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pregnancy 1st trimester food aversion

My wife is 2 months pregnant. She has been diagnosed thyroid and she was losing weight so Doctor advised her to take thyronorm 50mg daily. She is having problem taking food. She finds her stomach heavy and full of food with barps. She also having constipation.
 
  fizspace on 2016-04-03
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Who prescribed thyronorm, the Ob & Gyn doctor or a regular dr.


Is she having hyper or hypo thyroid
What are the symptoms of thyroid problem
How is she emotionally now
How is her thirst
Level of energy
Food desires & dislikes
Feeling cold or warm
What activity makes her feel better
 
fitness 5 years ago
thyronorm is prescribed by ob & gyn dctr, its taken as 1st thing in morning.

i dont know if it's hyper or hypo, the test results were 7.5 and she started losing weight rapidly.

around 7-8 months ago she was having thyroid, the same level but we consulted a homeopath and took medicines which brought the test results to normal. at that moment she was having throat pain and cough with a lot of pain in legs. her mestrual cycle was getting over due every month and blood flow was to little.

now throat is not having any problem but legs are having pain. DR mainly asked for tests as the same was losing weight rapidly.

Emotionally she is quite sensitive but her mood keeps changing throughout the day.

thirst is normal

level of energy is too low. her BP is always around 80/100

these days she is not liking any food, only sometimes she like spicy food. disliking fruits, milk products mostly

niether feeling cold not warm

she likes to last down due to weakness and pain in legs

constipation is common to her but it gets severe during pregnancy and doctor has given has laxative and senasoff tablets

besides this she is taking below medicines as prescribed by Obs dctr

methica d3
ecosprin 75
duphaston 10
levigest sr 200
vomilast
pallet dsr

and one injection weekly of lupi hcg 5000

i really don't like giving her so much medicines but it's the doctor who said these are necessary to take
 
fizspace 5 years ago
Please get a 2nd opinion, I think your Ob & Gyn is incompetent and will ruin the pregnancy with so many meds.

As a simple rule, unless it's absolutely essential, we NEVER EVER give medicines during pregnancy.

I hope & pray that it all comes out fine without any complications.

I can't prescribe with all the cocktail of medicines already in there as I will not know what is causing what.
 
fitness 5 years ago
i consulted another Obs dctr today, she did checkup and saw the earlier prescription. as she didn't found much problems so she advised to continue only the below ones

methica d3 - its folic acid for the growth of baby

levigest sr 200

one injection weekly of lupi hcg 5000 - only 1st trimester and should be completed as already started
 
fizspace 5 years ago
also thyronorm 50 to continue as thyroid may create problem in the development of baby

for the indigestion and gastric problem she didn't advised anything.
 
fizspace 5 years ago
Why are these prescribed:

levigest sr 200

one injection weekly of lupi hcg 5000
 
fitness 5 years ago
levigest sr 200 for progesterone hormone

lupi hcg 5000 for Human chorionic gonadotropin hormone

the recent consulted doctor don't want to stop these as these are already started and if stopped they may create problem with the development of baby

today, she was having gastric problem so i gave her nat sulph 6x and she was a little relieved.

i don't want to stop the doctors medicines specially those which are important according to the second doctor consultation but I would like to add homeopathic tissue salts which can help her to overcome her weakness due to baby and thyroid.
 
fizspace 5 years ago

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