Hypothyroidism with Acid Reflux and early menopauseSir,
My wife is 43 years old and has hypothyroidism along with severe acid reflux. As she underwent complete Hysterectomy (including removal of ovaries) she is going thru early menopause.
She has undergone 2 unsuccessful hernia operations, which has made her completely bedridden.
She has been taking about 20 odd herbal supplements to support her problems.
Is there a homeopathic path for her. I would appreciate any help?
new_novice on 2017-02-22
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
She should continue with her thyroxine tablet if she has been taking.
♡ kadwa 3 years ago
I have ordered the medication and should be here in another weeks time. I will keep you posted of her condition after a week of usage.
I forgot to mention that she has severe allergies and in case she takes her food late or it contains any ingredient that may affect her thyroid like soy or MSG or cauliflower or cabbage, etc (its a long list) she gets migraine headache and it lasts for at least three days.
new_novice 3 years ago
Also have the following ready for future use...
Nux Vomica 30
arsenic alb 30
Kali Iod 30
Natrum Mur 30
Calcarea Carb 30
Carbo Veg 30
[message edited by kadwa on Mon, 27 Feb 2017 04:58:34 UTC]
♡ kadwa 3 years ago
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