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Thyroid - (Hypo) Problem

I was diagnosed as Thyroid Hypo marginal case. But I am feeling the symptoms. I need homeopathic suggestion on this. Thanks in advance.


  AS on 2003-10-07
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TAKE potassium iodine or just dilute soem tincture of iodine in water or somethign like that. You might want to look up other ways that your ability to assimilate iodine is impaired, but you migh want to try a few drops of iodine in a glass or water or other liquid first as it is very cheap and easy to do.
Flipside 2 decades ago

Please take IODIUM 30C four times a day.

(It is made from IODINE)

PANKAJ VARMA 2 decades ago
Pure iodine can often make matters worse. It is better to retrieve the element through sufficient seafood intake and (some) iodized salt. Should you decide to on thyroid medicine, choose one that contains T1, T2, T3, and T4 (f. e. armour thyroid), and use very little salt.

Homeopathic iodine (see Ms. Panka's response) will probably work best right now.

Good luck!

Simone 2 decades ago

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