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What i can take during pregnancy

Iam 14 weeks pregnant and I was wondering what would you recommend for flu during pregnancy. Thank you
 
  dity83 on 2015-05-12
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Dear Dity83,

Explain your health problem in detail if possible.

Regards,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 6 years ago
Thank you for your reply.

Iam coming down with some flu i guess, i have itchy/scratchy throat. I was wondering if i can take something to stop it at early stage.
 
dity83 6 years ago
Dear Dity83,

Get hold of the following medicine in Liquid dilution.

1) Arsenic Alb. 30c.

Dose frequency for just one day (1----1----1) i.e. 6 Am – 12 Pm – 6 Pm.

Each dose of medicine will have 3-4 drops in 20 ml mineral water.

Please follow homeopathy restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, and no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.

Stop other medicine (if it is not an emergency). Keep me updated.


Regards,
Nikkie.
[message edited by Nikkie on Wed, 13 May 2015 06:30:01 BST]
 
Nikkie 6 years ago

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