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Suggest treatment for meibomianitis

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Dr. Ratnesh Pandey


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Posted on Sat, 24 Feb 2018 in Homeopathy
Question: I have been treated for meibomianitis three times. Two specialists and one general MD. No results. Is there treatment available to do without expensive medicines?
Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 9 hours later
Brief Answer:
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I appreciate you for sharing your query with us
I would suggest you to go for natural way of treatment for your complaint.
Homeopathy is one of the best ways of natural treatment fur such complain.
We do have many patients with similar complaints and they were y=treated after the Homeopathic Medication.
I would suggest you, answer the following question so that i could review your case in detail manner and on the basis of information I could suggest you the line of treatment
1 Since when you such complaint.
2 Please specify the symptom.
3 Please specify the treatment you have taken
3 Which wye is affected
4 Current Medication
5 Any history of chronic disease

Hope this is clear to you
In case of any query feel free to ask

Dr Ratnesh

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Follow up: Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 13 hours later
Both eyes since January 2017. Left eye is worse. Went to opthomologist in April. Have been using erythromycin ointment nightly and hot compresses three times a day. I have increased my fish oil and water daily. No chronic disease. Went back to same specialist this week. She prescribed two expensive prescriptions, one a steroid and one an antibiotic drop, together over $350 and I can not afford that. My symptoms include blurry vision, dry eye, eye stuck shut is am, and lots of white matter.
Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey 12 hours later
Brief Answer:
Homeopathic medicine required

Detailed Answer:
Dear xxxxxxxxx
based on details i am suggesting you some homoeopathic medicine and you may start as prescribed.
1 Hepar Sulph 30 6 pills twice in a day
2 Pulsatilla 30 6 pills twice in a day
3 Aethusa cynapium 30 6 pills twice in a day

Take medicine for 20 days and then update the progress.

Their might change in medication depending upon the progress.

You may find these medicine in any homoeopathic pharmacy or you may also place your order through online.
Hope this is clear to you
in case of any query feel free to ask

Dr Ratnesh
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