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(HealthGuard T18 and Prescription Drugs)
HealthGuard T18 - A unique concept of Natural Thyroid Remedy
A Released Therapy helps to completely cure thyroid diseases. Know the HealthGuard T18 Remedy Progress for Thyroid Diseases that brings you a guideline on the Treatment flow. Therefore, it is helpful for patients to note the Thyroid function difference and spot any change of health condition.
IMPORTANT: HealthGuard T18 Thyroid Remedy Progress: (Note your changes of T3, T4 and TSH)
1. Therapeutic
2. Improving
3. Restore
4. Recovery
During whole remedy progress, different types of Thyroid patients may response to our HealthGuard T18 treatment according to table displayed below. You may find you are curing in progress with response of same changes of T3, T4 and TSH throu the HealthGuard T18 Recovery Process: Alert: time of stage varies with each individual's health condition.

Release excessive T3, T4.

Dredge the blocked thyroid gland.

Release toxin in thyroid gland.


Improving T3, T4 temporarily increase, TSH decrease T3, T4 temporarily decrease, TSH may temporarily increase. Nodules get softened, Liquid surrounding the nodules disappeared.


Restore T3, T4 back to normal, TSH may keep falling, OR T3, T4back to normal, TSH gradually goes up. Able to produce own thyroid secretion. The softened nodules break down into several smaller nodules and start to minimize.



T3, T4, TSH back to normal. Thyroid Problems Recovered.

T3, T4, TSH back to normal. Thyroid Problems Recovered. All nodules disappeared.

Note: Each T stands for Treatment unit. Each T normally takes 2 months.

The above stages show the changes in T3, T4 and TSH only. Patients need to get completely minimization in goiter, elimination in all symptoms and stop all the medicines before reaching Total Recovery.
Hyperthyroidism - Prescription drugs Treatments:
3 currently used methods can be for "cure symptoms" only, but not “cure root”. Mostly are applied to depress the secretion of thyroid hormone.

1. Put thyroid gland neglects response from hypothalamus and pituitary; depress the synthesis of thyroid hormone.

Commonly applied; 1. Carbimazole 2. Propylthiouracil (PTU)

Remarks: Taken every 6 to 8 hours, and should be taken continuously for several months.

Possible side effects:
1. Roseola, fever, arthralgia, lower white cells in blood.
2. Main weakness is only less than 5% patients will be fully recovered.
2 . Drink Radioactive Iodine (RAI) to partially disable the thyroid gland function.

The level of radiation (dosage of RAI applied) that thyroid gland should be exposed is in fact difficult to control.

Remarks: Babies under 2 years old or pregnant woman are not recommended.

Possible side effects:
1. Lead to (from hyperthyroidism) permanent hypothyroidism. Patients need to take thyroid hormone replacement drugs longterm.
2. Other organs or tissues are also exposed to radiation during the RAI treatment; thus could result in other diseases.
3. Patients may feel uncomfortable and find other organs function decline quickly.
3. Partially or fully remove the thyroid gland (thyroidectomy)

Patients may find goiter, nodule or cyst in neck regardless Hyperthyroidism or Hypothyroidism.

Remarks: About 80% of patients will recur thyroid problems even after operation. Ultrasound should be taken in advance.

Possible side effects:

1. Patients after thyroidectomy need to take thyroid hormone replacement drugs (Thyroxine) longterm.
2. The operation could cause hoarse voice and paralysis.
3. The auxiliary thyroid gland locating beside the thyroid and specialized in the metabolism of calcium has a risk of damage also applies to nerves near thyroid during the operation.
Hypothyroidism - Prescription drugs Treatments:
Physician would give thyroid hormone replacement drugs to patients, and as a longterm treatment. The thyroid gland cannot be fully recovered purely on this kind of medication.
Disease & Treatment
Little Note:


When your thyroid gland is producing too much thyroid hormone and metabolism is not functioned properly, then you become hyperthyroidism. This may be due to autoimmune disease, pollution, during pregnancy, stress from working environment.
For hypothyroidism, the thyroid gland is not producing enough thyroid hormone. This may be due to autoimmune disease that makes it inactive, or drugs that have partially or fully disabled the thyroid gland, or surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland.
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