Home Remedies for Miscarriage

June 10, 2008 · Filed Under Home Remedies  Bookmark and Share

Miscarriage is nothing actually it is a loss of a pregnancy without obvious cause before the 20th week. Most of the miscarriages are actually occurring during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It is a common problem. About 15 percent of all known pregnancies end in miscarriage. About half of all conceptions are also believed to be lost, normally before the mother is aware she is pregnant. Many women may start to bleed and have pain. This bleeding can vary from being dark brown to being bright red and the pains can be cramping in the lower abdomen or in the back.Home Remedies for Miscarriage

Asafetida (Ferula fetida)

Asafetida is the common solution to most women’s problems. It must be taken during the pregnancy months to prevent the risk of a miscarriage.

Asparagus (Asparagus racemosus)

The asparagus is known as the women’s ashwagandha for no mean reason. It is effective in treating most problems related to the female reproductive system. It is popularly known as shatavari in India. This herb can treat infertility and threatened miscarriages, among other benefits.

Take some amount of asafetida and dissolve it in water. This must be consumed once every day during the months of pregnancy. If a woman has a miscarriage before, then this asafetida water must be certainly given in that particular month. This is considered to be a very effective precaution against miscarriage.

Have a spoonful of fresh juice of vitamin C mixed with honey every morning.

In order to lower the heat in the groin area, a towel must be dipped in cold water and compressed on the area. This is home remedies for miscarriage.

No antibiotics must be taken during the pregnancy at all. This includes aspirin. Antibiotics can increase the heat of the body, which could be very harmful to the developing fetus. If there is some problem like headache, cold or fever, then natural remedies must be adopted instead of using antibiotics.

Tobacco is absolutely dangerous during a pregnancy. Not only must the expecting mother avoid smoking, she should also not go in the vicinity of other people who are smoking. Passive smoking contains toxins that are more harmful to the fetus than direct smoking.

Stressful exercises must be avoided. Especially activities that strain the groin area, such as lifting heavy weights, must be avoided. This could physically damage the fetus.

Some women are tempted to take antibiotics in order to stop the vomiting and the giddiness in the first trimester. This should not be done at all. If any antibiotics need to be taken, then they must be done in consultation with the gynecologist. Even there, the gynecologist may suggest alternative therapies.



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