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Liver and Uterus problem
Started by: Aditya at April 29 2017

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 13 2019
Respected Udaya Sir

Please accept my namaskarams. By God's grace and the guidance provided by you,I am doing reasonably well. I wanted to seek your advice on a problem that I have been facing over the last 4-5 months.

I went for a dental check up and while examining the dentist spotted a bony growth in the left cheek region and said this is to do with sinus and referred me to an ENT specialist. Got a CT Scan as per his advice...

This bony growth looks externally like a 'dimple' on cheek region and when touched feels there is something inside. But there is no pain or any discomfort till now. Also it popped out one fine morning as if a space has been created there. Also inside connecting this spot is a root canal tooth which I feel is connecting to this bony growth..

I am sending the link of my picture :

https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vR-pqlIWQEGzRFAqMI2qB8H1qKVXLf5kk38zNU3XabmfpDBLtS2oql4T75R2VBQmoBAtFjkf3fEZRem/pub

I am writing the report results below:
NCCT PNS

1. 3/3 mm coronal & axial sections of paranasal sinus were obtained in sequence

2. There is evidence of bony defect in the outer cotex of the bony socket of the left IInd premolar toothin maxillary alveolar arch. Small soft tissue attenuation lesion is seen overlying the bony defect in left cheek. Fluid attenuation is seen within the bony socket with loosening of the root of the tooth. The findings are consistent with infective etiology,needs contrast study and further evaluation.

3.Bilateral frontal,maxillary and sphenoid sinuses are normal .No evidence of mucosal thickening,polyp or fluid level.

4. Bilateral osteomeatal complexes are patent

5. Deviation of nasal septum towards left side is seen.

6. The nasal turbinates are normal in apperance.

7. Bilateral orbits appear unremarkable.

I went to a maxillofacial specialist in AIIMS who examined and said that he will do a surgery and clean the infection. Would be sure about the line of treatment only after he sees my CT scan film.

I request you Udaya sir to please guide me as I cannot take heavy antibiotics which will for sure form part of my treatment as I am having very weak and sensitive stomach, Last time in 2017 when I had a root canal they gave me augmentin 1000 for 5 DAYS to clear the infection and I developed a liver enlargement within 3 months.

I want to avoid this surgery if possible. Pls suggest what should I do.

Sir I am recording this for the benefit of others on this forum
1.Thank you so much for suggesting belladona 200 in split doses... It works like a miracle in worst of my migraine attacks.
2. Calcarea carb 200 did wonders to my itching on thighs just in 3 doses as suggested by you.

3. Pain on my elbows which was a four year old problem-hypericum 200 a few doses cured it.

4. My daughter Shruti had high fever and as suggested by you we gave Ipecac 200 when fever rose to 102 and it started coming down and she recovered.


Rgds

Aditya

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 13 2019
As far as the exotosis is concerned it is a defect as defined by your doctor. there could also be a premolar tooth growth laterally.....the septal deviation is a part of constitutional issue and the overall necrosis process...Silicea and Hekla Lava with Hepar Sulph may be useful Specific medicines can be reached on a conclusive diagnosis after your doctor sees the CT Scan. Since it is not giving you any trouble and if the outcome of not correcting it other than the infection as per the opinion of your doctor is not serious, then surgery can be avoided. Osteochondromas can be a development anomaly.....Following medicines have to be looked into according to other symptoms. Pulsatilla, Arnica, Aurum Metalicum, Mercurious, Mezerium, ACID FLUORICUM, platinum muriaticum, Calcarea fluor, calcarea Phos, Ruta, Spigelia, Calcarea Carb, Causticum. As of now use Hepar Sulph 30C three times a day for three days with Silicea 30C.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 15 2019
Thank you very much sir. I will get back with my conclusive diagnosis.

Rgds

Raghavi

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 15 2019
ok

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 17 2019
Respected Udaya sir

I took second opinion from another maxilofacial surgeon. He suspected a bony growth /supernumerary tooth .He advised me to get a CBCT scan done. Here's the report:

1. Cone beam CT examination was performed on Carestream 9600 3D CBCT machine with a field of view 5cm x 5cm and
exclusive pre- acquisition metal artefact reduction (MAR) technology. Recommended imaging protocol was followed for this
ultra low radiation dose scan. Sequential images were obtained during the scan and reconstructed by the dedicated
Carestream 9600 software to produce the final image dataset.

