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Hyperthyriod, Low Fertility and Grave's disease

by Jackie
(Scarborough, Ontario, Canada)

Hi. I have graves disease for hyperthyriod after my first son was born also have take Tapazole for 1.5 years and have been off this medicaion for almost 2 years and now it trying to have my second pregnancey. Me and my husband have been trying since march 2010 and still have no sign of my second pregnancy and I'm very stree about my thyriod problem. I don't want to take any prescripetion drug and I love to try homeopathic medication because I beleive they work better prescipetion drug because they are all natural. Do you have any suggestion for me to increase my fertility and chance for my second pregnancy.

Also I love this website, the information is very helpful and I have learn so much.
Thank you so much and looking forward for your relpy.


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Homeopathic Medicine for Graves Disease While Trying to conceive
by: Anonymous

Hi Jackie,
If you want to avoid allopathic medication to treat hyperthyroidism due to graves disease you need to make sure your OBGYN is willing to follow you during your pregnancy.
Monitoring is very important and also finding the correct care.
I would recommend finding a classical homeopathic physician in your area that can follow you regularly. Homeopathic care is specific to each person and very effective in treating autoimmune conditions. It works in most cases. The homeopath takes your case and selects the best homeopathic remedies for your case.

There are also many things you can learn about in the field of natural health to support your hyperactive thyroid. First of all your diet and second looking into herbal remedies like ThyroSoothe for hyperthyroid.
Taking vitamin D is also very important in helping balanced immune system functioning.

All the best

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner

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