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Pregnant with a bacterial infection

Hello, I am 14 weeks pregnant and my docotor says I have a bacterial infection in my vagina (asymptomatic). I was prescribed a medication (antibiotic) that has been found to cause cancer in lab testing on animals. I am very scared to take this medication and I would like a homeopathic alternative. I have used homeopathy for years, and always with excellent results. Some history: 33 years old. Third pregnancy. My first child was premature due to a rupture of the membranes at 29 weeks (cause unknown). I have mild asthma and seasonal allergies. Also a strong allergy to dogs. I sleep well, I have had no nausea and my bowels are regular. I am on no other medcations or using any remmedies daily at this time.
Please let me know what other information will be necessary to prescribe. Thank you.
  samnbudsmom on 2007-10-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Merc sol-6c one dose dily only 3 days after week report back,OK
faisal qureshi last decade
this information is actually not sufficient to suggest any remedy.

please describe the actual sensation, location, modalities and probable cause of the ailment.

also, please tell us about yourself, your personality, your fears, cravings etc.

MERC SOL can be used if there is itching and burning which increases at night. also, it increases after urination and decreases after being washed with cold water.

to reduce the itching and burning, please wash the affected area with luke warm salt water after every 4 hours.
rishimba last decade

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