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thyroiditis, vertigo

I experienced vertigo for first time 3 weeks ago. Right ear, some gland swelling, some ear soreness, some fullness in head. It is 80 percent better, but now I also seem to have thyroiditis, which I had 40 years ago. I had a "Hashimoto-like" thyroid disease and take T3 and T4. The inflammation is "up" in my body--pressure on front of throat, burning bottom of feet, sore sacrum. Generally feeling weak muscles and foggy brain. I am confused which homeopathic remedy to take. I think I get some very small relief from Calc Carb. The room still spins violently when I lie down or get up. I am 70 year old female in good health previously. We had a month of bad smoke here. Have MTHFR gene. Had terrible CFS for 7 years in the 1990s but have good immune system now.
  mdigiorgio on 2020-11-07
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drjitesh 2 years ago
Thank you for your reply. I will try this and post the results.
mdigiorgio 2 years ago
Since there were several days before receiving the Conium maculatum, the vertigo resolved although slight dizziness and brain fog remain. The right inner ear feels full, rings, and has slight pain. The thyroid pressure has increased. Sacrum pain resolved. Muscle weakness and low energy continue. Is Conium mac still the remedy that I should take? I remember that several years ago I had a nerve infection in the upper molar near that ear and had a root canal that continued to bother me until just a few months ago. I don't know whether the infection is related. Thank you.
mdigiorgio 2 years ago

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