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Taking many homeopathy medicines while breastfeeding.

Dear doctors, need your suggestion.

I am suffering with sciatica since last 4 years because of which my back muscles are always sore and my legs are numb most of the time

I have insomania also and i use to stay awake till 3:am. Everynight.

I have consulted a homeopathy doctor nearby and he gave me following medicines.

Rhus tox 200 (5 drops 3 times a day)
Ignatia 200(5 drops 3 times a day)
Arnica 1M, hypercium 1M, Ruta 1M, Sympthum 1M (5 drops once in a day every alternate day).

I have started taking it 3 days back I did feel my pain is less. My back is little better, but I have an infant of 8 months who I nurse he is not feeling well since last 2 days and vomiting continuously..

I feel it might be because of the medicines I am taking...can you please suggest if I should continue taking this or stop it for some time...

I checked with my homeopathy doctor and as per him it is safe to take these medicines while breastfeeding.
[message edited by Nehaaadya on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 05:52:43 UTC]
  Nehaaadya on 2016-03-16
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