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Mucus in stools and loss of appetite

It all started after I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism just after a month I was diagnosed.My stools are not in proper shape they stick to bottom of toilet it takes too much time to flush them also there isnt natural appetite I mean I have loss of appetite with it ...along with it I have left sides scoascia which occurs sometime also pain near shoulder sometime.i have to go for getting fresh 2-3 times in morning.i have made all test all is normal. I have less thirst these days.
All this prblm is from 1.5 yr I have taken many homeopathic Medocone bt no much relief is the.Pls anyONE help me ...
[Edited by Rohit45 on 2019-08-27 15:06:58]
 
  Rohit45 on 2019-08-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Are you taking any medications?

Do you eat a lot of spicy food or sweets ?

Are you loosing weight?

Do you have any other health problems ( mental and physical)?
Briefly write down your medical history.
[Edited by Tui on 2019-08-27 21:49:10]
 
Tui 3 months ago
I don't like spicy or sweet food ....I have hypothyroidism for which I am takibt throxine 62.5 mg....I have also take .many homeopathic Medicine for this mucus in stool prblm.Now I am too much worrrid about it also I have made test in which votamvi b12 and D were found insufficient and elevated slight liver enzymes.
 
Rohit45 3 months ago
Lycopodium 30c twice a day for 10 days and report back.

1 dose is 2 pills or 2 drops.
 
Tui 3 months ago

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