low thyroidMy bro in law is a dr and thinks that I am ahving low thyroid problems.. even though my blood work up came up fine. he suggested I look into some natural remedies.
here are my symptoms..I have very thin nails.. they are pale also.. I stay tired and worn down all of the time. Depressed..I have pale skin..having a hard time losing weight despite working out. My hair seems to be coming out. I have some circulation problems.. poor concentration and memory. I am also constantly cold.. more so than most. I sleep under 3 or 4 blankets even in the dead heat of summer.. My average body temperature is only 96 degrees.. I am so tired of feeling like I am dragging. I am willing to try anything to help with the symptoms...
4kimkids on 2005-10-09
sajjadakram635 last decade
you 1st take 1 dose of "tuberculinam 1M"
then start "iodium 30" 3 times a day,
repeat "tuberculinam 1M" after every 15 days,and at that day do not take "iodium"
then tell me about the improvement,
♥ drsajid last decade
Try taking a Kelp supplement twice a day (with meals) for a month and reduce it to 1 after this period. This should fire up your bad memory, concentration, metabolism etc etc etc.
I had identical symptoms and Kelp has helped me tremendously.
Hope this helps and good luck!
francesca last decade
claretwin last decade
Were you ever diagonsed with hypo thyroid?
I have some of the symptoms like my enery level is very low, I get tired so soon and memeory is bad, Somtimes my hair start falling for months and in general I keep good health. In addition to it I get such a hard time loosing weight.
One time in my yearly checkup I was diagoned with low thyroid but later detailed tests proved it to be normal.
Do you think that I should give Kelp a try for a month?
How long did you eat it?
Did you loose weight after eating it?
Where would I find this product?
Thanks for your help.
karishma last decade
I suffer from symptoms of feeling tired/wipedout especially after physical excersise I'm wiped out for a day or two afterwards.
I'm thinking about trying Thyax or maybe even another product called Tyroid helper. Has anyone here tried these products and had any success?
Any feedback would be much appreciated, thanks
Tiredalot. last decade
HOW TO TAKE THE BASAL TEMPERATURE TEST FOR DETERMINING LOW THYROID
1) If you are male or a non-menstruating female, take a digital thermometer or an oral mercury thermometer (which has been shaken down and placed at the bedside the previous evening) and place it in your armpit for 10 minutes immediately upon awakening while lying quietly in bed. Repeat the test three days in a row. Normal temperature is 97.8 degrees to 98.2 degrees. If your temperature is low, your thyroid gland is probably underactive.
To find more info,I suggest the book or a google search:
LOW THYROID The Unsuspected Illness
bapindi last decade
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