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thyroid disorder

My 5 months old son suffering from low thyroid.his weight not gaining. Can I use Thyroidinum to cure the disease.please mention the power and dosages. I am sending the report.
  kounish on 2015-12-14
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Please give him two pills of Lycopodium 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how in next 10 days.
kadwa 5 years ago
Sir I already starting to gave him lycopodium 6x twice daily.
kounish 5 years ago
Lycopodium 6x is a very low potency. Still you may report back your response to Lyc 6x.
kadwa 5 years ago
Weight not gain yet.but my son looks good and constipation may be less than before.he is playing well.I am worried.am I change the medicine to lyco 30.is it helpful?Please reply.
kounish 5 years ago
If he is looking good you should continue with Lyc 6x. He will gain weight slowly.
kadwa 5 years ago
Thanks for the advise.is there any medicine which gain weight fast.
kounish 5 years ago
He is just 5 months old!! Why do you want to give him so many remedies? He will gain weight if he has normal appetite.
kadwa 5 years ago
Thanks a lot.I am worried because his weight is very low.he is just 3.5kg
kounish 5 years ago

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