Homeopathic Medicine to Prevent Abortion/miscarriage

Abortion and miscarriage, its causes, symptoms, homeopathy medicine and homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion and miscarriage.

Are you looking for a homeopathic cure to prevent abortion/miscarriage? This article discusses the homeopathy treatment to prevent abortion/miscarriage along with the best homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion/miscarriage.

The word abortion comes from the Latin word, abortion, which means to abort, miscarry, and deliver prematurely orabortion before the fetus reaches a viable mature stage that is 28th week of pregnancy. An abortion is the termination of pregnancy. It can be spontaneous or can be performed through either a surgical procedure or the use of certain types of medication, but the term most commonly used for induced abortion. Unsafe abortion is one of the main causes of maternal mortality and morbidity even though it is legal for a variety of circumstances in almost all countries.

The term miscarriage means spontaneous end or termination of pregnancy before a fetus can survive. In other words we can say that miscarriage is medically referred as spontaneous abortion.

Homeopathic Medicine for Threatened ABORTION / Missed Abortion

Homeopathy is one of the most popular holistic systems of medicine. The selection of homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion/miscarriage is based upon the theory of individualization and symptoms similarity by using holistic approach. This is the only way through which a state of complete health can be regained by removing all the sign and symptoms from which the patient is suffering. The aim of homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion/miscarriage is not only to manage abortion/ miscarriage but to address its underlying cause and individual susceptibility. As far as therapeutic medication is concerned, several remedies are available to treat frequent abortions/miscarriage complaints that can be selected on the basis of cause, sensations and modalities of the complaints. For individualized remedy selection and treatment, the patient should consult a qualified homeopathic doctor in person. There are following remedies which are helpful in the treatment of abortion/miscarriage in females:

Sabina – This is a remedy useful to prevent impending abortion occurring about the third month, ushered in by the appearance of blood, which is oftentimes the first symptom; then follow pain in the small of the back, going around and through the pubes ; there are forcing and dragging pains from the sacrum to the pubes. The flow is bright red and clotted. It is useful for metritis accompanied by flooding from miscarriage. Cinamomum. Useful for abortion from a strain or misstep with profuse haemorrhage and slight pain. Arnica. Threatened miscarriage from trauma.

Secale – For miscarriage in the early months of pregnancy Secale may be the remedy, especially in feeble and Secale Cornutum homeopathic medicine to prevent abortionanemic women. It is useful for checking the tendency to miscarriage in the later months, when the muscular tissue of the womb is largely developed. It is indicated by frequent labor-like pains, a copious haemorrhage of black fluid blood, a wan sunken countenance, tingling and formication of the extremities and a desire for air. Hartmann recommended Secale 12.

Viburnum opulus – homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion or threatening miscarriage when the pains come from the back around to the lower part of the abdomen and go into the thighs. It will often stop these spasmodic pains. It is a remedy to be used in frequent and early miscarriages. Sepia is one of our most important remedies as a preventive of miscarriage. It is indicated by nervous irritability, laxness of tissues and a sense of weight in the anus. Belladonna. Threatened miscarriage with profuse hot haemorrhage, backache, headache and the peculiar uterine tenesmus of the remedy and violent aching of the body. The least jar is painful.

Cimicifuga – One of our most powerful homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion/miscarriage ; the pains indication the threatened miscarriage flycimicifuga homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion across the abdomen from side to side doubling the patient up. It suits habitual abortion in women of a rheumatic diathesis. Aconite. Impending abortion from anger, also Chamomilla ; the mental conditions, however , will be different with Chamomilla; great nervous excitement will accompany the pains. Caulophyllum. A very useful remedy in false labor pains and also as a preventive of abortion. There is severe pains in the back and sides of the abdomen, feeble uterine contractions and scanty flow.

Aconite Nap. – threatened abortion caused due to fear and excitement.

Apis Mel. – Abortion during 3rd month of pregnancy.

Arnica Montana – homeopathic medicine to prevent abortion/miscarriage which are threatened in nature due to accident.

Aletris Far. – Habitual abortion resulting due to weakness and anemia.

Chamomilla – threatened abortion due to mental excitement.

Baptesia – threatened miscarriage resulting from low fevers, mental depression, shock.

Sepia – abortion during fifth to seventh month of pregnancy.

Syphilinum – abortion due to syphilis

Caulophyllum – habitual abortion due to weakness of uterus

Crotolus H. – oozing of non coagulated black blood, miscarriage during septic disease or blood poisoning

Thuja – tendency for abortion in females who have history of gonorrheal disease.

