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Used a full dropper of natural iodine drops with kelp for 2 weeks. What can this cause ?

i got some natural iodine dropswith kelp, totally misread and used a full dropper full for 2 weeks at least, just told someone about it and read it right 1 ONE drop in water not a whole dropper what can this cause in me, have stopped immediately. how long should i wait ti start again the RIGHT WAY AAAA THANK YOU
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Iodine overdose with seaweed kelp must have repleted your system with iodine.
You shoul avoid taking iodine for at least 6months to come because iodine is needed in very low doses about 1mg can cover need of a week.
get a review to your physician with a thyroid profile test now and after 6months. Your physician will know whether to give iodine or not and if at at what dose and for how much duration.
I hope the advise would be informative and useful for you.
Take Care!
Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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