HypothyroidismI am 36 yr old male.suffering from Hypothyroidism for last 3 yrs.T3 T4 is normal.but TSH IS 12.0 .I never used any Allopathic medicines for this problem.
1.feel extensive cold in morning .
2.low libido and Ed for last 3 yrs.
4.sleep is good.
6.like both sweet and salty.
I took homeopathic medicines for this.from a homeopath for 6 months.that time Tsh was 8.2 it increased and reached till 14.2 after 6 month of medicines.then i went to another Homeopath and within 3 month my Tsh was 7.4 every month it was getting down.but next month when i got tested result was 9.0 and next month 10.4 means tsh reading was increased after 3 month.then i left taking medicines for 6 month and i got checked my tsh it wad 10.3.
Kindly recommend suitable medicine.
Yiew on 2019-01-22
HOW TO TAKE THE REMEDY:
Please take two doses. Just 2 doses. Not daily.
WHAT IS A DOSE:
Get the remedy in liquid:
Put five drop of the remedy in 20 ml of mineral water, hit the bottle atleast 6 time (shaking the bottle is not enough). Take it before bedtime. That’s one dose.
TIME OF DOSE:
Morning dose: Early morning as soon as you get up, wash your mouth with plain water (don't brush), take the remedy.
Night dose: 12 hrs after the first dose.
Don't drink water along with the medicine. Don't drink or eat any thing for 30 minutes before the medicine and after the medicine.
Note: Avoid Strong smell, Coffee, Raw Garlic, Raw Onion, Hing and Tobacco in any form.
Report back after 15 days with the changes observed during this period.
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