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International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

2022, Vol. 6 Issue 4, Part I
Efficacy of Individualized homoeopathic intervention in subclinical hypothyroidism: A case report
Author(s): Dr. Abhisake Sabud, Dr. Abhinandan Das and Dr. Ruma Debbarma
Abstract:
Background: Subclinical Hypothyroidism is a condition where serum TSH is raised, and serum T3 & T4 concentrations are at the lower or normal end of the reference range. This may persist for many years, although there is a risk of progression to overt thyroid failure. SCH may be resolved spontaneously within 2 years, typically in patients with TSH values of 4 to 6 mIU/L with thyroxine or levothyroxine. The rate of progression to overt hypothyroidism (6.5 mIU/L to onwards) is estimated to be 33% to 55% over 10 to 20 years of follow-up with thyroxine or levothyroxine. Homoeopathic medication is improving the serum lipid profile of SCH with no side effect & it’s less time consuming & side by side improved vitality/ Immunity of patients.
Case Summary: A 41-year-old Hindu female Suffered for weakness, lethargy and constipation with hard stool, headache, Swelling in Neck and Constricted feeling in the neck. She was housewife of a good socioeconomic condition with less physical activity and sedentary habits

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Dr. Abhisake Sabud, Dr. Abhinandan Das, Dr. Ruma Debbarma. Efficacy of Individualized homoeopathic intervention in subclinical hypothyroidism: A case report. Int J Hom Sci 2022;6(4):566-572. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2022.v6.i4i.710
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