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Homeopathic Treat For Hemifacial Spasm
I have benign fasiculation syndrome. I think I have hemifacial spasm, always feel like my cheek is pulled. Rippling bad when leaning forward now, why?
Suffer from GAD and lately have been having a twitching right bottom eyelid for weeks. Does this sound benign or like hemifacial spasm?
Listen buddy: Rick, you are a smart person and you have insight. Millions of people have a twitchy eyelid. Hemifacial spasm is a grotesque, severe neurological illness. Stop reading this stuff, work on building professional skills and a great life for yourself, and do and think things that are going to lead to lasting happiness and freedom from these morbid fears. ...Read more
Left eye has been twitching.1st the upper lid and now the lower, within a few wks. Could it be hemifacial spasm? I'm 22.If I blink fast, twitchingstarts
No worries: Eye twitching is common, & usually related to stress, lack of sleep, & overuse of stimulants like coffee. The fact that yours "traveled" makes it less likely to be a nerve disorder. Get plenty rest, get exercise, eliminate any stimulants for 2 weeks, & if no better, see your clinician. ...Read more
If someone develops hemifacial spasm in mouth and cheek, does it always spread up to eye or can it just remain in the lips?
Developed strong spasms in my lower lip and minor spasms in upper lip and cheek after facial paralysis post surgery 15 months. Hemifacial spasm now?
What can cause a hemifacial spasm in a 21 yr old? Had a left eye twitch for 2 months and now corners of mouth left side are starting to twitch
Subtle twitching of the muscles of facial expression is not exactly the same as hemifacial spasm. The spasm is a significant, long lasting contraction of the muscles, which is painful.
Twitching can be caused by fatigue, nervousness, an infection, or sometimes a history of a condition like Bell's palsy. Sometimes twitching of these muscles is entirely benign. ...Read more
No, but harmless: There are no good randomized clinical studies, where half of a group of men get homeopathic treatment and half get a placebo (fake treatment). Sperm counts change from month to month so if you take a baby Aspirin a day & get a better sperm count the 2nd time is it due to the aspirin? One small study of homeopathy for sperm problems had no placebo group. Expect no side effects, unknown if benefits. ...Read more
In many cases but...:
Western medicine does not have reliable treatments for most alopecia so homeopathy is well worth exploring.
Homeopaths often successfully cure alopecia but there are many possible remedies and only one is likely to be the one that will work, so it is important to find a skilled homeopath. If the first remedy you try does not work that means there is a better fit. See
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Oligospermia: I am not aware of publications specifically studying homeopathic treatment of oligospermia. However, it's been successfully used for male infertility -- the quality and movement of sperm which are present, has improved. Http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/12322866 there are some herbal (not homeopathic) medicines which might help: maca, tongkat ali, tribulus, ashwagandha, & mucuna pruriens. ...Read more
Homeopathic symptoms: The homeopath would listen to the person's description of "earache" in great detail -- from the precise symptoms to the overall experience of having it. Timing, character of pain, ear exam, accompanying symptoms, etc are all important in determining the single homeopathic medicine (remedy) that corresponds to this pattern -- and which can bring the system back to balance, relieving the symptoms. ...Read more
Many options: First, do you really mean homeopathic? Homeopathy is a specific system of healing & many confuse it with holistic or herbal medicine. Homeopathy is highly indidualized- 10 people with shallow breathing will probably need 10 different medicines- so you need to see a homeopath! I also advise breathing exercises- see the tao of natural breathing by dennis lewis. See my comment below:. ...Read more
Homeopathy: If you're ill, you'll need an experienced homeopath to take your case and work with you over time -- carefully following your response to any remedies prescribed. Depending on your conditions, additional [conventional] treatments may be needed as well. Find a homeopath via http://www. Homeopathyusa. Org/ or http://www. Nationalcenterforhomeopathy. Org/ ask about their training & approach. ...Read more
I take Baclofen orally to treat spasticity at 60mg. Now I build up tolerance. I decided to stop taking it for a week and continue take it. Is it work?
