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Dhartanya October 6th, 2012 08:48 PM

Natural/home remedies
 
For chilling out/quieting/stopping contractions.

I know there are some good drug free alternative, I remember seeing a list. But can't find it anymore.

Amanda Holmmes October 7th, 2012 08:50 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
Hi Dhartanya,

There is something that I know that can help so much!!

it's called Laboraide and it is a Natural Childbirth Tool.

bostoncreampie October 7th, 2012 10:18 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
If you are interested in Hypnobabies, they have a "Baby Stay In" track. I highly recommend Hypnobabies!

Dhartanya October 7th, 2012 10:56 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kristenpie (Post 26621755)
If you are interested in Hypnobabies, they have a "Baby Stay In" track. I highly recommend Hypnobabies!

I am actually taking the class, so I can get extra tracks!
Totally forgot!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Amanda Holmmes (Post 26621478)
Hi Dhartanya,

There is something that I know that can help so much!!

it's called Laboraide and it is a Natural Childbirth Tool.

Looks very interesting.

I'm only 29 weeks, so LO needs to bake a bit longer.

therevslady October 7th, 2012 07:59 PM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
Magnesium/calcium supplements worked for me after my car accident.

Wine also works for lots of folks.

Dhartanya October 7th, 2012 08:57 PM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ~~Que~~ (Post 26623659)
Magnesium/calcium supplements worked for me after my car accident.

Wine also works for lots of folks.

Is the Mag/Cal a combo supp or would I have to buy them separately? How much does one start with?

Dhartanya October 8th, 2012 04:42 PM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
I'm also looking into a place that will make a tincture or tea that helps "calms" contractions.

Dhartanya October 16th, 2012 01:23 PM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by danielgury (Post 26659069)
Dhartanya,

I see amnada has heard of laboraide.

Here is a link to their site. I suggest you look it up. it is amazing

Thanks for the link, I did look it up.
It's not the right product for me at this time.
I'm 30 weeks and LO needs to bake longer before I bring on something like laboraide.

I think I'm gonna try the Mag/Cal combo, I just don't know how much I should be taking.

raniaviv February 7th, 2013 07:44 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
yes Amanda you are right for labour pain relief you have LABORAIDE. I have had friends use it. They were very happy!

never listless laura February 7th, 2013 07:49 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
I've definitely heard magnesium helps.
Valerian root helped calm ME down for everything else!

GranolaMamaOf3 February 7th, 2013 11:31 AM

Re: Natural/home remedies
 
For future reference; CALM makes a mag/cal combination supplement that works well. Take as directed on bottle (it is recommended that you start slow and work up to the full dose, otherwise you may get diarrhea). Also, always be sure to talk over supplements of any kind with your health care provider.


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