TOP HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR WHITLOW

A whitlow or felon is an infection of the tip of the finger.  Herpetic whitlow   and melanotic whitlow are subtypes that are not synonymous with the term felon. A felon is an "extremely painful abscess on the palmar aspect of the fingertip.  Whitlow usually refers to herpetic whitlow, though it can also refer to melanotic whitlow  which somewhat resembles acral lentiginous melanoma  The terms whitlow and felon are also sometimes misapplied to paronychia   which is an infection of the tissue at the side or base of the nail. Felon presents with a throbbing-like pain, clinically.
HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES
1.      Ledum pal 20-- Whitlow caused by needle pricks
2.     Dioscorea  3x--Pricking sharp agonizing pain
 Locally paint with Dioscorea Q
3.     Allium cepa 30-- It should be tried when other remedies fail
4.     Myristica sebifera Q--A specific remedy. It hasten suppuration and aborts pus quickly
5.     Hepar sulh. 3x-- Heat , throbbing and swelling Worse at night , preventing sleep , must hold the finger
6.     Silicea 3x-- If  taken early the pus formation may cut short
7.     Nitric acid 200-- Fungoid granulation in the affected flesh. Intense pain
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