2. 24 and 25 are endodontically restored. Prosthetic crown / coronal restoration is present in these teeth. Coronal restoration
is present in 26.

3. Root canal filling material is visualized in coronal half of the root of 25 on its palatal aspect with adjacent, relatively wide
linear radiolucent appearance suggestive of either unfilled buccal root canal / enlarged root canal space on buccal aspect /
buccal gouging. Root apex of 25 is bifid. Root canal calibre is not evident in apical half of the root. Well-defined chronic
periapical lesion of dimensions 1.2cm (CC) x 0.9cm (TR) x 0.7cm (AP) is observed, also involving the apical half of the root.
There is dehiscence of buccal cortical bone in apical third of the root with thin, convex margins of the preserved buccal
cortex apical to the area of dehiscence, likely indicating a previous chronic, expansile inflammatory lesion with subsequent
bony dehiscence. The lesion is limited 1.5mm below the floor of maxillary sinus and 1mm lateral to the floor of nasal fossa.
No definite inter-proximal or crestal bone loss is seen in 25.

4. Endodontic post is present in buccal root canal of 24 and root canal calibre is not evident in apical most aspect of the
buccal canal with minimal radiolucent appearance localized to the corresponding aspect of the buccal root on its palatal
aspect. No definite periapical lesion is observed.

5. No definite lesion is seen in 26.

6. Note is made of minimal mucosal thickening in floor of left maxillary sinus within the visualized field of view of the scan.

7. 3D volume rendering performed with Invivo5.2TMsoftware.

8. Cross-sectional slices seen are of true size. All data acquired during CBCT scan along with CBCT software is present on
accompanying CD.


N.B:- It may be noted that anatomical structures adjacent to metallic objects –like dental implants / plates / dental fillings / crowns and bridges
etc may show distorted appearance on CT scans due to beam hardening / photon starvation effects. These artefacts are lesser on CBCT
scans, but may still impede diagnostic evaluation of adjacent structures, especially the coronal structure of teeth. In such cases, 2D
conventional x-rays may be supplemental in achieving proper diagnosis.
Please correlate clinically.


DR. ADITYA PATNEY, MDS
Consultant Oral Radiologist
DDC NO - A- 9385



I shall show the report to him tomorrow. But wanted your guidance and the homeopathic treatment that is possible in this case.

Rgds

Raghavi

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Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 18 2019
Respected Udaya sir

I took second opinion from another maxilofacial surgeon. He suspected a bony growth /supernumerary tooth .He advised me to get a CBCT scan done. Here's the report:

1. Cone beam CT examination was performed on Carestream 9600 3D CBCT machine with a field of view 5cm x 5cm and
exclusive pre- acquisition metal artefact reduction (MAR) technology. Recommended imaging protocol was followed for this
ultra low radiation dose scan. Sequential images were obtained during the scan and reconstructed by the dedicated
Carestream 9600 software to produce the final image dataset.

2. 24 and 25 are endodontically restored. Prosthetic crown / coronal restoration is present in these teeth. Coronal restoration
is present in 26.

3. Root canal filling material is visualized in coronal half of the root of 25 on its palatal aspect with adjacent, relatively wide
linear radiolucent appearance suggestive of either unfilled buccal root canal / enlarged root canal space on buccal aspect /
buccal gouging. Root apex of 25 is bifid. Root canal calibre is not evident in apical half of the root. Well-defined chronic
periapical lesion of dimensions 1.2cm (CC) x 0.9cm (TR) x 0.7cm (AP) is observed, also involving the apical half of the root.
There is dehiscence of buccal cortical bone in apical third of the root with thin, convex margins of the preserved buccal
cortex apical to the area of dehiscence, likely indicating a previous chronic, expansile inflammatory lesion with subsequent
bony dehiscence. The lesion is limited 1.5mm below the floor of maxillary sinus and 1mm lateral to the floor of nasal fossa.
No definite inter-proximal or crestal bone loss is seen in 25.

