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"Hypothyroidsm reached to high point of 130"

Hello Expert,

My sister has hypothyroidism since 4 years and it was quite normal taking allopathic medicine of 100mg. but currently her thyroid level is extremely high that reached to point 130 which is insane high. due to which she feels extreme pain in her whole body and specially her legs and thigh. also, she feels vibration in her body and great vertigo intermittently.

She went to the doctor and he advised to increase the dose from 100 mg to 275 mg daily. I would also like to mention she had taken lot of stress due some family reason and I think possible that fired up to go thyroid point high.

I am really afraid with this high point and I think this is very dangerous, please let me know if homeopathy has some cure for Hypothyroid that could fix her problem.

One more thing I would like to mention she sleep only for 2-3 hours during night and day because she doesn't feel sleepy.

Her Detail:
Age-23 Year Old
Body Type-Slim but due to thyroid she feels her body is swelled.

  asifkhan2500 on 2016-06-02
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iodium 1000 one dose daily empty stomach for three days then weekly one dose for one month.cal phos 6x and ferrum phos 6x 4 tabs after one hour between the two twice daily.pl continue 100mcg for three month .report after 15 days.pl drink more water and avoid fatty fried oily spicy food possible and have fruits and salad as part of meal.avid salad during dinner and also curd at night.
akshaymohl 3 years ago

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