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silicea, pregnancy and sinus

Hello everyone I am new to this forum. I was doing some research about nasal congestion and sinus during pregnancy when I came across it.
I am 16 weeks into my first pregnancy. I have been fighting sinus for about 2 years and since falling pregnant only use saline sprays to help keep nasal passages clear. Before falling pregnant I was also using silicea in colloidal mineral form for general health.
I was wondering if I could reasume silicea during pregnancy... will it help with calcium levels? and will it help with sinus?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Dayzie.
  dayzie on 2006-11-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Caution should be exercised while taking silicea in pregnancy as this may result in miscarriage.
maheeru last decade
thanks Maheeru,
It is mis leading as omn the box it comes in it says breast feeding a pregnant women have greater calcium needs...you'd assume it was saying it's safe to have huh?
I won't be taking any more...Thanks again.
dayzie last decade
Hello Dayzie

Also read up this link:


A natural tip is taking holistic diet comprising various nutrients.

Since you're into 4/5th month of pregnancy, you can use following tissue salts Ferrum phos 6x, Cal. phos. 6x, Kali phos 6x as a tonic.(NO continous use. Should be used sparsely).
maheeru last decade
I'm 14 weeks pregnant and a homeopath suggested silicea 200C as a constitutional remedy. Is it safe in that dosage during pregnancy. Please let me know.

Homeoquestion last decade
If the case was taken right, silicea 200c should not be a problem.

If it's just over the top suggestion, then there may be a better recommendation.
maheeru last decade

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