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Hello Dear Doctor. I am suffering from hypothyroid which was detected in Feb'15, however I feel that I was suffering from last many years. Current tsh level is 6 and testosterone level is 2.20. Doctor has suggested to take testosterone injection of 100 mg once in a month. My problem is that I am VERY VERY worried of the side effects of Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Request you to please suggest what should I do and is there any way to avoid TRT or to avoid the side effects. Regards Ankit.
My fasting blood sugar is 105 and pp blood sugar after two hours is 211 and it become 129 after four hours it means that I am diabetics or not.
Please suggest. Can thyroid cause severe depression? If yes then solving thyroid problems can cure severe depression?
My TSH level has increased to 53.57 uil/ml while the normal level lies between 0.38-5.3. What to should j do I am feeling too tiredness.
I have some injury in posterior pituitary. Latest mri shows no posterior signal with reduction in infundibulum thickening and small pituitary size. I have diabetes insipidus. My cbc report is normal. So is it possible to treat the pituitary with stem cells and regenerate the neurons in it?
I am 24 and have hypothyroidism. Tsh is 9.96.i have severe back pain in left side for last two months. That pain is radiated to my left leg and swelling. No problem in spinal cord mri. This swelling is related to hypothyroidism. Pls rply.
Dr. mujhe diabetes hai mere age 28 years hai kiya mujhe shadi krni chaye kiya future main mujhe koi sexual problem Ho sakti hai.
Sir my mother is suffering from diabetes type 2. Her sugar fasting is 141 and pp is 212. Recently she was diagnosed with calculi in Gall Bladder. They are doing open surgery, I want to ask if they can do laparoscopy. Which would be better. And please can anyone tell what thing to eat and which things to avoid. Waiting for reply, please. Thanks in advance.
My age is 43 my blood sugar fasting is 135 and I am taking bp tablet losar h suggest me on sugar level.
Thyroid is a small butterfly shaped gland, which is present at the lower frontal region of the neck, right beneath the voice box. It produces hormones which regulate metabolism (the breakdown of food by the body to convert it into energy). It even plays a pivotal role in boosting organ functions as well as in helping the body to sustain heat. However, too much of hormone production by the thyroid gland might yield structural problems, for instance, growth of nodules (abnormal tissue growth) or cysts (non-cancerous sac-like structures containing fluid) and swelling. Hence, a thyroid surgery is a must once these problems occur. The surgery, administered with general anesthesia, eliminates the thyroid gland either wholly or partially.
Why do you need surgery?
- The presence of tumors or nodules on one’s thyroid gland is one of the reasons why one should go for the surgery. Although most of the nodules are benign, few can be pre-cancerous or cancerous too. Also, those benign nodules can spell trouble, if they expand in size, thus obstructing the throat. They can be problematic as well if they cause the thyroid gland to overproduce hormones, giving rise to a condition known as hyperthyroidism.
- Hyperthyroidism can be corrected through surgery. It is often an outcome of Grave’s disease, an autoimmune disorder wherein the body misidentifies the thyroid gland as a foreign body, thereby creating antibodies to combat it. The thyroid gland gets inflamed in the process, resulting in the overproduction of hormones.
- Another reason is the enlargement or swelling up of the thyroid gland, termed as goiter. Similar to large nodules, goiter too can clog the throat, thus interfering with one’s breathing, speaking and eating.
Types of Surgery
- Lobectomy: This procedure calls for partial removal of the lobes when a nodule or an inflammation affects just half of the thyroid gland.
- Subtotal Thyroidectomy: Here, a small proportion of the thyroid tissue is left behind even after the elimination of the thyroid gland.
- Total Thyroidectomy: Through this procedure, the entire thyroid gland is taken out along with the thyroid tissue.