I;ve been having a problem with my menstrual cycle for the last six months. I am either skipping periods or spotting for one day. I went to my doctor and all tests are normal. I consulted with a homeopath and was given pulsatilla 200C one dose 3x in one day empty stomach. Shortly there after I felt symptomatic and received my period in October it was regular as always. It was the first normal period in six months. My periods stopped suddenly in June and I have spottted only in Aug & Sept. It is now November and I thought since last months my menses were fine that the problem was solved. I am a few days late, 5 exactly and no symptoms except lower back pain. Any recommendations to fix this problem. I am not in menopause, and all other tests are normal including thryoid. I was recommended Pulsattila mother tincture 10 drops once a day for 10 days, any suggestions.
viper35 on 2008-11-22
Pl. do not take homeopathic medicines indiscriminately without some homeopath working out the appropriate medicine for you.PLease inform as follows.
1.what is your nature specially speak about your anger.
2.if you are angry,how long the effect of anger stays on your mind.
3.do you repent after getting angry?if yes how lng after.
4.pl. explain any physical or mental condition prior to the first episode of missed periods.I mean any other cause or situation which could lead to this problem.
5.your liking,disliking,hobbies and profession.
6.any relationship problem weighing heavily on your mind.
7.any other information which you feel is important including any other health issue being faced by you be elaborated.
sarup last decade
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