Hormone Imbalance - 29 FemaleHello! Please help me - I have not been feeling myself for the last two years - one problem leads to another and I'm struggling to manage.
Amenorreahea - no menstruation for 10 months.
Bulimia - constant food cravings, overeating and then I force myself to vomit all the food.
Thinning scalp hair.
Weight gain despite heavy exercise - 2 hours daily.Lower body - hips, thighs and lower abdomen.
Eyes - dry, burning and redish frequently.
Craving for sugar - jam, syrup. Crave sugar in the night. Obsession with food, diet etc.
Hands and Feet - icy cold, feet sweaty.
Skin on nose red and peeling in blisters, rash. No acne.
Mind constantly working with no rest. Physically need to be occupied with something - or depression sets in.
Energy levels - good to excellent
Symptoms - better by:
Symptoms worse by:
Eating sugar and milk products, non vegetarian items etc
Sleep is normal
Sensitive to extremes - cold or hot.
Like hot drinks
State of mind - Disallusioned, bitter, sharp
Medical Treatment current -
B Complex, Alamin M Forte, Biotin, Iron, Vitamin C
Triphala and Shudh Gugullu - night time
Hyponidd - past two weeks.
Please let me know what you think -
Thinhair on 2010-01-27
Please take Lycopodium 30c three doses on a single day and report after 2 weeks.
♡ maheeru last decade
Thank you for responding.
Would you please let me know why you have suggested Lycopodium for my case?
Also - should I stop the other medications I am currently taking?
Thinhair last decade
Yes hold off all supplements and non-essential medicines while you try this one out.
I repertorised your symptoms as given, and the 2 remedies emerged out strongly for your symptom profile were Lycopodium and Sepia. If you have good knowledge about homeopathy you can look which one suits you better. Otherwise you may follow my earlier suggestion.
♡ maheeru last decade
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