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nearest potency of thyrodinum lm1

i have been prescribed to take Thyrodinum LM1 100 ml. unfortunately it is not available here in dhaka. can anyone please suggest alternative/nearest potency?

thank you
[message edited by NASER11158 on Sun, 23 Feb 2014 09:56:27 GMT]
  NASER11158 on 2014-02-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Ask the person who prescribed it.
fitness 6 years ago
Usually a homoeopath prescribes the LM potency because of its specific value in treating pathology, sensitive patients, cases with a lot of suppression, and patients who are on daily medications. This utility cannot be achieved in the same way with other potency scales.

As Fitness suggested, you will need to ask the prescriber to reassess based on why they prescribed this potency scale in the first place.
Evocationer 6 years ago
thank you for reply. anyway, can i get clarification of LM1, is it same as 50M?

thank you,
NASER11158 6 years ago
No it is not. It is nothing like 50M, which is an extremely high potency. LM 1 is a very low potency.

Is the prescriber not willing to discuss alternatives with you? The alternatives will depend on what they are trying to achieve.
Evocationer 6 years ago

Why don't you connect with Dr. Showrav,
who is in Dhaka- he volunteers on here.

His email is jashowrav At gmail dot com.

You could use some supervision bc if
you take the wrong potencies and wrong
amount of times, you are going to
have reactions that won't be pleasant and
be very confused.
simone717 6 years ago

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