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My t3 value is -0.49, t4 - 9.35, tsh 8.20 is it hypothyroidism. What medication should I take, it takes time to swaloing food weak concentration. Reply.
I am 45 I have diabetes I have legs pain muscles pains my father is also diabetic past 8 years my legs have pains. What should i do?
I am a thyroid patient, hypo thyroid. I am taking thyronorm 125 mcg. Is wheat good for me. I stopped eating wheat products. Pls advice me. I am 45 years old.
I am 35 year old from last 7 month thyrox 100 continue but t3 t4 and tsh value bet normal shall I stop? 2) I am taking tab early morning after half an hrs started tea, breakfast shall I take tab any time in a day?
Hi, Since couple of week my breast has been started itching. And a month back I was diagnosed to be a diabetic and thyroid My sugar levels were 137 and I had done serum insulin test and it eas 72. Is it serious Please suggest how to control sugar?
Hello, my father, age 60 is suffering from Diabetes from last 15 years, average sugar level around 250+ after lunch. From last two years he is facing lot of problem in walking getting up, numbness in his foot, dryness of fingers of legs, his legs pain a lot and also from last 3 months he has started with back pain. Pls. Suggest which doctor shall I suggest, as whenever I consult diabetologist he says we don't treat for legs, feet and back pain.
I have thyroid problem. Now My tsh level is control, but when I don't take medicine, tsh is high again. I feel weak, my bones are very thin, my body doesn't grow up.
The thyroid gland in your body is responsible for controlling and secreting those hormones that help in your natural growth and development. These hormones are crucial in regulating some of the most important functions of your body, such as your heart rate, breathing, your body weight, your menstrual cycle and your muscle power to name a few.
Problems of the thyroid gland (such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism) can hamper all of these vital functions, and these problems usually arise due to a poor diet. However, your diet can also help in improving the health of your thyroid gland. Here are some diet tips to help you out:
- Include lots of iodine in your diet: Iodine is a nutritive element, without which your thyroid gland will not be able to function at all, being its building block. Therefore, iodine rich foods, such as fortified salt, eggs, seaweed and other dairy products should be a part of your diet. Along with iodine, zinc, selenium, copper and iron are other very important elements that should be a part of your diet too.
- Plenty of B vitamins and antioxidants help: Since stress (blame it on cortisol, the stress hormone that overworks your thyroid in case of chronic stress) plays a major role in hampering the proper functioning of your thyroid gland, eliminating it and detoxifying yourself is extremely important. This can be done by including plenty of B vitamins and antioxidants in your diet. White meat, fishes like tuna, peanuts, brown rice and fruits such as goji berries and wild blueberries can be of great help in this regard.
- Say no to soy: Soy is one of the main culprits behind the malfunctioning of your thyroid gland, as it contains an element known as isoflavones, which can reduce the iodine reserve in the gland. Apart from that, vegetables that belong to the brassica family such as cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts are linked to causing goitre and must be avoided. Consumption of gluten must be avoided too, as it can cause autoimmune thyroid disorders, celiac disease and hormonal imbalances.
- Enjoy your daily meals: In today's fast paced world a stress-free meal is a thing of the past as most people are in a rush to get done with their breakfast, lunch or dinner. This hampers your digestive function and also puts stress on your thyroid glands. The best way to eat is to sit on a table and relax, enjoying every morsel you swallow. This ensures your thyroid remains healthy. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an endocrinologist.