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Vaginal yeast, bacterial vaginosis in breastfeeding mother

Hi, I am suffering from recurring vaginal yeast and bacterial vaginosis since I gave birth to my baby ( 9 months old now), used prescribed antibiotics ( nifuratel, nistamin, Fenticonazole), worked only for short period, then symptoms get back again. Possibly all this continues from last weeks of pregnancy when I was diagnosied candidosis by my doctor and was not enough time to cure it. I am on quite healthy diet, as baby has erosian esophagitis and allergy and I am still breastfeeding. I also have bad gas and bloating sice giving birth. I do not eat any diary, almost no wheat, fruits, no eggs, sweets/cakes only very occasionally. Would be greatful for any advice.
  Skristi on 2015-03-31
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u can try following medicine

Rx, pulsatilla, 30, 3 doses, 8 hourly
n walnut, 4 pills, bd, for 7 days

follow up after 7 days
DR. R. S. SABADRA 7 years ago
Thank you, I am new here, so would you mind to clarify the usage: what is Rx, what is n, and what is dosage
Skristi 7 years ago
Hi Skristi,

Rx means, "the prescription is.."

n means "and"

Walnut, is a Bach Flower essence, not
a homeopathic remedy. Don't know where you
are in the world, but you can google Bach
Flowers online, if you have trouble finding
them , ask me.

3 doses only of Pulsatilla 30c with 8 hour gaps.
Twice a day of the walnut for 7 days.
Report after 7 days.

Language can be a problem on here as so
many people post from many countries.


Dr. Sabadra:

What is the amount of pills or liquid drops
you advise in a dose of Pulsatilla?

What amount of drops if Walnut is in liquid form?
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 01 Apr 2015 08:26:08 BST]
simone717 7 years ago
Thanks a lot. Indeed, English is not my primary language ( I am from Lithuania) , thus mighn not understand all the abreviations. And lastly - what is 'bd' ? I will easilly find pulsatella 30 here in Lithuania, however, not sure about Walnut - should I specifically search for Walnut by Bach flower? Or any other Walnut is ok? So far I have not found anything like this in Lithuania.
Skristi 7 years ago
bd means twice a day

You have to order the real Bach Flowers, I will
find you some links to order them.

You have also answered the questions on the
thread with Nawaz.( I will alert him that you already
have a prescription)

You can only work with one prescriber at a time
and follow one prescription at a time.
The person who monitors your case will guide you
when you report to them about your reactions
after you take the remedy - when to take further
doses, when to stop, when to change to something else.
simone717 7 years ago
Bach Flowers in Europe can
be ordered from this site:

http://www.bachcentre.com/centre/shop/remedies_eu.htm -

Also since they ship with no
alcohol, when you get your bottle, you can get another bigger dropper bottle and put in about 1/5th alcohol to preserve it and it will last
for many years.
simone717 7 years ago
Thank you. It will take a while until I get it delivered, so will let you know after 7 days from start date
[message edited by Skristi on Wed, 01 Apr 2015 17:26:04 BST]
Skristi 7 years ago
You can start on Pulsatilla now
and report after 7 days.

Do not eat or drink half hour before or after and
avoid coffee on the day you take this.
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 01 Apr 2015 20:47:28 BST]
simone717 7 years ago
thanks alot simone

sorry skristi

for 1 dose, if medicine is in pills form, then 10 pills every time and if medicine is in dilution form, then 4 drops in 30ml water every time

please feel free to ask for any other querrries also

sorry for inconvenience
DR. R. S. SABADRA 7 years ago
I have received my Pulsatilla today and will start on it as suggested, however, apparently my order with Walnut did not arrive and nobody has informed until today it is out of stock. I will need to order from other place and will get it within 2 weeks - is it still OK?
Skristi 7 years ago
Yes, you can start with Pulsatilla and see how
that goes.
simone717 7 years ago
Hi, Just to clarify the dosage - is it valid for both - Pulsatilla and Walnut?
How many drops of Walnut per dose should I take? 4 drops/30 ml water twice a day?
Skristi 7 years ago
Yes, 4 drops as I assume you
are getting liquid.
simone717 7 years ago
Hi, I have been taking Pulsatilla and Walnut as prescribed. I felt a bit sick on the days I was taking Pulsatilla, which was gone after I finished my 3 doses. No complains for Walnut, where I took my last dose yesterday. I am not sure if candida is gone, since I some discharge which looks like candida, but without visiting doctor and a test can not tell 100% - what would you suggest ?
Skristi 7 years ago
Putting thread up to top of forum.
simone717 7 years ago

Please click on Dr. Sabadra's
name and send him an email
with your poster name and that
you have updated on the forum.

Wait a few days to see if he
responds. People get email alerts when they are interacting on a thread, but
sometimes they don't work.

Also, many times prescribers
have come on here for a time
and then do not reappear again
for whatever reason. If that
is the case, you will need to
do a new thread again with
reference to what you already
have taken.
simone717 7 years ago

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