spotting during early pregnancyHi
i need help of experienced homeopath. My wife is six week pregnant but she is observing spotting from almost 6 days on and off. The spot is as little as small water drop or sometimes like small thread. The spot colour is sometimes pink and sometimes brownish.
we went to gynecologist and she prescribed duphaston 10mg thrice a day and ivf c 5000 injections. But there is still spotting on and off.
There spotting is observed only after peeing.
I read in some post Maheeru suggested "Viburnum Op Q" for this problem. Can i give this medicine to my wife ? if yes then what should be the dosage and for how long does she need to use the medicine ?
she also have nausea usually in the morning and at night. Plus she has bitter mouth which indicate towards nat sulph .
She also crave for junk food which indicate towords cal phos.
So can i give her tissue salt nat sulph 6x ,cal phos 6x, kali phos 6x and ferrum phos 6x.
one thing to mention my wife is still taking duphaston tablets and the next injection is due after 4 days.
The doctor said its too early for the scan. She asked some test (beta hcg) which came back normal 38000.
Please i need help urgently from some experienced homeopath
♥ kali on 2018-12-21
♥ Dr R Basu last year
Hope you are fine. Spotting has been stopped since one week. The doctor said continue with weekly injections and progesterone 200 mg twice a day untill i say to stop.
Now can she use tissue salt or should she wait ?
♥ kali last year
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