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Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) , Hypo Thyroid, Irregular Periods

I have hypo-thyroid, for which I take Synthroid 100 mg every alternate day. I was diagnosed with PCOS about two years back. My gyneacologist gave me Glocophage 1500 mg (500mg - 3 time a day) for it. I was also trying to conceive, so she gave me Clomid with it. It succeeded with 150mg of clomid for 5 days. However I had a miscarrige at 20 weeks. I started taking Glucophage again. My periods are still irregular and I have to take Prometrium every 6 weeks or so to get my periods. I am looking for some homeopathic medicine or homeopathic consultant who can help me with PCOS.
  indian on 2003-10-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Clomid + Phene-no miscarriage
Check with your Dr. Also, is clomid avaialabe in India
bata last decade
I made a lot of research about hypothyroidism because I have a lot of bad symptoms related with the thyroid and I discovered that not all the time the synthetic thyroid medication is working for the patients. Maybe it would be better to go and discuss this with your doctor, because it seems that natural thyroid is much better than the synthetic one.The name of the natural hormone is Armour Thyroid. Here you have the site where you can find more informations about this drug.
It seems to be more stable and if is working for you, you shouldnt feel better.
About the homeopathic remedies, maybe Thyroidinum, Calcarea Carbonica,Arsenicum album, Sulphur, and Kali Carbonicum can help you.These are the leaders for hypothyroidism.
It's better to see a good homeopath because he can tell you what remedy is good for you and how you have to take it.
Dont stop the hormones, just try to convince your doctor to switch the drug with the natural one....
I read a lot about this and believe me I really believe that it can work better.

good luck!
gabituca last decade
I am sorry, I wanted to tell you that if the natural hormone is working for you you should feel better.

In the same time, I read a lot about the pituitary gland that it seems to have a very important role in conceiving. A good medicine for this is Chaste tree-herbal extract-30 drops in a little water, 3 times a day for around 6 months. The Chaste tree (or vitex agnus castus) exists like a homeopathic remedy too-Agnus Castus, but I dont recommend you to take the remedy. I know that it is not working for the problem that you have, but the herbal extract it will help you a lot.
here you have the links: - http://www.herbs2000.com/herbs/herbs_chaste_tree.htm
- http://www.viable-herbal.com/herbdesc1/1chastet.htm

good luck again
gabituca last decade
I have been trying to get pregnant for a year now. I have been diagnosed with PCOS and I have Hypo Thyroid. Doctors have been adjusting my thyroid meds for awhile. Just recently my dosage was cut in half, so I actually started my period on my own! I wasn't having them at all. Does that mean there is a chance for me yet to become pregnant? Does anyone out there have similar problems?
anjigga last decade
The pituitary certainly does have an important role in conceiving, considering that it produces follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinising hormone which are directly responsible for follicular development and ovulation.
Gabituca, can you tell me exactly how the Chaste tree herbal extract works and the rationale for its benefit? I'd be awfully interested to know.
spermy last decade
read the link please: http://www.herbs2000.com/herbs/herbs_chaste_tree.htm
- http://www.viable-herbal.com/herbdesc1/1chastet.htm
gabituca last decade
You see, the key statement in this link is "there are no data to indicate if chaste tree is helpful for this problem". This lady conceived successfully on clomiphene, then tragically suffered a late miscarriage. There is no evidence to support the use of this preparation to improve conception rates, however there is a great deal of scientific evidence that shows the benefits of ovulation induction with anti-oestrogens like clomiphene.
Also, there is an error in the information found in this link - it says that low progesterone levels inhibit ovulation - this is incorrect. Progesterone is not produced in any significant amounts until AFTER ovulation, when the corpus luteum produces it to stimulate maturation of the endometrium. So I would disregard that advice if I were you Indian.
pellucida last decade

From your posts here I see that you have a gift to be disrespectful with the people. If all of us are so wrong in our advices, why don't you come with something constructive? Why don't you tell Indian what she has to do? It's so simple to dismiss others opinions, but so difficult to come with something good for the people...
gabituca last decade
I thought I had implied as much in my answer but I guess not. What I think you should do, Indian, is be looked after by a gynaecologist with expertise in subfertility, and if your problem is indeed anovulation, then given that you successfully conceived with clomiphene previously, it's likely this would be prescribed again in the first instance. Also, was any investigation carried out to find a reason for the miscarriage? as this could be important in planning management when you conceive again. And I wish you every success and a healthy pregnancy!
pellucida last decade
And gabituca, I am not disrespectful of you or anyone else - I am only disrespectful of advice that has no scientific evidence to support it. That's all!
pellucida last decade
"Astra2012, who the hell do you think you are to offer such ludicrous advice as that? "

How do you name that? Respect? Hmmmm...and where are your good advices if we are so wrong?
gabituca last decade

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