Symptoms of Buerger's Disease

2. Open sores on toes or fingers

3. Inflamed veins

4. Pale toes or fingers when in cold temperature

Diagnosis of Buerger's Disease

Buerger’s disease is a “clinical diagnosis,” meaning there’s no specific test to determine if one have the disease. However, there are a number of other conditions which mimic Buerger’s disease that can be ruled out by doctor performing certain tests.

After going over symptoms,doctor may order

1. Blood tests to rule out lupus, diabetes, or blood clotting disorders.

2. Vascular ultrasound or an

3. Angiogram.

4. Allen test.

Prevention of Buerger's Disease

There’s no vaccine or behavior modification that can prevent a person from developing Buerger’s disease. However, quitting smoking can prevent progression of the disease.

Treatment options for Buerger’s Disease

The most important factor in improving symptoms and preventing its progression is quitting smoking.

Additionally, in some cases, pain can be controlled by avoiding cold weather.

On the other hand, some people report symptom improvement by drinking plenty of fluids and staying active, which increases your circulation.

Homeopathic Treatment of Buerger's Disease

Homeopathic treatment depend upon symptoms totality  and individualization of patient by taking proper case history to give similimum medicine.Every individual has different constitution on which medicine is depend.

Some of the important medicines are : 

  • Arsenicum Album
  • Cactus G
  • Crotalus Horridous
  • Dulcamara
  • Lachesis
  • Secale cor