Menapause and ThyroidMy wife is 55 years of age and after turning 50 she started getting menapause symptums such as hot flashes and fatigue. She started taking sepia 30 and later Sepis 200. After a while she started gaining weight and loss of short term memory. She consulted a doctor was given hormones pills (so called natural) and thyroid medicines homeopathic form by a doctor. This did help her keep her weight down but her digestion was very poor. After two years of treatment and lots of monthly expense we decided to consult a Classic Homeopath doctor. She was started on Sulphur 6x, followed by Silicia 12x for a month dialy ond dose. The results were promising. She was the given a natra muir 200c. Her memory and digestion became better but lasted a month. She was then started on calcares carb 6x. She started to gain weight and her became forget ful again after all these treatments for about 4-6 months. Now I have given up on advise of the Advise of that Homeopathic doctor. I have read on these syptoms and started giving her Thyoridin 12x once a day and Calcarea Carb 12x. Followed by Caclarea carb 1M once a day. Because I belive she has thee symptoms of Hypothriod. As she gets very tired, loss of short term memory, Loss of hair, fatiuge, irritable, weight gain, etc.. Please advise if I am doing right or any other suggestion. I am not willing to have her take Harmone or other Allopathic drugs which can contributed to Cancer.
Love to hear from you.
Krishan on 2007-12-19
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