If bleeding increases or prolongs after an injury, or if spontaneous bleeding occurs without an external cause, the physician speaks of an increased tendency to bleed, the so-called haemorrhagic diathesis. Depending on the cause and severity, this can vary in severity.
Homeopathic remedies are only used to treat the underlying disease.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for bleeding tendencies that best suits your situation.
Extensive black-blue hematomas after bumps and bruises, small red hemorrhages in the skin (petechiae).
Patients are prone to bleeding with copious amounts of bright red blood. Bleeding can come from the lining of the nose, gums, bladder, uterus, or hemorrhoids. Erigeron canadensis can also be indicated for heavy menstrual bleeding or bleeding during pregnancy.
Those affected tend to bleed from all body orifices. The loss of blood is debilitating and sometimes leads to fainting.
- liver diseases
- blood diseases
- vascular diseases
- bleeding gums
- unusually long bleeding
- Bruises (hematoma) even with a slight impact
- small, flea-like, brownish-looking hemorrhages on the arms and legs
- life-threatening bleeding that is difficult to control
Further tips and information on treatment
Treatment with homeopathic remedies alone is strongly discouraged. A doctor should always be consulted if there is a tendency to bleed. Therapy depends on the form, cause, severity and severity of the disease. In most cases, an increased tendency to bleed can be easily treated with appropriate medication. Homeopathic remedies can be used concomitantly.