Post partum weightlossHad a delivery via c section 5 months ago. Would like to lose weight on the lower body abdomen and arms as well as she's water retention and bloating. Eat a mostly healthy diet with controlled portions and am quite active as my baby suffers from severe silent reflux and needs constant carrying and attention.
Also my c section scar is still very sore and tender and I suffer from painful twinge in the area.
Would appreciate advice for the above
Pgautham on 2017-11-20
The mother should take the following remedies twice a day for 15 days.
Kali Carb 30
One dose means 2 pills or drops.
The baby should be given Pulsatilla 30 twice a day for 3 days.
One dose means 1 pill.
♥ kadwa 11 months agoAny particular timings or routine to be followed for the same.as in before/after food? Thank you for your reply
Pgautham 11 months agoAlso my baby has situs inversus totalis and a 9mm asd in her heart. The silent reflux had started at about 2 months but has become worse in over the last 1.5 months. She's stopped baby talking for over a month and only sequels or screeches in a high pitch. She doesn't sleep the entire day and wakes ever hour at night. Goes through severe screaming when the gas is terrible and can't burp
Pgautham 11 months agoAlso unable to get pulsatilla in pill form have found 30c drops
Pgautham 11 months agoCan someone please advise for my baby girl as it's heart breaking to see her scream and cry all the time especially with her arterial septum deffect
Pgautham 11 months agoPlease give your baby Belladonna 30 twice a day for 5 days and see how that affects.
One dose means 1 pill or drop.
You should also watch her response to Pulsatilla 30 if she had been given that remedy.
♥ kadwa 10 months agoCan you recommend something to help her sleep longer? She doesn't sleep for 10/20 mins for her naps and wakes every 40 mins at night with very disturbed sleep and startled at the slightest noise
Pgautham 10 months agoCan you recommend something to help her sleep longer? She doesn't sleep for 10/20 mins for her naps and wakes every 40 mins at night with very disturbed sleep and startled at the slightest noise.
I have just started pulsatilla today will update in a week after the recommended dose else will try belladona.
Bit of her medical history .
She is situs inversus totalis which means her organs are mirrored to what is the normal location in the average human.
She also has a 9mm arterial septum defect in her heart.
From about 2 months shes suffered terrible gas and silent reflux. Extremely clingy doesn't like being put down demands to be carried all the time else she screams and cries.
Used to sleep well at night waking for a feed every 2/3 hrs. Now wakes every 20/40 mins at night. Barely or so.ost never sleeps the entire day
Pgautham 10 months agoShe's on her third day of pulsatilla. Post the 3 day dose should I continue the pulsatilla?? She's an extremely sensitive sleeper...even a creak of the bed will wake her up ..her entire day is spent being sleepy and crying to be rocked to sleep and only to wake up as soon as I put her down or in 10 mins..she seems very restless and agitated in her sleep too..always tossing and turning..and sometime I have to walk her up to 40mins for her to fall asleep..leaves me e haunted and no room for anything else. She's very clingy and always seems to cry as if I might abandon her if I put her down and leave her to go do something for a few mins
Pgautham 10 months agoAlso she used to be very chatty and talk baby talk alot..now all she does is squeal and screech for the last 2 months
Pgautham 10 months ago
To post a reply, you must first LOG ON or Register
Information given in this forum is given by way of exchange of views only, and those views are not necessarily those of ABC Homeopathy. It is not to be treated as a medical diagnosis or prescription, and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with a qualified homeopath or physician. It is possible that advice given here may be dangerous, and you should make your own checks that it is safe. If symptoms persist, seek professional medical attention. Bear in mind that even minor symptoms can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, and a timely diagnosis by your doctor could save your life.