Hashimoto's HypothyroidismI am a 54 year old female who has had Hashimoto's for about 8 years. I was officially diagnosed about 5-6 yrs ago and have been taking 60mg Armour Thyroid for several years. Symtpoms have improved except for constipation and hair loss. T4 has recently dipped below normal. Hair loss is worse than it's ever been and am now having trouble with weight gain.
Both my parents were hypothyroid as well.
I would really like to heal this condition and stop taking Armour, and of course, for I'd like my hair loss to stop!
If anyone has any recommendations for homeopathic remedies that might be effective I'd greatly appreciate it.
Also - could I still take the Armour while taking homeopathic remedies for this condition.
Thanks so much for your help!
MaryRose on 2006-10-02
It only yeilded to Carsinosin CM
And the dose had to be repeated about every three months.
CM can be obtained from
Lewell mill .
West Stafford .
Dorset DT2 8AN.
Phone outside UK 0044 1305 265759 or 263996
walkin last decade
Carcinosin type is generally someone who is a bit of a perfectionist, you should use the Remedy Finder to get a bit of a handle on your whole profile, just buying remedies left and right will get you nowhere. Get a couple of good homeopathic books too, you can get them used on amazon.
have a good one
saltOftheEarth last decade
Thanks to you, Salty, as well. I have to laugh - I am quit a perfectionist in many ways! Thank you for the advice to do the Remedy Finder and read some books. I tried the Arnica wet dose for my hair loss and it made me rather sick! (I'm very hypersensitive.) Although, I must say - I did sleep better those few days!
MaryRose last decade
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