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Hypothyroid after partial thyroidectomy

I had a partial thyroidectomy many years ago, and over the last few years have experienced all the hypo symptoms, hair loss, tiredness, weight gain, edema, mental sluggishness, sweating, facial blemishes, mood swings, cracked heels, dry skin, tired legs and most recently fading eyesight. Apart from all this I feel quiet healthy.
I have Thyroidinum 12C, and just started using it, but not sure how often to take it. Could someone please advise if this is the correct remedy and give idea on dosage. Thanks in advance, much appreciated.
  Elizabeth on 2003-05-31
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The medicine is right... the potency in your situation is low.
Take the following two medicines in the manner given below:

THYROIDINUM 1M once a week in the morning

PILOCARPUS 1M (JABORQNDI is the alternate name)... next morning i.e. after taking Thyriodinum 1M

Next five days in the week take THYROIDINUM 30C three times a day.

Repeat same PROCESS way every week.

Also see my reply to question on Hyperthyroid to understand your condition better.(You are not required to take IODIUM as suggested in that reply).
Good Luck!!
INDIA 13th July, 2003
E-mail: pvarma7

PANKAJ VARMA last decade
I've also had a thyroidectomy - 5 years ago now - and have been ignored every time I go to the docs & say I don't feel well. My husband eventually paid for me to see a specialist who wasn't interested in my blood results, but did a clinical assessment of me & believed I was being undertreated. I started on a new medication called Armour Thyroid - a natural dessicated pig's thyroid horomone - and many of my symptoms are better. I felt as if I was looking out of a dirty pane of glass but now my eyes are bright & clear, I'm not tired all the time & I can think straight. Check out Mary Shomon's website - it is all about thyroids. Also, I'd advise you to try to find a doctor who is interested in how you feel, not just the numbers on your blood result. I wish you luck & wellness, I hope things will get better for you. Best Wishes, Fee
Fee last decade

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