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I took the last dose on Thursday. There was a relief from itching immediately after my cryotherapy treatment that day, but it soon returned. Last night the itching woke me a few times. There has been no improvement in the warts. It may be be be my imagination, but when I checked this morning some of them looked a bit bigger, but there don't appear to be any new growths.
The day before I took my last dose, I was told by my midwife she wanted me to be checked at the hospital before she went through a birth plan with me or agreed upon a home birth. I accept this and I respect her opinion and efforts to make sure my birth is both safe and comfortable, however when I was alone I broke down in tears and was unable to console myself for several hours. I think this is mostly from shame and the fact I am unable to control the situation. My hospital appointment is now booked and I feel better about it generally. I do feel that the Natrum Muriaticum has a calming effect on me.
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Elka 3 months agoOk Elka.
Start applying Thuja Mother tincture using cotton wads two to three times per day on all the warts.
Internally start on Thuja 30c.
Dosage is as follows: Take one dose(one pill/drop) every three days leaving two days in between without any medicine. Take upto nine doses in this manner.
In between if you notice aggravation or improvement--- report and ask for further advice.
It's not good to feel shame or depression about this now especially when you are carrying. Generally there is a quote about 'look before you leap' to prevent such bad things done to oneself. Feeling guilty or bad about past incidents however serious can not turn the clock. Now the time is to repent and to look forward positively. If you are spiritual, please seek forgiveness and help from God.
God Willing, I'm trying to assist you to make this safe and less embarassing. So hold on without losing hope.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoWelcome keep me posted about the changes. If there is no reaction too post the status.
Exactly how many weeks are you pregnant as of now?
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♥ maheeru 3 months agoNo changes as of yet, but it's only been a few days. I have yet to take the second dose of thuja 30. I will be 37 weeks on Friday.
Elka 3 months agoElka reduce the gap between any two doses to one day in between from two days in between or in other words on alternate days.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoHi Maheeru, it's been 7 days since I started thuja. I've taken my third dose today and will begin to take it every other day as you advise.
I saw a consultant on Thursday who did not seem to think the warts would pose any risk during birth so I am reassured about that. I have been applying the thuja 2 times a day. I missed an application on Thursday however and only applied once. I have noticed the warts are whiter in appearance. There is still some itching, but it's more of a dry and prickly sensation. Some of the warts are tender to touch, but I also had cryotherapy on Thursday afternoon so that could explain the tenderness.
I'm not sure if it's related, but the evening of my first dose of thuja I had a upset stomach and loose stools. It had passed by the morning, but I had the same thing last night and this morning, two days after my second dose. Otherwise I am well, apart from a sore, dry throat left over from the cold I had a few weeks ago.
Elka 3 months ago
♥ maheeru 3 months agoHi Maheeru, I have taken dose 5 of Thuja with the 6th, 7th and 8th doses due on the 15th, 17th and 19th. Generally there has been no change, itching is on and off and one of the smaller warts is now bigger. However, this morning when applying thuja tincture to the largest cluster the top layer seemed to come off of one of the warts. The wart is still very much there but is more flesh coloured now. This is the first time I've noticed any of the warts shedding since they appeared.
Elka 3 months agoLooking again this morning, there seem to be more smaller growths. Either that or they have increased in size and are more noticeable. I've noticed itching and location of itching seem to indicate worsening of symptoms.
I do feel like giving up at this point as they won't be gone before the birth so I'll have to suffer the discomfort and humiliation anyway.
Elka 3 months agoElka
Stop with the 7th dose on 17th. Leave 3 to 4 days without medicine. Then start with Nitric acid 30c two doses(one pill as a dose) per day for four days. Along with this apply nitric acid MT using cotton on the warts.
Generally warts treatment take some time from six weeks to six months. So no need to give up at this point. Let's give some time for the system to clean the toxins of this condition so that your system and baby's system gets free of this problem. If this problem what homeopathy calls as sycotic poison if not treated properly can lead to complications. Skin is the last layer so after cleansing of the system you will start to see the results on skin i.e warts will start to disappear.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoThanks for the encouragement Maheeru. I am ordering the products online as I live in a rural area. I have been ordering through Helios, but I am unable to find Nitric Acid Mother Tincture. They have, Oral Liquid (23% alcohol), "Medicating Potency" (high alcohol liquid potency for practitioner use only) and LM liquid (10% alcohol)... No cream or ointments, are any of these suitable replacements? I cannot find Mother Tincture elsewhere either...
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Elka 3 months ago
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