Hormonal imbalance-Please take my case and helpHello,
I have been suffering from hormonal imbalance which has come back again after delivering a child.Prior a dose of pulsatilla 30, worked and this was gone.
HoneyKhanna on 2020-02-13
Did you make any test? Serum? Mention it if any.
Give full details of all of your problems.
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Age: 40 Years.
Problem: Eczema with hair trapped under chin .- gone with Pulsa
Weight gain.-gone with Pulsa
Lack of Energy.-gone with Pulsa
Unable to wake up in the morning before 11 am.-gone with Pulsa
Constipation.-gone with Pulsa
No vision in life.
I have mentioned the symptoms ,which were there before and pulsatilla cured the.The other symptoms, arrived post delivery, when my mother inlaw( as per my observation who is a cunning and a dominating lady and would not let others have their space ) came to stay along.
Post delivery i had a weight loss, and staying with her for few days, lead to all these problems.Now I am not sure, what could have been the reason which lead to my issues.
Post delivery , one major feeling that I had was of insecurity of handling the little one.Though I work, still the thoughts that over powered me were, how would i take care of little one.I need more resources and financial support.I have a habbit of securing future before aiming at anything.
I am not sure, if this helps.Please share some form, questions etc, to which I can answer.
Remedies tried: Pulsatilla,Sepia, nat mur, cal ars.,Cal Carb, nat ars,carcinosin.
HoneyKhanna last year
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