Pulsatilla 30 during PregnancyHi,
I have been advised to take Pulsatilla 30 from the 34th week of my pregnancy. The homeopath says that it will help me having normal vaginal pregnancy. Please advise if it is safe to take Pulsatilla 30 everyday, once a day.
ToBeMom on 2012-01-26
srisri 9 years ago
This kind of prescribing is not homoeopathy at all, unless your homoeopath has determined that based on your history, your character, your various problems, that you are a Pulsatilla person. During pregnancy many different remedies could be needed. The ONLY way we know which one is based on the symptoms and problems you actually experience.
Be aware, that the wrong remedy, will produce side effects, especially when it is taken too often. That might put you and your baby in danger. Pulsatilla must be the correct remedy based on the whole picture of your health. It does not automatically make a vaginal birth likely.
If your homoeopath is suggesting it will, they are lying to you or so badly trained that they have no idea how homoeopathy works.
Professional Classical Homoeopath
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
Thanks for the information. I don't really have any problem as such at this point of my pregnancy. I have a sonography scheduled after 35th week of my pregnancy and that will give more details on my baby's position in the uterus.
I understand that no medicine should be taken without a proper reason. Could you please advise, under what circumstances, a homeopath would advise taking Pulsatilla 30 to a pregnant women.
ToBeMom 9 years ago
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