amenorrhoea - very little MC flowHello,
I am a 37 yr old female who just an FET (frozen embryo transfer) done - it was negative. They had put me on extra estrogen and progesterone to thicken the lining even though my lining was fine (as it is standard procedure). One week after stopping the hormone injections, I got my periods but this time, the flow is very very little and barely lasted a day - it was watery, light pink and today is the 4 day with little spotting and on and off stomach pain.
I had take lilium tigrinum 30 - 6 doses last week as I do several months to regularize cycle (as recommended by my homeopath).
I took bovista 30 on mon and tue and also drank flax seed boiled water with jaggery and ghee.
The first day I got a white-red huge clot. The periods before this in Feb - flow had lasted 4 days with many clots.
On wed-thu he asked me to take sabal serrulata Q for uterine congestion and 2 doses daily of cimicifuga 30. Nothing has helped so far.
My homeopath is travelling and I am at a loss as to what to do next.
My nurse is afraid that when I do another cycle in May, I may get a hematoma (bleeding clot) just like I did when I was pregnant last year (miscarriage at 10 weeks). At that time due to stale blood inside, I kept bleeding daily.
I have liver stagnation (poor ability to digest fats, poor digestion and multiple bowel movements - 5 a day). Not found relief in any of this over last 6 yrs.
I cannot stand the cold and have poor blood circulation. Hair loss, Slightly hypothyroid (under control now).
Please recommend something to clear out Menstrual congestion.
Any help will be much appreciaed.
hahnemann on 2011-03-31
The only way someone here could make a suggestion with confidence is for a proper and detailed description of your health/disease to be given.
What you have given so far is nowhere near enough. How much information did you give your other homoeopath?
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
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