I know a lot of doctors, and there isnt 1 of them who in my opinion treats a patient as a source of money. They all care about their patients and have their best interests in mind.
Do they all have a clue. I would say not, thanks to pharma feeding them much of their medical knowledge.
That said Iodine deficiency is a real medical condition, and the few ive spoken to about it are open, but they say they do not have the medical literature to back up any claims one way or another. There's a big distinction to make here, and that's that they dont know enough to recommend anything but avoiding lugols.
We know first hand how we feel and how it's improved our lives.
Im not sure about ovarian cysts, but it could be worth a try., you may feel worse before you feel better. Make sure you do your homework.