Warfrin & heavy periodsMy niece has been prescribed Warfrin (a blood thinner)as she has had blood clots. However, this is making her periods extremely heavy. Herbal remedies that would ease her menstrual flow, also reverse the effects of the Warfrin so she cannot take them. I wondered whether there would be a homeopathic remedy that would ease her periods, yet at the same time not negate the anti-coagulant effect of the warfrin.
Any ideas anyone please.
Ryella on 2013-04-14
taking other things with it- other meds,
herbs, etc. I just read a case on a real Md forum where
a person on this drug, went to another Md and got
a antidepressant and the second MD neglected to look
up side effects. The patient developed non stop bleeding
in 7 days and died.
The question here should be how to treat homeopathically
for her blood clots and I would think she would have
to go off this drug to do that. You should check with
a very experienced homeopath in your area about this.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
The Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy is made as follows:
Order the remedy in the Ethanol pack also referred to as Liquid Dilution in a bottle preferably with a dropper arrangement.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake the bottle hard before you sip a capfull of the bottle or a large teaspoonful which is the dose.
Shaking the bottle hard is homeopathic succussion and this shaking must be done at least 6 times before sipping a capful of the bottle as prescribed.
♡ Joe De Livera 7 years ago
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