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My fasting sugar 340 and without fasting it 540 my age is 28 suggest me some treatment immediately doctors.
Hi I am 30 years old women, since 2 months I have pain on two sides of collar bone neck below I want many doctors they told it may be gastric problem, I went gastroenterologist and cardiologist I checked ECG ECO Endoscopy x-ray everything normal. But I still having pain since 2 and half months, finally I went orthopaedic in Chennai he gave ubicar, Dvion, and etoshine90 medicines, I have thyroid problem I am using thyrox 25 mg, and parocen 12.5, clonotril 0.25 last 2 medicines psychiatric gave. Till now I am suffering from pain. Since one week I feel very uneasy and I feel some wait on my collar bone ,nights I don't have sleep ,I want what happened to me? What is this problem? How it cures? Is it big problem? I am really worried about this problem. please help me doctors.
I did my blood test for thyroid profile 2 months back and found the TSH value 7.71 while the T3 and T4 were in normal range. After two months I did the test again and now the TSH level was 6.87 while the t3 t4 ft3 and ft4 were in normal range. Please suggest if I need to be treated for this high TSH value.
I have Diabetes type 2 but due to poor control now have to be on insulin for a few months. Is prolonged insulting use bad for the body.
Hello doc I am 30 year old and my wife is 28. She is suffering from PCOD and Thyroid .Her weight is 53.20 kg ,we are married 2.5 years back and planning for a baby from the last 2 years but nothing going right. We had changed various gyne but nothing good happens, due to which my wife is loosing hope and also gets upset very often . We did not move for IVF yet . Please suggest some latest technology and good gyne that can solve our problem. All the gyne told that her ovaries are not responding ,her menses are also not regular without medicine.
HI, Is hair transplant unsuccessful in thyroid. My TSH level is around 18. I am regularly taking medicine (175 mg).
I am suffering from sugar since last 23 years I am on insulin my age is 58 can I stop insulin by any ayurveda system or any type of prevention.
What you eat plays an important role while you are udergoing thyroid disorders. Certain nutrients can influence the functionalities of the thyroid gland, while some foods can prevent the body’s ability to absorb the hormones to a substantial extent. As with a lot of health conditions, some factors are not in our hands which include family history and the environmental factors around you. However, the factor that you can control, is diet.
You can empower yourself to choose a healthier lifestyle through the right diet. It is advisable that you choose your foods wisely. Some of the following foods are known to be beneficial in managing thyroid:
You will be happy to know that dairy products can contribute to fulfilling the much-needed iodine requirement of your body. Since livestock are generally given copious amounts of iodine supplements and the process of milking incorporates iodine-based cleaners, you can get plenty of iodine from dairy products, particularly, yoghurt. Greek yoghurt is one of the prime sources of iodine and can make up to about 50 percent of the daily intake of the nutrient.
When suffering from thyroid, you need iodine to function properly. Producing adequate levels of the thyroid hormone is important to fulfil the needs of the body. Though taking iodized salt can help a lot in your daily iodine intake, you can take additional aid from seaweed. It is important to understand that taking too much iodine can trigger the symptoms of hypothyroidism and the trick here is to balance out how much your body needs.
Much of the iodine in one’s diet comes from dairy products. When you drink about 1 cupful of low-fat milk, you can effortlessly consume around 1/3rd of the daily iodine requirement. It would be better if you take milk rich in Vitamin D. If you are neither a fan of milk nor yoghurt, you may also resort to cheddar cheese, as a single slice can give you around 12 micrograms of the much-needed iodine.
While all the hype is about iodine, zinc also plays an important role in controlling thyroid symptoms. When you take too little amount of zinc, you can get hypothyroidism and in case you already have this condition, your body will need it more since the thyroid hormones help in the absorption of the minerals. Meat, particularly chicken is an amazing source of zinc when you have it roasted.
Fish is yet another source of iodine since it is found in sea water as well as in soil. Taking 3 ounces per serving of baked cod fish can give you around 99 micrograms of iodine. Moreover, shellfish, lobster, and shrimp are good sources of iodine as well.
By adding these foods, you can definitely control your thyroid symptoms to a considerable extent. Controlling your diet is the key to managing your thyroid condition, and therefore you must pay special attention to it.
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