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water retention, weight gain and hypothyroidism

Dear All

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I am a chronic sufferer of hypothyroidism and noninfectious prostatitis...I have just finised the third cycle of IODUM 1M for my thyroid.....my hands and feet are much warmer than before and my constipation is gone....but i cannot get rid of these weights no matter how hard i try (i am 90 kg/height 5'6")

I have seen an endicronologist
who said that hypo patient retain water and that is the main reason for weight gain....i am not taking any allopathic drug for my thyroid.....my homeo doctor has asked me to be patient about my prostatitis, he believes that once thyroid heals prostate will follow

My questions to the learned members are

Is there a homeopathic medicine to reduce weight in my case

Is there some truth to water retention theory

since i am on exclusion diet (no wheat product,no sweet, no milk, no pulses, no caffeine, tea, cola, citrus fruits, no beef, no vinegar) can i take some vitamins and minerals

regards

sazim
 
  sazim1 on 2005-07-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
since you are already taking iodum 1m, it would be advisable to take only bio chemic tissue salts for your condition.
please try Nat Mur6x &Nat Sulph 6x . They are both great for water retention. ry alternating the 2 remedies.
 
willway last decade
Vitamins are ok as long as you dont go over the top.

I was reading the other day about a natural diuretic
Dandelion . Pick and wash the stalk and flower , and eat --- chewing well.
 
walkin last decade
sorry
i forgot to mention that my homeo had started me on Calc Phos 3x (3 globules) morning and Natrum Mur 3x (3 globules) evening biochemic medicine..........but there hasnt been any improvement as of yet ( using biochemic since 20 days)

Thanks & regards

sazim
 
sazim1 last decade
Nat Sulph is specific for water retention & Nat mur for proper water distribution in the body. so try alternating them : Nat Sulph 6x 3 pills twice a day & nat mur 6x 3 pills twice a day. you may continue Cal Phos. The dose for bios has been low, maybe that is why you did not see any results.
 
willway last decade
Dear Learned memebers,
I wonder if anyone can advice any remedy for DVT and swollen ankle.
Neeru
 
Neeru Thakur last decade
Neeru
post seperately if poss
Kali Carb may help
 
walkin last decade
My girlfriend is a victim of severe hypothyroidism. She has increased from 70 Kgs to now 130 kgs in 4-5 years' span, and it is a real pain that we are going through. In a recent test, the results have come normal for hypothyroidism, but the damage has already happened.

Her symptoms are severe obesity, water retention, spider veins (mild to moderate), etc.

Now that her thyroid is back to normal, could anyone advice how could she possibly reduce her weight without a surgery.

Heartfelt thanks as we are going through severe mental trauma as well.

Regards,
Datta
 
Dattamys 7 years ago

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