hypothyroidismI am suffering from hypothyroidism since last seven year.Taking one and half synthetic thyroid hormone for last seven years.T3 and T4 was very low and TSH >50.Symtoms are : Swelling on face,feeling sleepy,constipation,sore throat,frequent cold with watery discharge.I like sweet foods.I am suspicious type of person.I ahve lots of anger.I am also jealous type person.I tend to worry about everything.I am sensitive to smells and noise.My grand father had TB.Mother and grand mother are also suffering from continuous cold.Osteomylitisi surgery was conducted on left had 9 years ago.At that time I was diagonised as mild TB of lung.Please tell me about the right remedy and in which potency.Which miasm I am falling under?My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Sohan on 2003-07-19
5. ARSENIC IOD.
...the thyroid problem is part of the TB taint from heridity.
However, self medication is MOST UNADVISABLE in your situation.
Please go to a good homeopath in your neighbour hood, show him the reports, tell him the history, the current symptoms etc. and take your medication under his regular supervision.
I can share the following:
1. A friend's wife suffering from TB of the intestines was operated upon twice without much relief. She went to a homeopath after a chance meeting with him at a social gathering . PHOSPHORUS did the trick for her. She was on way to substantial recovery within a week.
2. A friend of mine ...who had TB ...was taking homeopathic medicine along with allopathic drugs. His allopathic doctor was quite surprised to see him recover much sooner than anticipated by him.
♡ PANKAJ VARMA last decade
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