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Does ayurvedic medicine cure thyroid disorder permanently?

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Posted on Thu, 31 Jul 2014
Question: Is Ayurvedic medicine cures Thyroid permanently ?
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Answered by Dr. Senthilnathan Subramanian (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
yes can cure by ayurveda

Detailed Answer:
Hello madam,

Welcome to healthcare magic
Thanks for consulting .

Thyroid problem can be curable by ayurveda.
From your medication history you may got hypothyroidism.

as per ayurveda horomonal dysfunction(thyroid problem) is treated with oral medication,panchakarma,diet control,and yoga if needed.

with your clear history i can guide

Kindly get back to me With your present complaint and along with details mentioned below

Give the details of complaint/symptoms/problems in the body you are facing in day today life
Age,
Weight and height
Lifestyle
Diet pattern
Family history of thyroid problem
How long treating for hypothyroid.
Any other relevant data will be helpful in assessment.

kindly get back with details
stay healthy
if have any query kindly respond.

Thank you

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Dr. Senthilnathan Subramanian

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Does ayurvedic medicine cure thyroid disorder permanently?

Brief Answer: yes can cure by ayurveda Detailed Answer: Hello madam, Welcome to healthcare magic Thanks for consulting . Thyroid problem can be curable by ayurveda. From your medication history you may got hypothyroidism. as per ayurveda horomonal dysfunction(thyroid problem) is treated with oral medication,panchakarma,diet control,and yoga if needed. with your clear history i can guide Kindly get back to me With your present complaint and along with details mentioned below Give the details of complaint/symptoms/problems in the body you are facing in day today life Age, Weight and height Lifestyle Diet pattern Family history of thyroid problem How long treating for hypothyroid. Any other relevant data will be helpful in assessment. kindly get back with details stay healthy if have any query kindly respond. Thank you