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Proteinuria during pregnancy


I developed preeclampsia in my last pregnancy and this time my urine is still showing traces of protein even though my blood pressure is currently on the low side (98/50)-- I am in my 35th week and my doctor is talking about the possibility of inducing labour if the protein continues.

I have not seen proteinuria come up as a symptom in most standard repertories, could anyone please list out the remedies that have this symptom during pregnancy specifically? i also have been gaining water weight at a quick rate with retention mainly in my calves and feet. The feeling is one of tightness and itchiness.

Any suggestions? Appreciate this isn't enough information to prescribe but would appreciate some ideas and I can take them further by looking at the remedies in more detail to see if they fit.

Thanks very much for any help

  JMalik on 2008-01-17
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Please take Arnica 6c thrice a day for two weeks.
girilal last decade

Is that to address BP?

Does it address oedema and proteinuria also?
srisri last decade
Apis mallifica
faisal qureshi last decade
If there is no thirst, Apis could help. If there is intense thirst, you might want to look up acetic acid.

Also consider Haynes observation: Blatta orientalis has cured bad cases of general dropsy after Apis, apocynum and Digitalis failed.
maheeru last decade
Thank you all for your suggestions.

I have thirst, in fact my mouth is very dry and parched,especially in the morning.

How often and in what potency would i take the acetic acid?
JMalik last decade
Acetic acid shall not be repeated too often. So three doses of 30 potency in a day shall do.
maheeru last decade
How are you doing? Is there any relief yet from the remedy?
maheeru last decade

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