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My wife is having thyroid. T3. T4. FT3. FT4 are in range. But TSH is high. It is 6.3. What should be done? Is it hypo or hyper. What care should be taken? Is it OK to have baby in this condition.
I am suffering from thyroid problem my current observed thyroid TSH value is 2.036 and before I was taking 75 n 12.5 power thyroid pills .please suggest now how much power pills should I consume now. Thank you.
I am 50 years old man. My weight is 96 kg. My blood sugar level is Glucose fasting 128. Glucose post food 2 hrs is 166lipid profile: cholesterol total - 226Triglyceride 125hdl 49ldl 159. I am taking Losartan 50 mg morning. Am I diabetic. Please advice whether I should start diabetic treatment or can I control by exercise.
I am 42 years, male, weight is 90 kg, height 175. 5 cms,Suffering from Thyroid from last 13 years & Blood Sugar from last 5 years, medication started for Blood Sugar since last 2 years. Presently taking following medicines:- thyronorm - 100 mcg Trajenta - 5 mg. Recently done Test for Sugar & Thyroid, report is as follows: Fasting-186 PP- 263 Hb1AC-8.8 TSH-6.34 Want to control the above & obviously my weight. Pls help.
I had loose stools after taking some tabs for more than 3 months which resulted in a leaky gut followed and hypothyroidism followed a year ago. After hypothyroidism being diagnosed I started taking curds regularly and now I don't have stools. My doubt is if my leaky gut is now fixed can I cure my hypothyroidism? And if it was by leaky gut it would be immune attack on thyroid. So will my immune system stop attacking my thyroid now that my leaky gut is fixed? I feel gut is normal now because stools are normal and I'm taking curds first in the morning from one year.
Is diabetes a hereditary disease? If so how to prevent it? What is the diet to be followed to prevent it? Does mental pressure leads to diabetes?
Diabetes is a lifestyle disease that can easily be managed by controlling our diet. Along with being aware of your sugar intake, your diet should help you lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. However, this does not mean you have to resign yourself to a lifetime of tasteless food.
Here are a few diet tips that can help manage diabetes:
- Choose high fiber carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are an essential element of the daily diet but have a huge impact on blood sugar levels. Hence, it is important to pick the right carbohydrates. Your diet should have a limited amount of refined carbohydrates such as white bread, pasta, soda etc. and should be focused more on high fiber carbohydrates such as brown rice, sweet potatoes, rolled oats and bran flakes that are digested slowly. This prevents your body from producing excessive insulin.
- Be sweet smart: The key to indulge your sweet tooth and controlling diabetes is moderation. Abruptly, removing sugar from your diet can make you crave for it. Instead, gradually lower your sugar intake. If you can't miss out on the dessert at the end of a meal, reduce the amount of carbohydrates in your meal. Adding healthy fats like peanut butter, yogurt or nuts to your dessert can also slow down the digestive process and thus control blood sugar level.
- Keep a food diary: When you are diabetic, it is very important to eat at regular intervals. Eating frequent, small meals are often better than fewer large meals. Try and maintain a food diary to keep track of your calorie intake. This helps identify problem areas of where your body is getting excessive calories from. When you are aware of the calories associated with things you eat, it is easier to cut down on snacks and replace unhealthy snacks with healthier options.
- Choose fats wisely: It is impossible to completely cut out fats from your diet. While some fats such as liquid vegetable oils and commercial baked goods are unhealthy, others have important health benefits. Unsaturated fats are the healthiest and safest. Replacing your vegetable cooking oil for olive oiland biscuits with nuts are easy ways to make smart choices with your fat intake.
- Go green: Green leafy vegetables are low on carbohydrates and high on nutrients. Thus, make them an integral part of your meal. Vegetables like kale, spinach, lettuce, etc. can be eaten raw or cooked. Along with being nutritious, they also add texture and color to your meals, thus making them more visually appealing.