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HELP- vaginal infection after birth

I suspect I may have an infection after birth and really don't want antibiotics as i'm breastfeeding.
Here are my symptoms-

- strong smell
-stinging occasionally
-tenderness and swollen
-feels very dry even though still bleeding after birth
-lochia colour- russet/orangey red not always bright red or red brown

-pressure lower abdomen/vagina when standing

Any ideas what I could take please?

Many thanks

Steph x
  Stief on 2010-11-30
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You need a dose of Sepia. Sounds like uterine prolapse.
Take a dose of Sepia 200C, 3-4 pills. Remember, no coffee, no menthol, camphor, peppermint. And take medication 1 hour before or after food.
When you buy Sepia 200C, you can also buy Sepia 1M.

Parakletos, a practitioner of classical homeopathy.
Parakletos last decade
Thank you so much I will do that. When you say no coffee etc... is that just for an hour or so after or before or for a longer length of time?

Many thanks x
Stief last decade
Ooh I forgot to add that I'm breastfeeding- will this cause any detriment or provings to baby? I haven't taken it yet...

Steph xx
Stief last decade
As long as you use homeopathy, coffee should be kept to a minimum. Preferably 0 This is because caffeine acts as an antidote to homeopathy. The choice then becomes, health or coffee. ;-)

Try taking homeopathic medicine immediately after you have given the baby food so that your body has taken the medicine before the next time you give milk.

Parakletos last decade
Remember that when you take this medicine, pour the pills into the lid of the container, and then directly into the mouth. Let them melt under your tongue before you swallow
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Parakletos last decade

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