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Step B in urine while pregnant

I'm 13 weeks with my 5th. At 12 week app did urine screening. Dr. called and said they detected Strep B in my urine and wants me to start an antibiotic immediately. I declined and want to fight it naturally.
I have NO symptoms.

I'm taking all sorts of herbs and probiotics and I'm going to be retested in 2 weeks.
I read here a recommendation of
"take a couple of doses of Thuja 30c on following days. Then follow that with Silica 6x twice a day for a week"

Can anyone confirm and clarify these instructions for the Thuja? How many days? Do I dose in water?

Thank you for all your help! My plan is to try and test negative at my 35 week appointment too.
  nmbarden on 2016-10-02
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day 1 and day 2

Thuja 30 twice a day.
In my opinion Ignatia 30 may work well in this case. Still you may go ahead with Thuja 30.

One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.

day 3 to day 10

3 pellets/tablets of Silicea 6x twice a day.

Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
[message edited by kadwa on Mon, 03 Oct 2016 07:13:23 UTC]
kadwa 6 years ago

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