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Grave's Disease + Vitiligo


I am looking into Homeopathic alternatives for my wife. She has an overactive thyroid with moderate eye bulging (Grave's disease) and has been on Methamazole for almost 2 years. The Methamazole as kept the thyroid under control, but we are seeking a more permanent solution. Our primary concern is the thyroid issue, but she has symptoms of vitiligo and lichen sclerosis as well. Here are a list of symptoms/tendencies she has that may help in suggesting a remedy:

- Hyperthyroid

- Bulging of the eyes

- Vitiligo - white patches of skin. Mostly on legs, arms and hands.

- Lichen Sclerosis

- Never thirsty; does not consume nearly enough water

- frequently craves coffee; sometimes chocolate and other sweets

- tends to be forgetful and inattentive at times.

- blood work shows low levels of Vitamin D

- prior to taking Methamazole she had irregular bowels both constipation and diarrhea. That has subsided.

- reddish/brown patches of skin on her back. The patches feel different from the surrounding skin. A slight hardened or raised texture.

- has had a tendency to bite her nails

- strong fear of bugs

- cold extremities, especially hands

- tends to give off a lot of body heat when she sleeps; generally complains of feeling cold

Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
  ContraForce on 2011-05-12
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