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Can a baby be effected with thyroid by birth ?

if a baby born with thiroad problem how much time he/she take medicine?
Thu, 19 May 2011
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First, i am sorry to say that the information given by you is too scanty for the diagnosis of which type of thyroid problem, is the gland completly absent or is partialy present, and treatment depends on it.
if the thyroid gland is totally absent, then he or she should take medicine for life long,and if gland is partialy present then Homeopathy can help you. And taking life long medicine can be avoided. Consult a good qualified homeopath, go with reports and tests. And ask for the constitutional medicine, i will definitly help he/she.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
Hi,kanak first of all diagnosis is must.Please talk help of your child specialist for it.Depending upon the diagnosis the treatment duration is decided.Some times some hormonal tests are required to see for other abnormalities as well.bye.
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