34weeks pregnant Insomnia and persistent heartburn Page 17 of 16
I've not been available for a couple of weeks now and this will continue for a few weeks more due to some unavoidable circumstances.
Can't say with certainty if urtica will undo the nettle tea's effects in full or part. Some medicines you can look up for milk situation are: Urtica urens, agnus castus, lecithininum, Galega officinalis.
♥ maheeru 10 months ago
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I have been taking Nux vomica whenever I feel low again, but it seems to not be helping anymore. At least not with this one issue that has all the sudden come up. I say all the sudden but it's been happening over the last 2 ish weeks. And slowly getting worse.
I have been having a VERY hard time waking up in the morning. Like REALLY hard. I am somewhat clear headed around 4-5 AM (when my husband leaves for work and says goodbye to me) but that's too early to get up, so I go back to sleep and groggily wake up around 9 to 9:30 AM and it is a fight to get myself to not fall back asleep into this very heavy sluggish ugly coma-like sleep. My head- especially my forehead- feels warm and feverish, and my brain is so foggy. I'm even a little bit unbalanced.
by body is a little bit stiff and I feel weak and so heavy.
It's weird, my forehead feels heavy, and there's booring dull pain in my eyebrow bones. I just want to go back to sleep.
I did take Nat mur about 3, maybe 4 weeks ago, the response was not positive in the least.
Also ever since my second pregnancy my eyesight has gotten much worse. I used to be able to see things in the distance very well, very detailed. Now i have to squint/strain to see things like a road sign, that is maybe only 4-5 yards away. My focus is lazy- it takes a long time to focus on something that's far away after looking at things up close. I don't know if it is relevant but my dad also has this issue. He actually has a prescription for glasses to help with seeing things in the distance.
The reason I mention the vision is because it is MUCH worse as I am feeling this foggy-lethargy.
I have also had to start supplementing my daughter with milk formula again as of early last week, my breast milk supply has taken a dip and I don't know how to recover it. I was maintaining at least I think just barely enough for her, but now it's not. I kind of feel like just letting it go this time.
Today I am trying very hard to get ready to go on a much needed grocery outing with my two children, but I haven't a clue how to get my head clear so I can manage. I really want this gone!! :(
Maybe i should also mention that I recently took up my hobby of knitting as the season changed in this part of the world. One day my husband took my three year old son out for the day and left me home with my 9 month daughter to relax. So I did. When she we went down for her nap, I sat down to get some knitting done and maybe sat for 2-3 hours. I noticed that my breasts were very full of milk; unusually so for the amount of time that passed.
My conclusion was that the type of relaxation that happened with my very high energy toddler being out of the house, and the ability to work on a craft was a very positive affect on my stress levels.
I felt like a horrible person because I realized that my toddler causes me so much anxiety and stress that it affects my milk supply, and I didn't even realize it.
there's other factors in my stress, things I don't talk about or try not to think about because there's nothing I can do about them.
Anyways, the knitting doesn't have that effect consistently. It was just that one occasion.
rom109 7 months ago
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