HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR DACRYOCYSTITIS -- TEAR DUCT INFECTION

Dacryocystitis is an infection of the tear sac, lachrymal, that lies between the inner corner of the tear sac that lies between the inner corner  of the eyelids and the nose. Dacrocystitis occurs one eye at a time that it can recur in either eye usually results from the blockage of the duct that carriers tears  to the nose. The blocked duct harbours bacteria and becomes infected.It may be acute or chronic. It may be related to a malformation  of the tear duct , injury, eye infections or trauma
This condition is most common in babies and elderly people. In babies the ducts are not fully developed until a year  after birth. Elderly people develop  a blockage with no apparent cause , although it may be due to injury or inflammation
Symptoms—Red watery eyes, The area beside the nose just below the eye then becomes tender , red and swollen, Pus may be discharged in to the eye
HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES
APIS MEL 30-Lachrymation hot. Serous exudation , oedema, and sharp pains
FLUORIC ACID 30- Sensation as of wind blowing through eyes.
HEPAR SULPH 30-Profuse discharge. Great sensitiveness to touch and air
IODUM 30-Violent lachrymation. Pain in eyes
PULSATILLA NIG 30-Profuse lachrymation and secretion of mucus. Thick profuse , yellow bland discharge

SILICEA 30-Swelling of lachrymal duct.Sharp pain through eyes, tender to touch

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