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Do You Have Hot Flashes?

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Here are my Dr. Bob “Approved” takeaways:

- Avoid sugar

- Take up to twelve milligrams of iodine daily

- Take one tablespoon of flax oil per one hundred pounds

- Eliminate what you can from your life that is creating stress

For more information, visit us online, www.druglessdoctor.com, or come see us at The Drugless Doctors practice in Cleveland, Ohio.

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If I may, I would like to make a comment about your advocating the taking of iodine. I have hypothyroidism and am taking levothyroxine daily. I have researched the taking of iodine as an alternative to medication for hypothyroidism and have found many sufferers of the disease who report that taking iodine made their problems worse by causing their thyroxine levels to fluctuate throughout the day. These fluctuations cause a myriad of symptoms including hot flashes, heart palpitations and confusion of thought processes, which manifestations can be quite severe. I would therefore hesitate to advocate the taking of iodine for any person who has thyroid problems, especially if they are also taking prescription drugs for their condition.

July 21, 2014 - 4:02am
Expert HERWriter (reply to A Seymoure)

Hello A Seymoure,

I go into your comment/concern in my new Ask Dr. Bob, out today. DB

July 25, 2014 - 10:13am
Expert HERWriter (reply to A Seymoure)

Hello,

Thank you for your response. I will help bring clarity in my upcoming Ask Dr Bob, out later this week. DB

July 21, 2014 - 9:59am
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