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Thyroid n pcod

I am having hypothyroid..is there any permenent cure for this disease ..I have dark neck n facial hair growth..evn my blood sugar is in the border..evn weight gain is quiet noticable
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Begin with Homoeopathic medicine:-
THYROIDINUM 6C
4 pills x 3 times daily x 30 days.
Chew pills regularly as advised.
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Dr. Nancy Malik Gurgaon | Homeopath
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Thyroid gland is a endocrine gland that produces hormones such as T3, T4 and calcitonin. The primary hypothyroid is diagnosed when thyroid profile blood test indicates low FT3, low FT4 and high TSH. It can be painless or painful. An underactive thyroid results in decreased metabolic rate. The underlying cause of hypothyroid can be inherited or acquired. The symptoms are fatigue, intolerance to cold, weight gain, odema, slurred speech. The medication is hormone replacement therapy in conventional medicine (synthetic hormone T4 to be taken daily empty stomach) and in homeopathy medicines like Natrum mur, Sepia, Calcarea carb, Kali carb, Kali iod, Thyroidinum, Pulsatilla, Bromium, etc.
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If you wish to go for Homeopathy, Consult your local homeopathic physician.
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Winters are bad for hypothyroid people. Be prepared.
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Hello.
Hypothyroidism can be linked to many other disorders. Homoeopathic medicines can help if you don't have any complications related to the complaint. Usually body need is increased during puberty and pregnancy. So hypothyroidism is common during this time. Homoeopathic medicines can control the situation. Consult a homoeopathic physician for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) used to be called Stein-Leventhal syn­drome

The symptoms in the syndrome are acne, irregular or absent periods, obe­sity, hirsutism (excessive growth of bod­ily hair) and infertility. Not all patients have every symptom. In fact some peo­ple are not overweight.

An ultrasound scan shows that patients have changes in the ovaries which cause multiple small cysts to occur with­out ovulation. The cysts are arranged around the outside of the ovary, just under the surface and have not been able to rupture as they should at ovulation.As ovulation does not occur, hor­mone levels do not fall as they would normally do. Consequently menstrua­tion, which occurs in response to falling levels of hormones, may be delayed or absent

The elevated levels of testosterone and oestrogen eventually result in hir­sutism, acne and long or absent mens­trual cycles and obesity. A primary cause is thought to be high levels of insulin due to insulin resistance, where the body tis­sues do not respond normally to insulin which may be a genetic abnormality. Women with this syndrome (also called Syndrome X)

The Homeopathic mode of treatment also provides help in conditions associated with PCOS i.e Hypothyroidism or diabetes. The treatment for these conditions is always based upon the constitution of the patient and the medicines vary for each patient, depending upon the particular symptoms.

Homeopathy offers the best alternative. This is because Homeopathy focuses on treating and curing the root cause of the problem. The Homeopathic philosophy of disease is not based on the external causes of diseases.Plz dont not take any homeopathic medication without  consulting an experienced homeopath near your place
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Dr Nandini Deshmukh

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Dr. Ramesh Talreja Mumbai | General Physician
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If you are obese & have irregular menses most probably you will requ-
ire Graphites in higher pottency along with Thyroidism 3X. I can be sure only after meeting you and and taking your complete history. Or consult a senior homoeopath in your locality.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. 

I can understand your concern. 
The darkness near the neck is a sign suggestive of insulin resistance.
What about your periods?
Are they regular?
Is pcod diagnosed or you just have mentiined in the headline not to talk about it in main question?
The only treatment for hypothyroidism is to take medicines daily on an empty stomach withoit fail.
Kindly consult a endocrinologist in person for further evaluation and management. 
Best regards.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Bangalore.

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