Herbal remedies may also be referred to as herbal supplements, herbal medicines, or medicinal herbs.
You can buy herbal remedies as powdered herbs, herbal tinctures, infusions, capsules or tablets. They're available over the counter from health food shops or pharmacies, or through a qualified medical herbalist.
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If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, you probably want to know what medications and herbal remedies are safe to take after you become pregnant. Ideally, it would be best to discuss your current medications with your doctor before you conceive. In any case, as soon as you know you are pregnant, inform your health care providers and discuss what medicines are safe for you to take.
If you are breast-feeding, some medications may pass into the breast milk and cause unwanted effects on your nursing baby, so check with your health care provider about taking medications after the baby is born as well.
If you are taking medication for a condition such as epilepsy, high blood pressure, asthma, or depression, often the benefits of continuing to take the medicine during pregnancy outweigh the risks to the baby. Don't assume you should stop taking the medicine. Always check with your doctor to determine the recommendation for you. You may also be able to switch to another medication that treats your problem with less risk to your developing baby.
A healthy, properly functioning uterus, healthy ova (egg) and sperm, as well asbalanced hormones are of utmost importance. Even if the ova and sperm are healthy and pregnancy is progressing forward in the very early stages quite normally, the new blastocyst still must make its way to your uterus for implantation. Once there, it must imbed itself into the wall of the uterus for implantation. Implantation is necessary so that the fetus, placenta, and amniotic sac can begin to form in a safe environment.
Some women struggle to maintain pregnancy due to implantation problems. There have been a variety of names associated with this pregnancy issue; slippery womb, irritable uterus, spastic uterus and so on. Sometimes implantation problems can be directly linked to fertility problems such as endometriosis, adenomyosis, Asherman’s syndrome, autoimmune disorders and uterine fibroids. But what if you don’t have those issues and you are still having problems? There are some very specific herbs and other natural therapies that may help secure implantation. These ideas may also benefit those women who have the fertility problems I just mentioned and have been shown safe to do even if you have any of those problems I listed.
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