4. Endodontic post is present in buccal root canal of 24 and root canal calibre is not evident in apical most aspect of the
buccal canal with minimal radiolucent appearance localized to the corresponding aspect of the buccal root on its palatal
aspect. No definite periapical lesion is observed.

5. No definite lesion is seen in 26.

6. Note is made of minimal mucosal thickening in floor of left maxillary sinus within the visualized field of view of the scan.

7. 3D volume rendering performed with Invivo5.2TMsoftware.

8. Cross-sectional slices seen are of true size. All data acquired during CBCT scan along with CBCT software is present on accompanying CD.






N.B:- It may be noted that anatomical structures adjacent to metallic objects –like dental implants / plates / dental fillings / crowns and bridges
etc may show distorted appearance on CT scans due to beam hardening / photon starvation effects. These artefacts are lesser on CBCT
scans, but may still impede diagnostic evaluation of adjacent structures, especially the coronal structure of teeth. In such cases, 2D
conventional x-rays may be supplemental in achieving proper diagnosis.
Please correlate clinically. DR. ADITYA PATNEY, MDS
Consultant Oral Radiologist
DDC NO - A- 9385



I shall show the report to him tomorrow. But wanted your guidance and the homeopathic treatment that is possible in this case.

Rgds

Raghavi

accompanying CD.

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 18 2019
Respected Udaya sir

I took second opinion from another maxilofacial surgeon. He suspected a bony growth /supernumerary tooth .He advised me to get a CBCT scan done. Here's the report:

1. Cone beam CT examination was performed on Carestream 9600 3D CBCT machine with a field of view 5cm x 5cm and
exclusive pre- acquisition metal artefact reduction (MAR) technology. Recommended imaging protocol was followed for this
ultra low radiation dose scan. Sequential images were obtained during the scan and reconstructed by the dedicated
Carestream 9600 software to produce the final image dataset.

2. 24 and 25 are endodontically restored. Prosthetic crown / coronal restoration is present in these teeth. Coronal restoration
is present in 26.

3. Root canal filling material is visualized in coronal half of the root of 25 on its palatal aspect with adjacent, relatively wide
linear radiolucent appearance suggestive of either unfilled buccal root canal / enlarged root canal space on buccal aspect /
buccal gouging. Root apex of 25 is bifid. Root canal calibre is not evident in apical half of the root. Well-defined chronic
periapical lesion of dimensions 1.2cm (CC) x 0.9cm (TR) x 0.7cm (AP) is observed, also involving the apical half of the root.
There is dehiscence of buccal cortical bone in apical third of the root with thin, convex margins of the preserved buccal
cortex apical to the area of dehiscence, likely indicating a previous chronic, expansile inflammatory lesion with subsequent
bony dehiscence. The lesion is limited 1.5mm below the floor of maxillary sinus and 1mm lateral to the floor of nasal fossa.
No definite inter-proximal or crestal bone loss is seen in 25.

4. Endodontic post is present in buccal root canal of 24 and root canal calibre is not evident in apical most aspect of the
buccal canal with minimal radiolucent appearance localized to the corresponding aspect of the buccal root on its palatal
aspect. No definite periapical lesion is observed.

5. No definite lesion is seen in 26.

6. Note is made of minimal mucosal thickening in floor of left maxillary sinus within the visualized field of view of the scan.

7. 3D volume rendering performed with Invivo5.2TMsoftware.

8. Cross-sectional slices seen are of true size. All data acquired during CBCT scan along with CBCT software is present on accompanying CD.



1. Today is my second day of hepa sulph 30 and silicea 30.

2 .Sent the CBCT reports to doctor and he says nothing major.. .an infection of the tooth which has had a root canal done and now since there is infection,the tooth has to be extracted and also while doing that he ll scrape the infection out.

3. He is likely to give me a course of antibiotics before doing extraction to ward off the infection.

4. Wanted your guidance and the homeopathic remedy for avoiding antibiotics,is that is possible in this case.

5. Also, in case of extraction of tooth,what are the homeopathy medicines that could alleviate the process in terms of healing,pain killer etc. I wanted to basically learn how to cope up with the extraction procedure with home meds ?

Rgds and highly grateful sir.

Raghavi
.

