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7 weeks pregnant. Severe pelvic pain, no bleeding. Embryo's heartbeat normal. Prescribed methampyrone, papaverine hcl, belladonna extract. Safe?

7 weeks pregnant. Severe pelvic pain, no bleeding. Embryo's heartbeat normal. Prescribed methampyrone, papaverine hcl, belladonna extract. Safe?

In the US that would: Not be given, at 7 weeks pregnant please discuss with your doc because u should not be having severe pelvic pain at 7 weeks pregnant with no explanation, u need further evaluation of everything in your pelvis including bowels and bladder assuming you have no fibroids or an ovarian cyst which should be seen on a pelvic ultrasound. ...Read more

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Would it be fine to take belladonna/phenobarbital tablets from 2002?

No: Any medication that is that old should not be kept around the house. Dispose of it properly. It is unlikely to have much potency left, but you never know. Assume nothing. To find out the actual shelf life, a pharmacist might be able to give you specifics. ...Read more

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How old does belladonna/phenobarbital have to be before it is not safe to use?

Best.Read Expiration: It is always best to use medication before its expiration date listed on the prescription. ...Read more

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My friend brought me a combination of belladonna and arnica. What are the uses?

My friend brought me a combination of belladonna and arnica. What are the uses?

Homeopathic remedies: I'm guessing you may have received this as a lotion or cream. It's a combination remedy which can be topically applied to sprains and bruises -- it may decrease pain, inflammation and bruising. Do not apply it to broken skin or open wounds. Arnica and belladonna are each homeopathic remedies which can be used in acute illnesses and in long-term chronic cases. A homeopath can help you with this. ...Read more

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What is the difference between homeopathic belladonna and the plant belladonna?

What is the difference between homeopathic belladonna and the plant belladonna?

Homeopathic remedy: The homeopathic remedy "belladonna" is prepared from a tincture of the whole plant "atropa belladonna, " in the nightshade family. Producing a homeopathic medicine requires both precise dilution and mechanical shaking ("succussion") between each dilution. Ingested in material quantities, the plant would be very toxic. But the homeopathic remedy is just right to stimulate one's healing system. ...Read more

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Is belladonna safe to use topically?

Is belladonna safe to use topically?

Belladonna+ arnica: Belladonna "b"and arnica each has topical pain relieving effects on the skin, for conditions deeper down like muscle spasm, pain or other tissue pains. Not dangerous but u are not to swallow it, ever! topically, there are no dangers to intact skin. If the pains are too major, this usually homeopathic strength gel may not bring all the relief you need+may need to take other pain meds. ...Read more

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Does belladonna help with opiud withdrawl?

Does belladonna help with opiud withdrawl?

No: Material quantities of belladonna may be antispasmodic, but expose you to many risks. It also will not cross-cover for, or help taper, opiates. Homeopathic belladonna is not poisonous and has many applications, but opiod withdrawal is not an indication for using it. See an addiction medicine doctor for comprehensive help for your addiction. Good luck to you. ...Read more

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I do not have diarrhea should I take belladonna pb?

I do not have diarrhea should I take belladonna pb?

Belladonna PB: It sounds like you're talking about belladonna with phenobarbitol -- maybe for irritable bowel syndrome? This will slow down your bowel, and the phenobarb will calm anxiety. I suggest asking the doctor who prescribed this, for specific instructions on when ; how to use it. ...Read more

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I've heard that belladonna can be used to treat nausea?

I've heard that belladonna can be used to treat nausea?

Not recommended: Belladonna is commercially available over-the-counter (otc) for short-term use as "earache tablets" and as a "leg cramp" preparation. Belladonna can not be recommended otc as an anti-emetic, nor without physician oversight or prescription would safe dosing be possible. If you have nausea that persists, the list of possible diagnoses is very long. Please get check rather than self-medicating. ...Read more

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