Hypothyroidism - Patient Administered RAIDear Sir,
My Sister (Aged 45Yrs) has Hypothyroidism and has already undergone Radioactive Iodine treatment and her symptoms are as under:
1. Gastric troubles.
2. Excessive flatulence in the abdomen with acidity that is mainly worse after taking farinaceous food.
3. Complaints are mainly worse from 4:00pm-8:00pm.
4. Bowl doesn't get cleared completely.
5. Craving for Sweets
6. Excessive hair fall
7. Quick weight gain
Request help with a Homeopathic Medicine to replace the existing Allopathic Medicine - Thyronorm 100mcg.
Thanks & Regards
Jitendra1960 on 2016-10-08
1. LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM 200C , pills (buy minimum qty dispensable at the shop), take 5 pills (for one dose) A SINGLE DOSE IN THE EVENING, (NO EXCESS DOSES PLEASE).
Nothing else to eat or drink 1 hour before and 1 hour after the doses.
(No more than one dose to be given. This dose works for several days. So, keep patience).
Do’s & don’ts:
1. Stay away from Strong odors.
2. Do not touch medicines or spill them. Use the cap of container (of same medicine) to transfer the medicines.
3. Place the prescribed dose under the tongue and let it dissolve. Keep the dose for at least 2 minutes in mouth.
4. Keep medicine containers airtight, away from direct sunlight, heat, any smell and children.
5. Avoid strong smells and odors AFAP.
6. Do not take any other medicines for any health problems. Most symptoms go as they come within 24-72 hours.
7. Do not apply anything to skin problems like itching / eruptions, if any.
8. Report any problems & seek appropriate advice.
9. Otherwise report progress after 1week.
DrKulkarni 3 years ago
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