Thyreoidinum – avoid miscarriage and tendency to premature labor when the cause is not mechanical in its origin. Prevents threatened abortion when there is thyroid dysfunction in females, It helps to control slow oozing from uterus.

Trillium Pend. – Controls or checks bleeding of abortion.

Tuberculinum – abortion due to tuberculosis

Pulsatilla – timid, chilly, thirst less women, an excellent remedy for exciting abortion

Gelsemium – abortion due to mental excitement, the pain extends from abdomen upward and finally settles in the back.

Thlaspi – abortion with heavy bleeding

Ipecauc – when there is continuous flow of bright red blood along with colic and nausea.

Ferrum met – abortion in chlorotic females, with amenorrhea and leucorrhoea

Calcaria Carb – plethoric women who are disposed to leucorrhea, with premature menstruation

Types of Abortion

An abortion can occur spontaneously due to complications during pregnancy or can be induced, in humans and other species.

In the context of human pregnancies, an abortion induced to preserve the health of the gravida (pregnant female) is termed a therapeutic abortion, while an abortion induced for any other reason is termed an elective abortion.

The term abortion most commonly refers to the induced abortion of a human pregnancy, while spontaneous abortions are usually termed miscarriages.

Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) or recurrent miscarriage (medically termed habitual abortion) is the occurrence of three consecutive miscarriages. If the proportion of pregnancies ending in miscarriage is 15%, then the probability of two consecutive miscarriages is 2.25% and the probability of three consecutive miscarriages is 0.34%.

The occurrence of recurrent pregnancy loss is 1%. A large majority (85%) of women who have had two miscarriages will conceive and carry normally afterwards.

Causes of abortion /miscarriage

Fetal and maternal complaints are the two major causes of miscarriage.

Causes related to fetus are mainly related to genetic makeup of the fetus. The most frequent cause of miscarriage in the first trimester of pregnancy is abnormal development of fetus, that is either due to chromosomal abnormality or teratogenic factor.

Immunological factors may also present as a responsible factor for miscarriage. Another common cause of early miscarriage includes abnormalities in implantation. Placental circulation does not develop due to inadequate implantation, leading to poor fetal nutrition, which ultimately may cause miscarriage.

Miscarriage may also cause when the corpus luteum on the ovary fails to produce sufficient progesterone to maintain deciduas basalis.

Failure of the growth of fetus due to an infection may also cause miscarriage, infections like Rubella, Syphilis, and Poliomyelitis readily cross the placenta and can produce complications.

Teratogenic drugs like isotretinoin can be a cause for miscarriage.

Other causes mainly include

  • Ager over 42 years
  • Excessive smoking during pregnancy
  • Alcohol intake during pregnancy
  • Serious health problems like kidney disease.

Signs and Symptoms of Abortion

The physical symptoms of a miscarriage vary according to the length of pregnancy:

  • At up to six weeks only small blood clots may be present, possibly accompanied by mild cramping or period pain.
  • At 6 to 13 weeks a clot will form around the embryo or fetus, and the placenta, with many clots up to 5 cm in size being expelled prior to a completed miscarriage. The process may take a few hours or be on and off for a few days. Symptoms vary widely and can include vomiting and loose bowels, possibly due to physical discomfort.
  • At over 13 weeks the fetus may be easily passed from the womb, however the placenta is more likely to be fully or partially retained in the uterus, resulting in an incomplete abortion. The physical signs of bleeding, cramping and pain can be similar to an early miscarriage, but sometimes more severe and labour-like.

Diagnosis of miscarriage

Primary diagnosis mainly include physical examination along with medical history

Other investigations include

  • Ultrasound scan – to get an image of the womb
  • Examination of pelvis – to examine or check the source of bleeding
  • Urine and blood test – to assess the beta-human chorionic gonadotrophin and progesterone hormones which are associated with pregnancy



About the author

Dr. Manisha Bhatia

Dr. Manisha Bhatia

BHMS, M.D. (Hom), CICH (Greece)
Dr. Manisha is a leading homeopathy physician working in Rajasthan, India. She has studied with George Vithoulkas through the IACH e-learning course. She is Director of Asha Homeopathy Medical Center, Jaipur and is also a Lecturer of Homeopathic Repertory at S.K. Homeopathy Medical College, Jaipur. She is also a Director of Facekom.com. Find more about her at

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Dr. Bhanu Sharma

Dr. Bhanu Sharma

BHMS, MD (Hom) Paediatrics
Dr. Bhanu Sharma is a young homeopath from Jaipur, who is very passionate about homeopathy. She has been working as an assistant doctor at Dr. Bhatia's Asha Homeopathy.

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