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irregular periods and pulsatillahi all,
my wife's period this month extended a bit and because we are travelling next week to visit shrines along with family members, we visited a homeopath to hasten the period.
He prescribed pulsatilla (a very high dose as per him ) and suggested us to take 6 pills 1 time for 3 days only.
After taking the dose for couple of hours, my wife feels heavy giddiness.
We also suspect if she has concieved , that and pulsatilla might be creating issues.
Any thoughts on this?
Otherwise, she is a healthy woman with no BP/sugar ,just that her periods usually arrive with a delay of 3-4 days.
dpnctl on 2016-09-25
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It only mean that doctor select right remedy.periods of women came according moon month usually 27.5 days sometime between 24-30days.men's happen between 40-48 days according sun cycle,ways are different.
DrManojVEDI last yearDonot try it again,girls face many issue like this after taking pulsatilla.ok for only once othewise you will face issue.
It will go after 1-2 day.
DrManojVEDI last yearThis thread continues beneath the following ad.DrManoj, doc also insisted to take medicine for just 3 days, which we will abide by.
My doubt is if pulsatilla has a capacity to abort an early conception too.
I read many articles that ladies became permanently in cable of producing kids, so I am cautious about using this medicine or regular usage.
dpnctl last year
Dr Manoj, can u pls help us know if pulsatilla will have a bad affect if taken after conceiving
dpnctl last year
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