I have read that Nat Mur or Natrum Mur can be very helpful in treating polyhydramnios. Can you recommend any treatments?
Any help or advice would be much much appreciated!
I'm sorry, this is not something I treat as I do not treat pregnant women. I don't have any experience with using Nat mur in this way. Consulting an experienced homeopath or naturopathic midwife is my recommendation.
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