorb water while in the intestinal tract). In homoeopathy medicine like Nux vomica, graphitis, ratania are used for the treatment. The proper analysis of the case with the qualified homoeopathic physician will give the better results.
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