Asthma to 30yr ladyHello,
I got married 4 years back. My wife is having hypothyroidism since first baby delivered (three yrs back). The dose (Eltroxin) was 500mg/week. She is very thin. During her first pregnancy she was having some problem of breathlessness. She was given nebuliation, at that time. She was OK.
During her second pregnancy, she again had the same prb of breathlessness sometimes. Just After delivery, she got the same problem, Some blood tests (on July 07)were done with ECG and etc. All were normal, but there was a test called D-Dimmer. It was quite abnormal (~10) and the normal range is ~2. It was told by the doctor, that her blood got THICK. She was given some injections for doing the blood thin. she was given nebulization in the hospital. She was OK at that time. But this was more severe than the first delivery case.
Now she is again feeling breathlessness from Some time and stomach upset (loose motion). I tested TSH. it is perfectly in the normal range. After consulation by Physian, She took inhalers + medicines for 15 days continuously. It was OK. Again she had the problem, now, She is taking some inhaler on SOS basis.
I gave Nat Sulph 6C to her as suggest in 'asthma for 13 year old boy' and Ars Alb 200. She doesn't get any relief.
Pls suggest what should I do for her stomach upset + asthma. She is already thin. Now she is getting thnner.
You people have cured so many strong cases. Pls solve my wife case also.
NTAGA on 2008-03-11
continue for one month and report me..
♡ deoshlok last decade
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