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Suffering from polyanthrolgia, TSH. Taking Thyroine sodium, Calgel, Saaz-DS. Permanent cure?

Sir, Please give me your valuable suggestion how to remove desease ofthyroid stimulating harmone ( TSH ) and also for polyanthrolgia We are follow2ing the tablets. Those are 1. Thyroine sodium 2. Mext 7.5 F 3. Calgel 4. Saaz-DS 5. Indocap SR We are taking daily the above tablets from one month but iam facing headache at right side and also body getting cool. So, Iam requesting please give me your valuable suggestion for removing my desease. by S. Lakshmi Paradesi Rao
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Hi Mr. LP Rao
You are suffering from Polyathralgia and under Mext 7.5 , Calgel,. Saaz-DS , Indocap SR. Is that Rheumatoid Arthritis or Sero negative nonrheumatoid arthritis ? Are you also suffering from Hypothyroidism as you are under Thyronine sod. ? Sorry and regret that those type of Polarthralgia need medications lifelong. For Hypothyroidism also the same, except in cases of transient hypothyroidism caused by some form of Thyroiditis.

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