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I am suffering from hypothyroidism for last 3 yrs. In September last year my TSH was 7.2. My endocrinologist started 112.5 mg Thyronorm. In November my TSH was 1.24 but I felt extremely weak, tremors in limbs, loss of appetite, loss of libido. But still my endocrinologist asked me to continue 112.5 mg Thyronorm. In December TSH was 1.56. In March this year I again had problems of extreme weakness, tremors in limbs, loss of appetite, loss of libido I discontinued Thyronorm and in April my TSH was 19.2. My endocrinologist asked me certain tests.. My total testosterone is 260 Blood glucose fasting 107, pp 97 Vit B 12 423, Vit D3 4.2 In April my endocrinologist again started 112.5 mg Thyronorm but I followed my own advise I. E. For first 5 days 112.5 mg and next 5 days 100 mg and a On May 27 my TSH is 3.71, FT3 2.5, FT4 1.31. Now I am taking 75 mg Thyronorm for last 5 days. Is it correct dosage, is my Vit B 12 level of 423 normal. My free testosterone is 5.2 is it normal or low. Pl advise My lipid profile, LFT is normal Sodium is 145, calcium 9.2. Hba1c 6.4, ABG 137 Pl advise reason of my extreme weakness, loss of appetite, loss of libido and erection I also take Amodep 5 mg for hypertension Pl suggest detailed diagnosis a d treatment I would prefer advise from GP and endocrinologist.
If I have normal t3 t4 tsh level in hyper thyroid profile and have a small goitre in neck then I need thyroid surgery or not. Please tell me.
My age is 43, weight is 108 kilograms, height is 5.8" I am suffering from hypertension and hypothyroidism since last 8-9 years. Last week I felt chest pain/discomfort. My bp was 160/120 and pulse was 78. What should I do? Is my condition is serious? I am taking telma 40 in morning and amlong in the night for bp and thyronorm 75 for thyroid. please help me.
Hello sir I am jiknes Patel I am 35 year old man I have sugar problem last two years what should I do please tell me doctor.
Last year three times I suffered from Gout. My uric acid was high to the tune of 13. I consulted some doctors and got treatment. Every time I suffered from Gout, I took Zyloric 100 mg three times a day for two weeks and got relief. Later on I changed my eating habits and started consuming Gluten free food. Now my uric acid is around 3. But for last few weeks though I am not on medication, nor my uric acid is high, joints of my fingers (palms as well as feet) ache on moving, more especially right and left hand thumb. Can anybody suggest good treatments consisting less of medicines ?
Gestational diabetes is also known as gestational mellitus diabetes (GDM). It is a prevalent disorder which affects pregnant women and the main cause of this condition is the imbalance in the functioning of the insulin, which mainly happens due to the presence of human placental lactogen. Expecting mothers show a raise in their blood sugar level, especially during the last trimester of their pregnancy. Women who do not have a medical history of diabetes can also be affected with this condition.
Prominent symptoms of gestational pregnancy include:
Gestational diabetes does not have any prominent symptoms; it can only be diagnosed through proper and professional screening of blood sugar level. You should immediately consult a doctor if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Increased level of blood sugar
- Trouble to concentrate
- Recurrent headaches
- Increased thirst
- Blurry vision
- Sudden weight loss
- Decrease in low blood sugar level
- Pangs of hunger
- Pale skin and dry skin
- Excessive sweating
- Persistent weakness
How can you manage gestational diabetes?
Modification of lifestyle pattern, healthy food habits and moderate physical exercise can help minimize the risk of gestational diabetes in expecting mothers.
In order to manage gestational diabetes, the following things should be followed:
- The treatment when accompanied with balanced diet and routine exercises, reduces the occurrence of health problems in both mother and child.
- A routine screening for type ii diabetes should be conducted throughout the pregnancy, to ensure early detection and treatment of the same.
- A diet rich in fiber and whole grains minimizes the risk of diabetes in pregnancy, fresh fruits and vegetables are also known to check the blood sugar level in expecting mother, minimizing the occurrence of health problem in both mother and child.
- Giving up the use of cigarettes and other forms of tobacco may reduce the chances of gestational diabetes in female smokers.
How Does Gestational Diabetes affect Pregnancy?
Gestational diabetes is harmful for both the expecting mother and the child. It increases the risk of complications in pregnancy that can prove to be fatal.
Potential risks of gestational pregnancy include: