Homeopathic remedies taken during pregnancyCan anybody provide an aswer as to what is considered safe and unsafe in homeopathic remedies during pregnancy? I was a long time sufferer of dermatitis on my feet which I cured with a homeopathic remedy about a year ago, but now that I am pregnant, I am experiencing extremely itchy rashes in new places. Woudl love to use homeopathics but unsure if it is safe.
Thank you for any info.
SallyM on 2007-11-29
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
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♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
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