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Jun-02-06, 10:57 PM (CST)
 
"Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
 
   I had wisdom tooth extraction in my right bottom wisdom tooth and it healed considerably good. Then I had in my left bottom wisdom tooth and it was harder to heal. And this surgery also left me with a sensation of tingling/numbness in my left/lower lip and in my front lower left teeth roots a sensation of the roots being kind of "stuck", this was very unconfortable, and also a sensation in the left area of my chin. The tingling is a good sign. It's a sign that the energy is flowing. So I waited. But then I felt like it was not healing as it should, the tingling sensation stoped, and the numbness increased. So I went to an Acupuncturist and made my first treatment. When I felt the heat in the right points I instantly started to feel the energy tingling and flowing back again, but now in a more stable way, in a more advanced stage of healing. When I left I kept feeling sensations more and more. I was also precribed pills of herbs wich helped and are helping a lot as I can feel it, and also to put warm in my face on certain points. I only had one session and I know that I'm better only because of Acupuncture.
I was also referred by my Acupuncturist that I suffer from stomach, wich is true and I was sick before and after surgery(I even had a crisis and been in hospital for 2 days after surgery)and that the stomach is related to that area, and when the stomach is weak is not good for that area.
Now I have more feeling than ever after surgery, and I'm getting better each day. I'll be doing another session next week.
So I recommend everyone who has numbness from wisdom tooth extraction or any type of feeling of that kind to try Acupuncture. And to recommend it to everyone who might need and does not know about it. Acupuncture heals many diseases.
Before surgery I was informed about wisdom teeth extraction but I did not knew that paralysis was one of the risks, if I knew maybe I wouldn't even had done, althought I really had to.
I hope everyone gets better and then if you feel better share with us all so that we can all learn.


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  RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery LittleSweetie Jun-09-06 1
     RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery Scarlet Jun-09-06 2
         RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery LittleSweetie Jun-16-06 3
             RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery Scarlet Jun-17-06 4
                 RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery LittleSweetie Jun-21-06 5

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LittleSweetie
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Jun-09-06, 04:30 PM (CST)
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1. "RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
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   Thanks for the advice. I will consider acupuncture.

Neveen


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Scarlet
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Jun-09-06, 06:03 PM (CST)
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2. "RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
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   Hi Neveen,

Acupuncture and Acupressure has had great results with me too!!! Here is some informative information about this that I believe will help you alot with your nerve pain.

First click to TREATMENTS FOR LINGUAL OR INFERIOR ALVEOLAR NERVE DAMAGE. Then click to ACUPUNCTURE HELPS ALOT IN NERVE RECOVERY to POSTS 1 and 3 by SCARLET.

PLEASE NOTE: That you will find, "Acupuncture helps alot in nerve recovery," again, but in the section of, "Treatments for Lingual or inferior alveolar nerve damage.

I hope the best for you, God bless you in your recovery!!!


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LittleSweetie
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Jun-16-06, 10:51 AM (CST)
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3. "RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
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   Hi Scarlet

Thanks for the reply. I actually have no nerve pain. Just partial numbness. I ordered this stuff online called NerveFix that Jennifer (marathan runner) from this site suggested. It's made by NaturalCare www.enaturalcare.com. Or DoctorsTrust.com. I dont know if its my psych. - but this stuff worked right away with the numbness!!! I totally think everyone should take remedies - just to make us all sane. If u dont take anything then u will feel like u arent doing anything to help yourself. Take the vitamins! esp if everyone says they work. They are making my urine yellow though haha.
its ok i just want to be free of this numbness! I have 70% senstation back since Day 1. My teeth and gums were numb but now they are slowly better. The tight feeling was present the first 2 or 3 weeks or so but has gone.

GOD BLESS EVERYONE ON THIS SITE
contact me with anything and ill post when i recover - god willing!!

Neveen


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Scarlet
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Jun-17-06, 02:58 AM (CST)
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4. "RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
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   Hi Neveen,

I'm so glad that NerveFix worked so well for your numbness and sensation!!! If this is a completely safe product, than please spread the word about this to others so they may have relief from their pain and numbness as well!!! I read that this product is suppose to help with pain as well as numbness, so thats great!

I just wanted to tell you that although most herbs are good for most people, there are some that shouldn't be taken, if your pregnant, or have heart problems, or if your under 12 years old, etc. Also some herbs should not be taken internally!!! I have found some manufacturers that used certain herbs in their products that shouldn't be taken internally.

A great book that will help guide you in what herbs to take, and how to take them is, PRESCRIPTION FOR NUTRITIONAL HEALING by JAMES BALCH M.D. and PHYLISS BALCH C.N.C. It is categorized so although it is a thick book, it is easy to find what ever information your looking for. This book is used in alot of Health food stores as a reference guide.

Since the herbs in the Nature Cure products are under their botanical names instead of their regular names, it may be difficult to tell what is in NerveFix. You may have to call the manufacturer and ask what their regular names are first before looking them up in this health book as well as any other health book. Its harder to find health books with botanical names in them. Maybe you will be able to find one at a major book store. If not, then you'l probably find information about this on the google word search or some other search engines. Either way, I would do some research on it.

Most Natural suppliments are more healthier, than synthetic man made processed vitamins. When you take natural herbs and suppliments, there is usually nothing taken out of them so you have the full health benefits from them. Also, they usually don't have all these fillers, chemicals, and colorings, etc., like synthetic vitamins do. Since most natural herbs and suppliments are in their most purest state, they are usually much more effective and potent. This book will explain all these things in much better detail.

God Bless you, and I'm very glad that you are taking action to take care of your self the healthy way!!! I wish more people would do the same!


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LittleSweetie
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Jun-21-06, 01:28 PM (CST)
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5. "RE: Acupuncture helps a lot in nerve recovery"
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   Thanks for the response Scarlet. Wishing you and everyone on this board the best of mental and physical health!

GOD BLESS
Neveen


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