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low blood pressure 7 months pregnant

My daughter is 7 months pregnant and her blood pressure is 90/60. She often feels dizzy and is very tired but sleeps very little. Any remedy to bring up her blood pressure? She has been told to drink at least 3 liters of water and take a dehydration powder called dioralyte. Any safe remedy to help her? Thanks for suggestions
 
  pearl1 on 2014-01-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Unless all other non-medicinal forms of healthcare have been exhausted, its not advisable to use any treatment, be it homeopathic during pregnancy. If you have already done that, then:

Please answer these questions and I may be able to select a remedy. Answer in front of the questions leaving them in place:
1. Your appearance (age, weight, height)
2. What are the symptoms of the problem:
3. What makes the problem better:
4. What makes the problem worse:
5. How are you feeling mentally & emotionally during the problem (restless, calm, stubborn, weepy, want to be alone, fear of death etc):
6. Are you feeling cold or warm:
7. How is your level of energy:
8. How is your thirst:
9. Are your lips or mouth dry:
10. Your likes in food regarding taste (salty, sweet, sour etc):
11. Your likes in food regarding temperature (cold, hot etc).:
12. Your dislikes in food regarding taste (salty, sweet, sour etc):
13. Your dislikes in food regarding temperature (cold, hot etc).:
14. Any other health issues that you have:
15. What allopathic medicines are you taking:
16. What homeopathic medicines have you taken in last 6 months (dates, dose, potency):

If you have fever during this illness, please answer these questions also:
1. Are you feeling cold or hot
2. Any shivering
3. Are you sweating or not
4. What makes you feel better
5. Are your hands/feet cold
 
fitness 6 years ago

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