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Remedy to avoid episiotomy?With my first pregnant I had a 3rd degree episiotomy.
I would like to avoid having an episiotomy this time, is there a homeopathic remedy that can help?
I know I should take arnica 30 every 2 hours before delivering and after, for pain, anything else?
bluesky77 on 2017-11-17
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This thread continues beneath the following ad.It's a punctured wound. So first line of medicine would be to try Ledum and Hypericum.
If this helps partially or does not help, staphysagria in 30c can be used as this is an instrument wound. This is second line.
If you follow the instructions i gave in the other thread, this may not be needed and delivery might be smooth.
maheeru on 2017-11-18
Refer to last post, i have posted a few links there.
maheeru on 2017-11-20This thread continues beneath the following ad.Thanks, I know but those threads don't give me the remedies to avoid an episiotomy, those were for other issues .... I am confused.
bluesky77 on 2017-11-21
Ok. He does quite a bit on pregnancy,so you might find some of his threads interesting- which you can scroll thru by clicking his name.
simone717 on 2017-11-22Yes Bluesky77
The other links i gave were for other users. But the links are relevant as far as avoiding episiotomy is concerned. Even otherwise homeopaths always check out similar cases from masters because more often than not similar cases require similar medicines.
This puncture(episiotomy) is only made when the delivery of baby is getting delayed if baby's head is get stuck or there is not enough space for the baby's whole frame to move out.
I have mentioned about using Tissue salts, K.phos+M.phos and a medicine called Caulophyllum 30c to be used in the last month of pregnancy. This will go a long way in preparing the muscles involved in labour and delivery. Also in other cases Pulsatilla would have been used for smooth delivery.
So if you have the medicines ready and take them according to indications, more than likely you will have smooth delivery and episiotomy may not even be required at all.
maheeru on 2017-11-22
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