Watery, pale brown vaginal dischargehello:
I have been experiencing watery discharge from my vagina over the past couple of months. some days it is so high that i need to use a pantyliner so that it does wet my pants. I saw a local homeopathy doctor and he said that i have hormone imbalance problem and put me on sepia 3o c 2 times a day and ferr phos 200 once a day. I have been using them for a week and i see no change in the vaginal discharge. i feel my energy levels are better. Can anyone throw some light on this pls. it is really really concerning.
hope1234 on 2016-07-05
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fitness 5 years ago
Thank you. Would definitely like to follow your advice. One thing that i would like to mention is that currently i am working in night shift and i hardly get 3 to 4 hours of sleep during night and an hour of afternoon nap in most cases during weekdays.
will await to hear from you. I am desperate to get back to normal life. any help is greatly appreciated.
hope1234 5 years ago
♡ gavinimurthy 5 years ago
Would like to bring this post up. I am still struggling to overcome this situation. Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanking you in advance.
hope1234 5 years ago
♡ mnaari 5 years ago
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