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How is hyperthyroid and its symptoms treated ?

I was diagnosed as being hyperthyroid . Lost job and cant afford meds. It s been a year and now I have started another job get medical insurance in aug but this month I went from 135 to 111 pounds hungry all the time weak and now I have the shakes that come and go. My heart seems to race at 99 beats a minute no matter what I am doing. Curious if this all can get worse and if I should go to hospital or if I will be alright to wait till aug.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Thanks for your query.

You are having active symptoms of hyperthyroidism. It should be treated early. Hyperthyroidism has several physical and psychological complication which may also need attention.

As you have financial concern, you can visit some charity or government hospital for treatment. You can take Indiral 20mg two times a day after your physician advice to control some of the symptoms for time-being.

I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,
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.
and as well homeopathy is more cost effective.
have a better health
Answered: Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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