Aditya

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 18 2019
what i understand from the con beam ct report is that in the upper left 2nd pre molar teeth one root canal has been filled and the second is left empty.....because of that this root has inflamed or and been filled with pus etc causing the formation of a cyst like creation. rest is normal....there is no mention of body growth or supernumery tooth creation in the report. the cause may be due to partially filled root canal. i do not think a surgery would be required but an incision and drainage. this however does not substitute a medical advice. use of the following medicines may prove curative.
1. causticum 30 one dose a day for three days.
2. spigelia 30 c three times a day for three days.
3. plantago major q 5 drops in one ounce water three times for three days for swelling over the cheek.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 18 2019
Respected sir

I have consulted the dentist. He says the solution is to extract this infected tooth. So the medicines that you have suggested are to be used to ease the extraction process and healing thereafter or to be taken before I go for this extraction? When should I take these medicines that you have suggested?

Can I manage the procedure without antibiotics and painkillers?

Thank you very much.

Rgds

Raghavi

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 18 2019
medicine suggested are curative and to abort further deterioration of the condition..... if you are thinking of extraction only arnica 30 is required before and after extraction one dose each. it depends on the doctor whether he prescribes an antibiotic of pain killer and it depends on you whether you want to take it. usually when local anaesthesia effect is reduced arnica takes over and can give you painless days. You may try the suggested medicines before an extraction is decided at least for three days.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 19 2019
Respected sir

I will definitely take the medicines suggested in your earlier post above i.e.
1. causticum 30 one dose a day for three days.
2. spigelia 30 c three times a day for three days.
3. plantago major q 5 drops in one ounce water three times for three days for swelling over the cheek.

Hence , I will take the medicines and wait for extraction . Since I do not have pain and only that 'dimple'like bump n the cheek, how do I assess whether the situation has improved after medicines and hence I do not need an extraction. What are the improvement signs I should watch out for?

Rgds

Raghavi

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 19 2019
Plantago will remove the dimple like bump...
see the mouth symptoms of Plantago with particular reference to swelling on cheeks.

Mouth.--Teeth ache and are sensitive and sore to touch. Swelling of cheeks. Salivation; teeth feel too long; worse, cold air and contact. Toothache, better while eating. Profuse of saliva. Toothache, with reflex neuralgia of eyelids.

Both spigelia and causticum are left sided remedies which work within the root canal.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 19 2019
Thank you so much sir.. i will finish hepa suph and silicea today, being the third day. Shall start with other three medicines from tomorrow and report to you after three days.

Rgds
Raghavi

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 19 2019
Thank you so much sir.. i will finish hepa suph and silicea today, being the third day. Shall start with other three medicines from tomorrow and report to you after three days. I have plantago 30 with me. Can I use that or I should procure plantago q only?

Rgds
Raghavi

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 22 2019
you can use plantago 30C.....these three medicines are actually required for removing the swelling, inflammation, pain etc. and should have been used simultaneously or before silicea and hepar.... please go ahead and use it now.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 23 2019
I took hepa sulph and silicea for three days and stopped. Then I have started with causticum30,spigelia 30,and plantago Q which I bought .. now these are for 3 days. Then should I stop . And hepa supl nd dilicea also stopped so do I need to continue?

Rgds

Raghavi


Rgds

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 23 2019
Did you receive any benefits from the second set of medicines you have taken. particularly the swelling on the face.... please elaborate....

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 23 2019
Sir

Today is the 3rd day of the three medicines. No difference in swelling till today. But When I touch the soft tissue like formation it feels a bit shrunk... may be it will take more time for the bump to disappear..

Please guide as to which are the medicines that I should continue beyond 3 days?

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 24 2019
Sir

Today is the 3rd day of the three medicines. No difference in swelling till today. But When I touch the soft tissue like formation it feels a bit shrunk... may be it will take more time for the bump to disappear..

Please guide as to which are the medicines that I should continue beyond 3 days?

Rgds
Raghavi

Aditya

Aditya

Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: udaya kumar
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July 24 2019
Continue plantago and spigelia upto one week. use a single drop of castor oil on the bump externally daily for three days.

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Re:Liver and Uterus problem By: Aditya
Trivandrum
  
July 24 2019
Thank you sir. I will report after a week.

Rgds
Raghavi

Aditya

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