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"Hello, I was wondering if you could give me some recommendation? Less than 48h ago I had a surgery, was an ectopic pregnancy. The surgery went well, however, it is absolutely painful and hard for me to move. I wanted to know if there will be any crystal that can actually help the process of healing? I do have a variety at home still dont know if I have the right ones or not. Thank you very much and looking forward to your reply."
Thanks for reaching out to Healing Crystals! I'm sorry to hear you're in so much pain following surgery. It can certainly be difficult to heal after major surgery, but I can recommend some crystals that may help support you while you recover. I do need to state our disclaimer that crystals should not be used alone to treat medical conditions, and you should work closely with your doctor regarding health issues. Definitely let your doctor know if your pain is not steadily improving over time.
That being said, for healing from surgery, I would recommend Selenite, which can help with pain and general healing. Malachite can help reduce inflammation and pain. Bloodstone would be a good choice to help speed the healing process by increasing blood flow and boosting your immune system. I would also strongly suggest Smokey Quartz. When we are in pain and not feeling our best, it's easy to feel down and a bit negative. Smokey quartz absorbs negativity and can help uplift your mood, which will enable you to better tolerate how you're feeling, which in turn helps you recover better.
I wish you the best of luck and a speedy recovery. Please feel free to contact us if we can be of further assistance.
Nicole Marie, from Sol Path Tarot and Crystal Magick
DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.
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