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Is Lemon A Natural Abortion
Papaya and Dengue: It would be incorrect to say that an extract of papaya leaves can 'cure' dengue. There is no specific cure for dengue, but there is some evidence that an extract of papaya leaves may be of benefit in the most dangerous form of dengue, i.e., dengue haemorrhagic fever, by raising platelet counts. The evidence is not rigorous so further study is needed. ...Read more
I am not aware of...: One in about six pregnancies abort spontaneously, usually early in pregnancy (first trimester). Elective abortion/termination should be done under supervision, especially later in pregnancy, as bleeding and rate of infections tend to increase etc.. So, i strongly advise that you consult your doc for advice/instructions... Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not at all: That is not scientifically valid at all. Eat cinnamon if you like the taste but not for medical treatments. ...Read more
No: Normal physiological ovarian function/production of hormones will result in usual female cycles. ...Read more
Be careful: Not really. Be careful of interactions even if something is "natural" ...Read more
Yes: In almost all cases, a normal birth is desired over a c-section. Despite today's progress in surgical advances, infection prevention, and post-op recovery, a natural birth is still considered safer, with fewer risks, than an operative delivery. However, when cases of breech, twins or triplets, macrosomia (large infant), etc. Occur, we have the ability to safely deliver these babies by c-section. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Senna: Cassia angustifolia is basically senna. It's a laxative. It's fine to use after a miscarriage but be sure to be drinking plenty of water and eating a normal diet. Use during pregnancy hasn't been well studied so caution is advised if pregnancy is suspect. But with miscarriage, dehydration would be the main concern. Feel free to ask additional questions. Dr. C. ...Read more
Is anti itch cream safe to use during pregnancy? Is there a homeopathic remedy that's better for big bites?
Baking Soda: For individual bites a paste made from baking soda and water will stop the itching and is OK to use during pregnancy. Apply the paste directly to the bite area only. For multiple bites you can add a 1/4 cup of baking soda to a luke warm bath to soothe the itching as well. Soak in the bath for up to 15 min then rinse well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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