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Old 29th April 2009, 08:56 AM
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Hi,

I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I was able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs under my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs. However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!

These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and careless attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.

Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help me in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.

Thanks!
Regards
Vasundhra
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Old 29th April 2009, 08:09 PM
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I am told by a retired nurse that the thyroid can correct itself given the right impetus. However, thyroxine does not allow it to do so. Personally I am taking kelp and garlic daily which has helped a lot.
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Old 30th April 2009, 01:55 AM
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Hello Indigo,

I am interested in what you say. Can you be specific in what has changed?

Thanks,
Sherill

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I am told by a retired nurse that the thyroid can correct itself given
the right impetus. However, thyroxine does not allow it to do so.
Personally I am taking kelp and garlic daily which has helped a lot.


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Old 30th April 2009, 03:35 AM
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Hi Vasundhra,

What options do you have available locally, either for a good homeopath
or any sort of wholistic healer--Homeopathic, or Ayurvedia, or
Naturapathic, or other? It can certainly be done, but would be much
better to work with someone who can give you individual guidance.

Best,
Shannon

On Apr 29, 2009, at 3:56 AM, homeolist (AT) otherhealth (DOT) com wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH
> was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I
> was
> able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again
> started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have
> strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs
> under
> my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs.
> However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!
>
> These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my
> ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find
> any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and
> careless
> attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to
> hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.
>
> Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the
> permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and
> want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help
> me
> in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.
>
> Thanks!
> Regards
> Vasundhra
>
>
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Old 30th April 2009, 04:15 PM
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*Many cases with symptoms similar to what you describe respond positively to a regular daily dose of Nat Mur 30 for a month or so, followed by Nat Mur 200 once a week for a number of weeks and finallly Nat Mur 1M in the single dose.*
Merrilee

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Hi,

I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH
was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I was
able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again
started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have
strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs under
my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs.
However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!

These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my
ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find
any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and careless
attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to
hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.

Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the
permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and
want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help me
in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.

Thanks!
Regards
Vasundhra


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*Many cases with symptoms similar to what you describe respond positively to a regular daily dose of Nat Mur 30 for a month or so, followed by Nat Mur 200 once a week for a number of weeks and finallly Nat Mur 1M in the single dose.*
Merrilee

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Hi,

I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH
was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I was
able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again
started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have
strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs under
my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs.
However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!

These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my
ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find
any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and careless
attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to
hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.

Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the
permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and
want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help me
in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.

Thanks!
Regards
Vasundhra


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Old 1st May 2009, 06:25 AM
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Hi,



The case details are not sufficient to suggest any thing. The best course

is to take treatment form a professional homeopath in your area.



V.T.Yekkirala

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> Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 09:56:51 +0100
> Subject: [H] Is there a Permanent cure for Hypothyroidism?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH
> was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I was
> able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again
> started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have
> strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs under
> my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs.
> However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!
>
> These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my
> ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find
> any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and careless
> attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to
> hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.
>
> Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the
> permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and
> want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help me
> in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.
>
> Thanks!
> Regards
> Vasundhra
>
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Old 1st May 2009, 11:35 AM
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Hello vasundhara
Need not worry if the TSH is raised or even THyroid profile propotionately unequal in ratio . First detail what you feel physically and mentally since TSH detected raised .Till start CALC CARB 1M a single dose now .This will help you in many ways
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Old 1st May 2009, 01:45 PM
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This not homeopathy, but you will find a lot of info about thyroid here:

http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/


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Hi,

I wsa dignozed as hypothyroid patient in Feb 2007. At that time my TSH
was 7.7 and later after starting with Thyrox half tablet (0.25 mg) I was
able to control it to 0.25. Last year in Aug 2008, TSH value has again
started increasing and last TSH was done Nov, value was 4.74. I have
strong headache frequently and have started getting unwanted hairs under
my chin. My weight was initially controlled from 97 kgs to 68 kgs.
However, now I am again back to 88 kgs!!!

These days, I dont enjoy anything, neither with family nor with my
ownself. I don't feel like going for exercise anymore coz I don't find
any improvement in myself, always feel tired and heavy head and careless
attitude even in office.... I feel as if this problem is taking me to
hell and I am looking for its permanent cure in India.

Is there anyone who can guide me if there is any way by which I get the
permanent cure to this deadly problem. I want to get rid of this and
want to enjoy my life as I use to do it before.... If anyone can help me
in this regard, I will be lifetime thankful to the person.

Thanks!
Regards
Vasundhra


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[QUOTE=merrilee coblenz;83318]*Many cases with symptoms similar to what you describe respond positively to a regular daily dose of Nat Mur 30 for a month or so, followed by Nat Mur 200 once a week for a number of weeks and finallly Nat Mur 1M in the single dose.*
Merrilee

May be.If one belongs to NATRUM MUR.HYPOTHYROIDINUM OR ANY OTHER tHYROIDI DISEASE is curable totally. Along with NATRUM MUR ,Calcarea carb,Kalicarb,Ferrum met,Spongia,and many more .Nosodes Tuberculinum ,Medorrhinum, Carcinosin ,Sarcodes like Thyroidinum. Thyroid is one of most important organ .It is slow to get diseased ,also slow to get healthy.It takes few months to years but gets cured. Ms Vasundhara may contact Local Homoeopath and get cured.It is certanly possible tocure.

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