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Thyroid R51

A doctor has prescribed me %51. I am having hypothyroidism. After taking it for amonth. I still am not seeing any results. Is R51 for hypo or hyper thyroid. I read somewhere on the web it if for hyper. Please clarify.
 
  vatikaa on 2013-07-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
When you google R51- it says it is for MINOR symptoms of
hyper-thyroidism.

If you have hypothyroidism, please read this thread by Deoshlok
a homeopath who used to be on the forum a lot.

He has done a lot of these cases. If it was me , I would
contact his website-( you can click names of posters on here
and see who they are) www.doctorhelpme.com and I would
talk to Deoshlok about doing private treatment. He does not
do those cases on here.

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/296546

You want a person with a lot of experience here, so you do
not waste your time.
 
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