I live near St Louis, Missouri and like to find an homeopath. I have an hyperactivity
of my thyroid and like to have an homeopath treatment before or at the same time than traditional drugs...and advices about this topic.
I'm actually nursing my 4 months old baby and my endocrinologist asked me to stop nursing and after start the treatment. Will it be possible to nurse with an homeopathic remedies?
monique lanz on 2002-09-25
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I would suggest you contact NASH (the North American Society of Homeopaths). Their phone number is (206) 720-7000
You can continue to nurse your baby on homeopathic remedies - although obviously if you're taking homeopathic medicine alongside traditional treatment, any effects of the traditional treatment will continue.
katie last decade
Homeopathic treatment is wonderful for easing the symptoms however antithyroid medication is a required part of treatment. Talk to your doctor about PTU it is an anti thyroid medication that has been aproved for pregnancy and nursing. I Have a 14 mo son and unfortunatly i was diagnosed with hyperactiv thyroid when i was 3 mo. Pregnant but thanks to a well informed doctor and one who listened to my wishes for a successful breastfeeding relation ship we found a medication i could take and I did not have to stop nursing
PocahontasTaina last decade
Homeopathy has very good remedies to correct Hyperthyroidism.
Please give the levels of the relevant hormones, i.e. Thyroxine, Tri iodo thyronine and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone.
Also how is your appetite, thirst, urination, bowel movements, perspiration, sleep etc?
Any palpitation disturbing sleep?
Any dry skin
Has your menstrual cycle started after the delivery?
Have you lost weight of late?
How is your blood pressure?
With the above symptoms it is easy to suggest the proper medicines.
I promise you can nurse your child with homeopathic remedies.
Dr.Venugopal Gouri last decade
I have hyperactive
thyroid and want to continue breastfeeding my 5 month old. I was told to stop breastfeeding and come back in 2 weeks for treatment. I do not want to stop breastfeeding yet. What can I do?
Michele Laarveld last decade
I will be sixty years old in May. I have serious heart complications, i.e. replaced mitral value, atrial fibrulation, and arythmeia. I have had two open heart surgeries for the mitral valve. The most recent was December of 2002. Now, I've been diaagnosed with hyperactive
thyroid. It is giving me hissy fits! My heart beat is very irregular. My stomach is always upset and sometimes causes vomiting. I can't tell if I'm hungry or full. I have to rely on memory of when I ate last to tell if I need to eat. I weigh 117 pounds, but I'm only 5'2". They want to kill my thyroid! Help me, please. I need more information. What caused this to happen? Is there a way to heal the thyroid? Can the cause be corrected and health returned? I would appreciate any input. Thank you in advance for your assistance in this.
Peggy Marley last decade
I just found out that I have H.T. Can anyone tell me how this happens. I have all the symptoms that are listed in a previous post. I have lost weight, I'm tired all the time and I really don't feel my old self. What are the medications that are given for this and will I gain weight after I begin treatment? I weighed 125 lbs and in 4 months I lost 12 lbs. I eat all the time but it passes through so quickly, I'm immediately hungry again. This is frustrating. Any advice on dealing with this condition mentally and physically?
Shellseva last decade
I am 17 years old and have a hyperactive
thyroid but seem to be experiencing many of the hypo symptoms such as being tired all the time and difficulty keeping off weight etc. and wondering if this is abnormal or not
kristi07 last decade
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