Medicine for cough-19 weeks PregnantI am 9 weeks pregnant and have got dry cough, as I cough it pains my stomach. So i am seeking some remedy. I never had any nausea, or vomiting problems. Just got some lower back pains (heard it is common in pregnancy). My current wt is 74Kg & my height is 5'2'. I was suggested by a non medic Homeopathic Suggestor to take Nat Sulp 6x+Kali Phos 6x+Kali Mur 6x, 4tabs of each 3 times a day with a cup of hot water. But Im not sure if it is safe for me in this condition. Pls suggest.
Shivani2012 on 2012-08-22
1) Aconite 30.
Take two doses of Aconite 30 in a day. First dose should be taken early morning empty stomach, second dose before going to bed.
One dose means.
The medicine is in liquid dilution form. Add 3 drops of medicine in some half cup (Approx. 3 sip) water and stir with spoon. Sip up the content. Make sure you keep all medicines away from direct sunlight, strong smell, strong heat zone (keep it in a dark cool place away from allopathic medicines). Also make sure the dropper is fitted with the bottle, else use separate dropper for different medicine for making doses, this will avoid unnecessary contamination.
Please follow homeopathy restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, and no strong perfumes don't eat or drink anything within 45 minutes before or after taking medicine, also it is important to wait one hour minimum before or after brushing the teeth. These restrictions need to be followed each time you take homeopathy medicines during the treatment.
Give me update after taking doses.
Blessings & Prayers,
♡ Nikkie last decade
Shivani2012 last decade
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