Baclofen: Baclofen, a GABA agonist, is often prescribed for chronic muscle pain disorders that have been refractory to other medications. Baclofen should be slowly titrated to a range of 30-80 mg/day and should never be abruptly discontinued. Side effects may include nausea, confusion, drowsiness and weakness, especially in older patients. Do not self-medicate, always ask your physician first. ...Read more
Myopathies: There are many kinds of myopathies, and conventional treatment success with them is variable. Http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/myopathy/myopathy. Htm if wanting to try homeopathy, i'd suggest collaborative care between a neurologist and well-trained classical homeopath. Your case needs to be explored carefully to find individualizing characteristics that lead to a particular homeopathic remedy. ...Read more
Careful: With something like this, you need to be really sure what you're dealing with. You wouldn't want to mistake a tumor for a cyst, for instance. So, good exam and diagnosis are needed first. Homeopathy can help some inflammations and infections. Yet even though I'm a homeopath, homeopathy may not always be the best way to treat a given problem. ...Read more
Homeopathic symptoms: The homeopath would listen to the person's description of "stomach ache" in great detail -- from the precise symptoms to the overall experience of having it. Timing, character of pain, accompanying symptoms, etc are all important in determining the single homeopathic medicine (remedy) that corresponds to this pattern -- and which can bring the system back to balance, relieving the symptoms. ...Read more
Baclofen: Commonly prescribed for this.Get a more detailed answer ›
NEVER: No homeopathic remedies are of any value except as expensive placebos. There are no exceptions. Do not waste your money. There are useful treatments depending on the diagnosis. ...Read more
It depends: If this is male pattern baldness, homeopathy does not generally correct that. If instead it's alopecia areata for 5 years, success depends on the clarity of your case, the skill of the homeopath in prescribing, and your system's response to the remedy. Please discuss with your homeopathic physician for a more individualized answer to your question. ...Read more
Can you please describe melasma and how can I treat it using natural and/or homeopathic remedies?
Melasma: Melasma is a common skin problem, especially in women who are pregnant or taking birth control pills. It causes brownish patches on the cheeks, bridge of nose, forehead, chin, and above upper lip -- also other sun-exposed areas. It often fades on its own after delivery, or stopping the birth control pills. It's best to limit sun exposure with this. Individual homeopathic treatment may help too. ...Read more
My brother is suffering from adenocarcinoma of ge junction. He is being treated by homoeopathic medicines. Is homeopathic treatment helpful?
Proven helpful: Homeopathy is not accepted by most conventional doctors but there are many patients proven to have had their cancers cured by homeopathy ; a surprising body of recent research showing clear benefits, both clinically ; in vitro. See http://bit. Ly/1ebx4ec for a thorough summary of recent research ; http://bit. Ly/1hqjoqq for a case report. That said, I would combine homeopathy with other treatments. ...Read more
Lessened not fixed: The injury producing CP is like having your spinal cord cut, only higher up and preserving some working nerves. The nerves that are destroyed are never repaired or regrown.Physical therapy and occupational therapy can often help minimize impairment if started young. Botox injections & surgery can sometimes help reduce problems with specific muscle groups. However, there is no "fix" for CP. ...Read more
Renal failure cure?: Renal failure, or any severity, does not respond to homeopathic therapy. You need to see a nephrologist (n) and find out the severity of your kidney problem and what it is due to. After the n determines how much renal function you have left, you both can discuss the cause and therapeutic options yo have available to you. Good luck. ...Read more
My child is suffering from anal fissure from last 2 months. She is 4 yrs old. Tell some homeopathy medicine or how to get this treated?
Is this of any benefit for a diabetic patient of 74 to try homeopathy to treat his severe psoriasis. He has ckd. What medicine would be helpful?
See details: This is difficult to answer in view of your several medical problems and continued tobacco use. The choice depends on many factors including the severity of your kidney disease, the extent of the psoriasis and the state of your diabetic control. See a dermatologist. Homeopathy has no benefit. ...Read more
Placebo for HIV?: Homeopathy will not help prevent or treat HIV. There are effective medical therapies that do help, so see a Medical Doctor who specializes in treating HIV. Large studies have conclusively shown homeopathy is not legitimate medicine, it is a placebo. Offering placebo when effective therapy exists for HIV is unethical. Keep that in mind when selecting a doctor to care for you. Get seen ASAP. ...Read more
Can receeded hair line (due to increased male sex hormone) be treated by homeopathy? If yes, which medicines should I apply/ eat? I'm 20.
Could be: Many homeopathic remedies may, if given soon enough, help stop a hairline from receding before its time. Since this is a chronic, complex issue rather than an acute illness, you should not try to guess or treat yourself -- but should have your case taken by a well-trained homeopath & go from there. Your note says you're from india, which has many excellent homeopathic doctors to work with. ...Read more
My teenage daughter is being treated with steroids for SJIA. A homeopathic doctor prescribed her "pulsatilla" but I'd like to check if it's safe first?
EXTREMELY SAFE!!!: Pulsatilla, like almost all homeopathic remedies, is VERY safe. It's the extremely diluted essence of a wildflower; if there are any actual chemicals from the flower in the remedy it might be a few parts per trillion. A common critique of homeopathy is it's too dilute to have any effect, but it can help a lot. While steroids can be very helpful for many conditions they can have serious side effects. ...Read more
I have multiple sclerosis since ten years. Srarted homeopathic treat ment sice two months. Now suddenly have intermittent numbness in palm and feet?
Homeopathic healing: I agree with dr. Baker that your professional homeopath should be able to place these symptoms in the context of your treatment. Your case should have been taken deeply, your entire history explored. Sometimes old symptoms can recur on the path towards healing. If they're completely foreign to you, they could be related to the remedy. Collaborative care with your neurologist would be wise. ...Read more
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