Homeopathy Medicine for Acute Appendicitis

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Acute appendicitis is thesudden and severe inflammation of the appendixThe appendix is a narrow tube that connects to the large intestine. it can cause pain in the abdomen, which may start out suddenly and get worse within hours.

SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS

1. Patient complains of violent colic that comes and disappears suddenly.

2. The face turns a fiery red.

3. The least jar causes more abdominal tenderness.

4. Ileo-ceacal area is the site of throbbing pain.

5. Extremely sensitive, not even bedclothes can be touched without making them uncomfortable.

6. Reddened eyes and a red face.

MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT FOR ACUTE APPENDICITIS

The case should be evaluated by the surgeon who will oversee the medical treatment, the diagnosis should be made as soon as possible, and the pulse should be regularly counted to gauge the internal condition and progression of inflammation.

BelladonnaUseful when the pain becomes localized and there are more chances of suppuration. Useful medicine to hasten this suppuration causing the inflamed appendix to burst, leading to peritonitis. -Useful in early inflammatory stage, much before suppuration has set in, that is, when there is generalized abdominal pain.

Plumbum metallicum-Used for violent colic, which causes the abdominal muscles to contract until the navel appears to press against the spine and causes the patient to adopt the most bizarre positions in an effort to find relief.

The epigastrium is sensitive, and there is tenderness in the abdominal wall. Useful for burning pains, worse pressure, coughing, and breathing. The patient gets better from pressure, rest, and cold things when they are lying on the painful side. Helpful for pressure in the stomach after eating that feels like a stone.

Magnesia phosphoricaUseful for flatulent colic that forces the patient to bend; better by warmth and rubbing. -Used for spasmodic cramping of the stomach, nipping, gripping, and pinching with belching that does not relieve.

CONSTILAX, LIVOCARE.

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