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How to treat hypothyroid?

For hypothyroid is the prescription right. And four months I should be fine with my thyroid without taking the daily medicine. (unconventional way to cure thyroid

1.NUTRILITE DAILY      M(1)…………A(1)…………E(1) FOR 3 MONTHS AND LATER 1 TABLET TWICE IN A DAY

2.NUTRLITE PROTEIN POWDER      M(10GM)…………………….E(10GM) TILL COMPLETE RELIEF AND LATER 1 SCOOP IN A DAY

3.NUTRILITE BIO C      M(1)…………………………….E(1) TILL COMPLETE RELIEF

4.NUTRILITE PARSELENIUM E      M(1) TILL COMPLETE RELIEF

5.NUTRLITE NATURAL B      M(1)…………A(1)…………E(1) TILL COMPLETE RELIEF AND LATER 1 TABLET TWICE IN A DAY

6.NUTRILITE SALMON OMEGA 3      M(1) TILL COMPLETE RELIEF

7.NUTRILITE SIBERIAN GINSENG WITH GINGKO BILOBA     M(2)
Mon, 26 Sep 2016
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Hi there,

Hypothyroidism is basically lack of thyroid hormones in the body. It depends upon severity of hypothyroidism, amongst other factors, whether a patient with hypothyroidism is to be treated or not. However, whenever a decision is made to treat hypothyroidism, levothyroxine supplementation is usually a part of the treatment plan.

The above prescription does not seem to have that. So I suggest you to see an Endocrinologist and have him/her review your case history and reports in detail, and then decide upon the treatment plan.

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