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8 months pregnant with anaemia,which remedies?

Hi all,
Im in my 8th month of pregnancy& have been diagnosed anaemic. i feel too lethargic and breathless all the time.
I remember taking lecithin a while back when I had anaemia after my first delivery & was cured then.
Right now which remedies should I take? Im already taking ferrum phos tissue salts.
Breathlessness is horrible!
Thankyou so much
[message edited by homeoashwas on Fri, 04 Jul 2014 03:16:17 BST]
  homeoashwas on 2014-07-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I hope you are using foods high in iron (red meat, liver, spinach etc).

Also get Ferritin supplement.

These are the fastest steps I know of to eliminate anemia.
fitness 8 years ago
im taking all that but still feel tiredand lethargic all the time
homeoashwas 8 years ago
How do you know its anemia
fitness 8 years ago
through blood tests that my dr ordered, he recommmends iron sulphate ,but i'm looking for homeopathic remedies.
can anyone pls help?
homeoashwas 8 years ago
Take Ferrum Phos 3x, two pellets, four times a day.
fitness 8 years ago
already taking ferrum phos,thanks
homeoashwas 8 years ago
Then Ferritin supplement is the only faster way.
fitness 8 years ago
Just wanted to let you know that my condition has been much better since taking lecithin, I ordered it through abc homeopathy & within a day of taking it my condition improved.

homeoashwas 8 years ago

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