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Elevated TSH, dermatitis and dental problem. What should be the dosage of eltroxin and becadexamin?

smt basanti halder 40 is suffering since 25 years in thyroid gland problem , at first she was treatment by prof. dr. B. Sadhukahn. after long time last three years treatment renowned homoeopathy doctor P. Banaerjee hatibagan . one years thyroid was nil. by the homoeopathy treatment, unfortuniatly stopped homoeopathy-treatment . then after few month tested her t3 t4 tsh . t3 t4 are normal but tsh 16.5 further start homeotreatment at present her tsh 3.5 but her other problem that means dermatitides problem and dental problem cannot start for homeo treatment. We can start eltroxin , becadexamin for her next alopathy treatment. kindly tell me what is the does will be this patient of ELTROXIN , and becadexamin
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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Smt Basanti is suffering from Hypothyroidism for which the treatment is replacement therapy in the form of Eltroxin. At present her TSH is within normal range. However, she should take 50 mcg of eltroxin daily as a maintainence dose with regular TSH checkups at 3 to 6 monthly intervals. Dermatitis can be a feature of hypothyroidism and may improve with treatment with eltroxin. For dermatitis and dental problems, you may need to consult a skin specialist and dental surgeon. Becadexamine is only a vitamin supplement and one capsule a day can be taken.
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actually if u or on homeopathic medication then all ur problem should be taken care with those homeopathic medicines it is not like allopathy that u require different medicine for dermatitis and thyroid and dental complaints all should be taken with same homoeopathic medicines if they are right
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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