Synthroid is a synthetic medicine. Before it was available, people were taking natural thyroid medicine. I was lucky enough to have my obstetrician interested in natural products. She put me on THYROID, a natural compound from Women's Pharmacy or Hopewell Pharmacy. Either one, with a prescription, can send you the medicine. You need to get blood test to determine the strength of the compound to be adapted to your need. This compound will alleviate you symptoms from Synthroid. Good luck.View Thread
Hello Sparkles14, So sorry you are in so much pain all the time. For the Ovarian Cysts: Under her obstetrician doctor, my daughter is taking flax oil and flax seeds in her cereal and most importantly Prime rose oil. According to her doctor this oil is perfectly adapted to our female reproductive system. No more episode of cysts eruption and run to the hospital. For your nausea and digestive problem: I recommend you look into Apple Cider vinegar with its "Mother" ( Look into the internet for benefits of ACV). I personally, after a long hesitation, have taken a tsp of ACV with organic honey and water in the morning and got a spontaneous relief of constant stomach pains. I have regained my serenity. At your age this is a shame you have so many ailments. In addition to these recommendations I would strongly recommend that you get your thyroid checked. If it is unbalanced it can create all kind of problems. Doctors are trained to give medicine not to give natural solutions to physical problem. You need to assert your need and get that thyroid checked.View Thread
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