Diabolical hayfever + pregnantHello there, hope you someone can help me as I am at the end of tether. I was a smoker & used to suffer from hayfever every other day which would start off with an itchy nose before climbing out of bed & I would then start sneezing, nose running etc. I put the hayfever down to me being a smoker. I found out about a month ago that I was pregnant & gave up smoking immediately, the hayfever cleared up for about a week but now has returned ten-fold, I wake up every single morning before the sun rises with an terribly itchy nose & the rest of the symptoms follow, now I'm not sure what I can take taking into consideration that I am pregnant, any advice out there?
Snowi_d on 2006-10-19
Since you are pregnant, kindly try to refrain from taking any potencised medicines. INSTEAD take the 1000% safer Bio-Chemic Tissue salts, which would be sufficient to take care of your tentative needs.
Kali.Mur.3X, + Ferr.Phos.3X + Nat.Sulph.3X
Take 2 tablets of each (one dose of 6 tablets). Take such 4 doses per day till symptoms persist. Just let the tablets dissolve on your tongue. Tentatively you should feel better in 2-3 days time. This is highly safe during pregnancy.
ALSO do the following as a routine, since you routinely tend to catch fever.
- Take Eucalyptus oil (available in medical shops), dab a drop each on either side of your pillow and also on the collar of your sleeping dress. Do this daily, till fever tendency persists.
Please confirm / post over here, IF you benefit from the above suggestions.
Remain Healthy & Happy ....... Nesha-India
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