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Hypothyroid and PCOD Patient, trying to conceive, taking thyronorm 50, glycomet 850 SR, deviry 10 mg, CCQ 100

hi i m 26 years old and i was married last year in May ,i m hypothyroid and PCOD Patient .I was treated with aldactone 25 for 14 months and pioglit 30 for 6 months. i have not concieved yet. after discontinuing aldactone 25 i get my period after every 2 months currently i m taking thyronorm 50 and glycomet 850 SR now my doctor has adviced to take deviry 10 mg and then CCQ 100 .is it safe and will it help me to concieve kindly advice Thanking you in anticipation
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Researches show that thyroid problems are directly related with mental and emotional factors.

Mostly when there are some disturbances at level of mental or emotional level like shock, grief, stress, tension, anxiety, disappointment etc. will affect to physical level at various way and mostly affect to metabolism, hormones and/or neurological level.

Homeopathic medicine is selected with consideration of physical complain with emotional and mental factor.

Hence, it is most curative in these types of chronic diseases

you current medicine are only to control your problem not to cure it.

if you want to be free from all these medication and for better quality of life take homeopathic treatment. . But be sure that, Homeopathic medicine must be selected after taking detail history of your physical as well as mental makeup. Then n then you will get satisfactory result. So consult good classical homeopath. You will surely get benefit with homeopathy.
Answered: Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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