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Dr Akshaymohla ......Hypothyroidism in my daughter !!!

Dear Dr. ,

My daughter 14 years old has been recently diagnosed with hypothyroid . Her recent reports are as under :

T3 ---- 0.64 ( 1.4 --- 4.4 )
T4 ----- 0.40 ( 0.71 ---- 1.85 )
TSH ---- 410 ( 0.15 --- 5 )

The values in the bracket are the normal ranges.

Her height is 4 ft 10 inches , weigh 62 kgs and suffers from constipation and occasional stomache aches. She has not yet started her menses cycle and feels letharguc . Also , she is forgetful and doesnt remember quite a number of things in daily routine.

Please assist asap , thanks
  venus0743 on 2015-09-05
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venus0743 3 years ago
tsh 410 are you sure?
akshaymohl 3 years ago
Yes doctor , it is 410 and it was 375 last month and the lab guys were also surprised and then they did a repeat test but the results were the same.

Please advise
venus0743 3 years ago
Pl give her iodium1000 morning time daily for five days then weekly one dose for three month along with thyrodinium200 weekly dose for three month .ferrum phos 6x and cal phos 6x one dose daily of both with 6hour gap.pl get her Hb level of blood.
akshaymohl 3 years ago
Pls can you clarify when do i have to start with cal phos and ferrom phos and when should i get the hb level checked.
venus0743 3 years ago
Do I have to start the iodium and thyroidium weekly dose on the same day
venus0743 3 years ago
Pl get her HB level.Pl try to have gap of three days in weekly dose.
akshaymohl 3 years ago

And when do i have to start ferrum phos and cal phos
venus0743 3 years ago
during weekly dose period.
akshaymohl 3 years ago
Dr Mohla ,

Many thanks for your advise.

I will ask you one last thing before i start with her medication .

Since her tsh levels are so high , should i also start with allopathy side by side in order to control her thyroid.

Secondly , i was giving her Calc carbonica 30 , so i should stop giving her that . Moreover , as per your advise , one dose means 2 drops of dilution in one TSP of water ? Am i right

Thanks for your assistance
venus0743 3 years ago
yes i advise you to give allopathic meds which i presumed you should give as homoeopathic meds will help to activate glands function and after we achive level of tsh we can adjust meds both way.you can give her cal carb but only for five days and then start weekly dose or after 3 days one dose.one dose in every meds is 2 drops in one table spoon of water.you can ask me any question but reply some time may be delayed due to my shedule..
akshaymohl 3 years ago
Hi Dr Mohla ,

I consulted an endocrinologist as well yesterday as per your advise and she had advised to take Thyronorm 100 mg for 2 months and then show her again. She also said that she has to take this medicine for her entire life and it has no implications ( which i am unsure ) After 2 months, she will check her thyroid levels again and accordingly lower or higher the dosage. She also said that my daughter has already entered her puberty and there is a possibility that she may gain her height by 12 cms, so she may go upto 162 cms . Also , her cycle may or may not start with this medication.

I am in a dilemma since I was wondering that if the homeo doses together with the allopathic medicines would not be too much for my daughter ? And if usage of homeo meds can later permanently cure her problem as i dont want her to be dependent on allopathic medicines for her life .

Please assist .

Regards ,

venus0743 3 years ago

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