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sneezing during pregnancy

Hi,
I am 31 year old and I am 2 months pregnant now. I have been having sneezing problem for the past 2 years. Initially i was taking allopathic medicine the sneezing and cold used to go off and come back again in a week.Last 4 months I have been taking homeo medicine I seemed to improve. Since I am carrying I am not taking any pills now. But I am sneezing the entire day and it tires me out. Can I take homeo medicines during pregnancy?? If so please guide me,
Thanks
 
  anup12 on 2009-10-26
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Ferrum Phos 6x (Bio Chemic/Cell Salt). Put 10 to 15 pills in 1/2 glass of warm water, dissolve and drink all of this. Do this once in 2 to 4 hours, based on improvement. Report after 2 days. This is nutritious and is beneficial during pregnancy too.

One general advice: Never take any nosodes medicines in Homeopathy (like Medhorinum, Syphilinum, Tuberculinum etc) during Pregnancy.

After this, please take Calc Phos 6x (2 pills) in the moring, then Natrum Sulph 6x (2 pills), once a day in the evening as a preventive and nutrition.

Reva V
 
Reva V last decade
Thanks Reva for the instant reply. I have got the pills in the reply. I am trying to hold taking these medicines for the next three weeks(I would complete my 1st trimester then) as much as possible. I will update as soon as I start taking the pills. Thanks a lot.
 
anup12 last decade
I am glad you purchased the medicine.

Please note that I requested to take only 2 days and asked you to report.

The frequency to repeat is 2 to 4 hours, if you are still sneezing too much. Otherwise, three times a day is enough.

Reva V
 
Reva V last decade

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