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Treatment for Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Hypothyroidism
Treatment for Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Hypothyroidism

A 21 years old female Miss, TNG, had come with complaints of irregular menses since last 14 years of age. Her complaints started since her menarche (first menses) started. Her menses color was dark with clots. Before menses she would get lots of abdomen pain and after menses she would feel relaxed and better. She had aversion for menstrual cycle. She does not want menstrual cycle would feel dirty about it. She would always feel her body to be warm.

She also had complaints of multiple tiny pimples over face, hair growth on face (hirsutism).

She had craving for spicy food and egg. She does not like to eat non-vegetarian food and milk. If milk taken due to compulsion she would vomit it. She does not feel thirsty much.

By nature, she was a reserved person. Her father expired during her school days. She was then taken care by her brother. Her brother was a suspicious person. He restricted her often. She was not allowed to be according to her wish. She had lots of anger towards her brother but could not express. She would cry alone. Her confidence level had become low. Her concentration was poor. She had fear of dark, fear of lizard and fear of disease.

Her TSH levels were raised and Sonography suggested Poly cystic ovary.

She was under allopathic medicine Eltroxin and Ovral L. She was given homoeopathic medicine Thuja, Natrum Muriaticum and Pulsatilla in infrequent doses as per the indications. Gradually she improved well. Her TSH levels and Sonography reports were normal after eight months of treatment

Note: Homoeopathic Medicines used in this case are as per the indications. In all cases same Homoeopathic Medicines cannot be given. Every case has its unique presentation for prescription. Same medicine cannot be used for all the patients suffering from same disease condition. Homoeopathic medicines should be always taken under physician’s guidance only. Self-medications are not safe and prone to side effects.
Case Record No.: GNS06/78 
Dated: 6th June, 2012. 

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