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Thyroid problem-is it cureable???

hi, my wife is suffering from thyroid problem..is it a cureble?if possible pls suggest medicine and doses and if any precuation to take medicine
  ilu732000 on 2005-11-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
In homeopathy one does NOT treat the problem .

One treats the INDIVIDUAL who has the problem and uses the remedy (ies) that relate to that individual.

A GOOD homeopath should be able to treat the problem. On a face to face basis.
walkin last decade
Yes, of course, you are right. The patient should go to the physician for better treatment. There is much important to know the nature of thyoidism whether it is hypo or hyper. Besides it so many investigations are there, which can't be accomplished with out reaching an expert physician.
Dr Kumar last decade
I would stay away from "expert " physicians.

The nature of the thyroid malfunction is of less importance than the constitutional remedy that matches the individual.

See a GOOD HOMEOPATH - who has been recommended to you by a trusted friend.
walkin last decade
Homeopathy prescribed conveniently - THIS FOR THAT

Thyroid = Goitre

Goitre = Fucus vesiculosus
Goitre = Thyroidinum
Goitre = Mag.Phos.-6X + Nat.Phos-3X + Cal.Flr-6X (Daily 4 times for many weeks)

YES. Thyroid is very easily curable.
You may consider taking Thyroidinum-30c, one drop liquid direct on clean tongue, every night, till Thyroid levels stabilise or symptoms persist. Pathological testing of Thyroid levels must be done every week, IF on above medicine.

Off Course, as "walkin" & "Dr Kumar", suggested, it would ALSO be better to visit a experienced homeopath for a face to face constitutional assessment for symptoms & remedy repertorisation. THOUGH the above suggested remedies would also help you.

Also consider reading : http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/35254
Nesha-India last decade
Mr. Nesha-India, I would appreciate your prescription. Fucus Vesiculosus Q and Thyroidinum, both the remedies are the best solution to a thyroid-patient according to symptoms. However, I prefer higher potency of thyroidinum than the low, but it doesn't matter, to diagnose the nature of a disease is the main thing.
Dr Kumar last decade

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