Help/Suggestions requested for postpartum depression in one of my patientsHi Everyone,
I need help/suggestions from experts on this forum regarding one of my patient's case. Unfortunately, I am unable to see the patient personally so can't get more details except the following:
The patient is a female of age around 30. She got married last year & now had a baby after 7 or 8 months of pregnancy. While her baby was of 1 or 2 weeks, she saw a nightmare that someone is telling her 'your son is dead', she argued that her son is alive but the same voice said 'but he has to die & will die soon'.... Since that day, the lady has become very much depressed rather in deep grief. Has become very lean & thin, her skin has become pale, is always buried in deep thoughts, doesn't properly take care of herself or her baby even. Just lost in deep grief & always thinking. Whenever she remembers or someone reminds her of that nightmare, she becomes very much afraid & her condition is even worsened. Does not take interest in anything, not even in her kid or family. I had following few remedies in my mind but advice from other fellows id also requested for the same:
1- Calcarea Carb
2- Ambra Gracea
3- Ignatia Ammara
4- Natrum Mur
6- Arsenic Album
Please share your valuable suggestions.
[message edited by AsadGhumman on Wed, 28 Nov 2012 08:07:24 GMT]
♥ AsadGhumman on 2012-11-28
I would suggest that you give her Sulphur 200C.
Possibly because of the shock, Aconitum 30C.
Start with a dose of Aconite 30C. Wait a day and see if this had any effect, if not give Sulphur 200C. One dose, then wait a week.
This is my suggestion. :)
Parakletos; practitioner of classical homeopathy.
♡ Parakletos 8 years ago
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