Homeopathy for Polyhydramnios? Experience? - Mothering Forums

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#1 of 3 Old 06-04-2013, 06:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Wow that subject is a mouthful!

I'm 34 weeks pregnant and diagnosed with polyhydramnios. (My AFI is 30cm.)

I have read that Nat Mur or Natrum Mur can be very helpful in treating polyhydramnios. Does anyone have experience with it? What dosage have you seen success with? Any other successful alternative therapies to suggest?

Any help or advice would be much much appreciated!
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hi!  i have no idea about how to treat polyhydromnios.


i know that often the amniotic fluids can increase to protect the child.  


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Polyhydramnios is a sign that baby has a defect or abnormality. Not necessarily something major or life threatening but if you are planning a homebirth or UC you might want to consider an ultrasound if you haven't already or maybe consider a hospital birth just incase there is any problem.



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