LARYNGEAL CANCER HOMOETHICAL TREATMENTS | HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR LARYNGEAL CANCER
Squamous cell carcinomas, also known as laryngeal cancer or cancer of the larynx, make up the majority of cases of laryngeal cancer, which gets its name from the larynx’s skin, where it usually develops.
The larynx is divided into three anatomical regions for the purpose of tumour staging: the supraglottis, the subglottis, and the glottis (true vocal cords, anterior and posterior commissures). Cancer can develop in any part of the larynx, but the cure rate is influenced by the location of the tumour.
Supraglottic cancers and subglottic tumours are less frequent, and the glottis is where the majority of laryngeal cancers begin.
Distant metastases to the lung are the most frequent type of laryngeal cancer spread, though it can also occur locally to cervical lymph nodes or more widely through the blood stream.
Symptoms–Depends on the size and location of the tumor, laryngeal cancer symptoms can range from hoarseness or other voice changes to a lump in the neck, a sore throat, or the sensation that something is stuck in the throat, to persistent coughing, stridor—a high-pitched wheezing sound indicative of a narrowed or obstructed airway—bad breath, earache, and difficulty swallowing.
CARCINOSIN 1M-the use of this remedy to begin treatment
ARSENIC ALBUM 30Bloody saliva, a dry, clean, and red tongue, dryness and burning in the throat near the larynx, which are relieved by gulping down very hot water, and a feeling of constriction in the throat and difficulty swallowing
ARSENIC IODIDE 30XSignificant underweight, burning in the area and pharynx, fetid breath, otitis in one ear with fetid corrosive discharge, and a dry cough.
CONIUM MACULATUM 30-Bloody drainage from one ear, a chronic dry cough that is made worse by itching and a dry spot in the larynx, obstructed breathing, and a raw sensation in the back of the throat when inhaling are all symptoms.
KALI BICHROMICUM 30–Laryngeal tumors are benign and have difficult-to-remove, ropy mucus.
PHYTOLACCA DEC. 200– Loss of weight, shooting pains in the ears when swallowing, loss of appetite, loss of larynx and tongue pain, inability to swallow hot foods, and a dry, hacking cough that is worse at night.
SANGUINARIA NITRICUM 30– Rough, dry throat that makes swallowing challenging, with burning and smarting in the larynx area and a feeling of obstruction in the throat.
THUJA OCC. 200– Papilloma of the larynx