Swollen ThyroidCan someone help me please?
I am 26 years old female. I went to a doctor last year because I was feeling a little depressed. He automatically assumed I was hypothyroid and prescribed me a natural thyroid grain. I've never had any thyroid symptoms before but I decided to try it. I only took 1/8 of a pill for two days and I got extremely angry and had heart palpitations and couldn't sleep. I stopped taking the medicine and got my thyroid tested. It turned out that my thyroid levels are normal, but closer to hyper thyroid. So this doctor actually gave me what I already had too much of.
About a week after taking the medicine my thyroid became swollen and has been this way ever since. It is extremely uncomfortable and feels like I am being choked all the time. I went to get an ultra sound and they told me it wasn't swollen at all, but it is... Everyone can see and feel that it is enlarged. I have no idea what to do. I've been taking Vitamin D and Magnesium supplements without any change. Can someone recommend a homeopathic or anything to help?
LemonDream on 2011-03-09
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