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breastfeeding and homeo

when a nursing mother takes a homeopathic potentised medicine, will it get in to the infant's system through breastmilk?
three days back i gave lycopodium 200 to my six monthold baby girl for her gas disorder. it seems she is respongding well to that medicine. at the same time, i want to give her mother Calcarea Carb 200 or 1M for her hypothyroidism. for two weeks back i gave her calc carb 200 and almost all her symptoms disappeared. but some of them have come back. this is why i am thinking of giving her one more dose of calc carb. but can i give her calc carb now that i have already given lycopodium to her breastfeeding baby?
please help.
  pcthahir on 2010-08-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
preganancy through to encd of breast feeding --mother and infant are treated as one---meidines mother takes affect infant---if mother is ill then baby is affetced through milk----if chinfan tis ill --mother only is totake remedy---relax --no more meds---give some time and reassess symptomology --and prescribe as genuine homoeopathy dictates---according to mother and infant state of being at thtat time--needless dosing and such only complicate
John Stanton 9 years ago
if what you said is correct, how can i treat my wife? i mean, how can i give her calc carb now that i have already given lycopodium to her breastfeeding child? you haven't answered that part of my doubt. how i wish others too had responded.
pcthahir 9 years ago

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