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Overwhelmed with how to begin iodine treatment
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Published: 7 years ago

Overwhelmed with how to begin iodine treatment

I read the Iodine handout file but I'm still extremely confused on how much I should take for this and that, how to go about things. I'm feeling super overwhelmed.

Quickly, I have endometriosis, ovarian cyst, a fibroid, etc.., just wanted to put that out there, not sure if that makes a difference with dosages.

I read the first step is to first balance body's PH levels.

Next thing I read was
"If you have one or more rare HOT (toxic) thyroid nodules then you may not be able to take Iodine at all or else risk going into hyperthyroid. The hot (toxic) nodule(s) might need to be surgically removed before taking iodine. Risk is high for a deadly Thyroid Storm if you have hyperthyroid AND take iodine.".............. this scared the crap out of me. How do I 100% know if I have a hot thyroid nodule??? I'm so confused :/

Next was the co-supplement section. Here, no surprise, I'm confused again. This is what I have written down so far to start with 2 weeks prior to starting iodine.
-1/2 tsp Natural Celtic Salt
-200 mcg selenomethionine
-400 mg Magnesium
-2,000 mg Vitamin C
-500 mg Vitamin B3 Non Flushing
-10,000 IU Vitamin D3

Is that all correct? Start this 2 weeks before I start iodine?

And then lastly, I've been told to also include zinc and B6, I don't know how much of either to take.

Sorry, I know I have so many questions, I just want to make sure I do this correctly and don't end up causing myself any more harm


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