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Conium,rhus tox,silicea,arg nit during PregnancyHi all
I have cervical spondylosis
And my homeopath prescribed me conium 200,rhus tox 200,silecea 30 and arg nit 30 for anxiety.
I have been taking it for one month now.I think i may be pregnant and want to know if these remedies are safe during pregnancy.my homeo dr said they are safe and i dont doubt his experience but i want a second opiniom from you all experts
[message edited by Star3 on Sat, 20 Aug 2016 05:53:52 UTC]
Star3 on 2016-08-20
Star3 last yearConium and rhus tox was prescribed for my cervical problem
Silicea for my perspiration in palms and feet which im suffering from birth.its hereditary in my family.
Arg nit for my anxiety and fear
Star3 last yearThis is not homeopathy. A few doses of one medicine which covers all your symptoms together should be given, progress observed, and if need be the remedy can be changed/ potency upped.
Since how long you are taking this prescription. How do you feel now?
[message edited by gavinimurthy on Sat, 20 Aug 2016 18:06:45 UTC]
♥ gavinimurthy last year
Thanks for reply sir.
He is our family doc and prescribed these for my ongoig cervicogenic headaches.He said rhus tox is my main remedy. Taking from beginning of month.
Im feeling better.im just worried if conium is safe during pregnancy
Star3 last year
♥ gavinimurthy last yearHi
You are right but he is short tempered and get angry if i doubt his prescription.i just want to know if these are safe during pregnancy.plz advise
Star3 last year
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