A 39-year-old woman diagnosed with borderline hypothyroidism in May 2020 was advised to get it re-checked after three months but she ignored it. Over the next six months, she gained 10 kilos, developed overeating habit and suffered from a plethora of symptoms such as body chills, muscle cramps, numbness, sleeplessness, mood swings, fatigue and hair loss. Her test report in Feb 2021 revealed hypothyroidism (TSH - 6.0µIU/ml). She did not want to take allopathic medicines and decided to take vibrionics instead. On 10 Feb 2021, she was given:
#1. CC3.7 Circulation + CC6.2 Hypothyroid + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.4 Eating disorders...TDS
On 20 Apr, the patient conveyed that her compulsive eating had stopped and she had lost 4 to 5 kg. Muscle cramps and numbness were completely gone and she had 50% relief from body chills, hair loss, and sleeplessness. But there was no improvement in fatigue and she still remained tired and weak throughout the day. Her remedy was enhanced to:
#2. CC12.4 Autoimmune diseases + #1…TDS
By 25 June, she had lost 10 kg and had adopted healthy eating habits. Her mood swings and hair loss were 100% better and the body chills and fatigue were 90% better. Her test report in June revealed normal thyroid levels (TSH - 3.3 µIU/ml). By 1 July, she felt 100% fine and was feeling healthy, energetic and happy, so the remedy was tapered down to OW and then stopped on 30 Oct 2021. As of Apr 2022, her thyroid levels are stable and there has been no recurrence of any of the symptoms.