Birth defects and miscarriage due to thujja Occidentals 30 cHello respected Sirs
My wife was diagnosed with PCOD 4 months ago. She had regular period but periods were scanty and with pain.she is 23 years old and weigh 43 kilograms.
I consulted a homoepath and he prescribed her pulsatilla, apis and aurum iodatum and sepia 200 one dose a day.
But my biggest blunder was to self prescribe my wife to take thujja 30 c one dose a day by putting 8 drops on tongue as I came to know this thujja helps in PCOD with facial hair above upper lip. My wife had been taking it since last 2 months.
Earlier we never tried for baby but we knew it's may be hard to conceive with PCOD.so after taking these medications my wife missed period which were due on 15 june to 17 june 2018.my wife has some cramps on 12 June but we thought it as pre menstrual cramps but when period missed she did pregnency test which came positive.
Now I came to know that thujja has side effects and should be given under homoepath and not for more than 15 days.i stopped his thujja intake on 20 June. I came to know thujja causes birth defects in foetus. Please suggest me should we go to terminate pregnency as my wife used thujja for more than two months and 7 days during pregnency.
Whether this 7 days thujja intake during pregnency will create any problem to foetus. Please tell me antidote of thujja.should I take it or not.i am much worried .please help me.
Alok250492 on 2018-06-21
♡ 0antivirus0 4 years ago
If she should take any antidote of thujja 30 c which may cancel it's adverse effect during pregnency, please prescribe.
Is Using thujja over 2 months on daily one dose serious for baby?will this affect baby in coming time.
Sorry for being emotional but I had craving for baby since marriage and I do not want to lose this and want no defect in baby just due to thujja
Alok250492 4 years ago
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