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Homeopathy and Morning sickness

Morning sickness can range from mild, occasional or serve. Sometimes it lasts a few weeks and something the whole pregnancy.

It is estimated up to 80% of women experience some form of morning sickness, with 50% experiencing both nausea and vomiting.

Homeopathy is here to help. Did you know that homeopathy is safe to use in pregnancy and breastfeeding? Homeopathy supports the whole person, which means that it supports the patient as a person, not the disease or the symptoms. Mental and emotional symptoms are taken into account, as well as predisposition (miasms). Below I have mentioned some remedies with general pictures commonly prescribed for morning sickness. However, it is recommended to obtain a complete picture and select the appropriate remedy.

Ipecac - One of the most common morning sickness remedies used. Content nausea that doesn't seem to stop. Can vomit but not always, but nausea does not feel better with vomiting. There might be a slight cough with nausea and vomiting. Better for firm pressure and rest. Aversion to the smell of food.

Arsenicum - Can't stand the sight or smell of food, nausea with vomiting. Feeling restless, anxious and exhausted quickly. Better for warmth. Worse at night or with cold foods.

Nux Vomica- Nausea with vomiting but feeling better after the vomit. Might feel angry or depressed. Come on after eating. Tightness feeling the abdomen. Headache with vomiting might be present. Violent vomiting. May also have constipation.

Sepia - They have a craving for pickles and acidic foods. Nausea in the morning before eating. Often see this one in women who are constitutionally sepia. I may have had trouble falling pregnant. Nausea worse laying on the side. Heaviness feeling in abdomen. Constipation during pregnancy. vomit more in the morning

These are just a few of the many option available

Homeopathy is a traditional medicine. It may be used in conduction with other medicines. For any ongoing chronic condition, it is important to be assessed or examined by your healthcare professional or specialist. Always seek medical advice in emergencies. The information displayed in this post is to be used as information only, always seek professional advice before starting any medication.

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