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Taking homeopathy treatment for schizophrenic symptoms, mild thyroid problem. How to diagnose problem?

Sir, Good Evening, due to schizophrenic symptoms, homeopathy treatment was been to her and recently Thyroid Test was done.. Doctor has told that she has mild thyroid problem but she should be consulted with a psychiatrist . at present she is looking very moody... dull and not interacting with other people freely... some times she behaves like a child.... she is also not interested to goto hospital to consult a psychiatrist.... Please tell me whether she is suffering with schizophrenia or other psychic problems... please tell me what to do....
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. is she suffering from any false belief ?
2. any problem with memory,emotions,concentration?
3. any feeling of suicidal tendancy or behaviour?
4. avoid all pungent/astringent food stuff-items.
5. the best treatment is Psychotherapy because we have to address the psychic aspect of the patient.
6. She should regularly practice yoga and pranayam
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Homeopath Dr. Subhash Ponkiya's  Response
Welcome to health care magic forum,
Schizophrenia and thyroid problems both can be well managed and permanently treated with homeopathy. So there is no need to consult psychiatrist. Continue with homeopathic treatment. If your homeopath is not able to treat these both problem then consult to other good homeopath.
Go with homeopathy, It is the best solution for you.
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Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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