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Dr. Jagannath

Endocrinologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Jagannath is one of the best Endocrinologists in Kachiguda, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. Jagannath at Sreedhars Healthcare & Research Centre in Kachiguda, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Jagannath on Lybrate.com.

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Hello, I am 23 yrs old girl and I am suffering from thyroid disease and my Tsh level is increased by 9, and my weight is increasing day by day. What should I do?

Diploma in Diabetology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Mumbai
Check your levels of thyroid antibodies. If they are high then you need to start medications for thyroid. What you have is subclinical hypothyroidism. A small dose of thyroid hormone tablet will solve your problems. Your weight loss will be achieved only after correction of tsh levels & following a regular diet & exercise programme.
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I have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My cholesterol levels has gone high to 340. I have been under medication. What are the ways of reducing and does this need medication all times even my values has been to normal level. TSH levels are above 100. Does this figures affect fertility.

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
I have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My cholesterol levels has gone high to 340. I have been under medication. ...
Hi lybrate-user, make the following lifestyle and dietary changes in order to lower high cholesterol levels: / Lose weight. Even a modest amount of weight loss can lower cholesterol levels. / Reduce the amount of sugar and flour in your diet. Recent evidence indicates that added sugar – in the form of table sugar (sucrose) or high-fructose corn syrup – is probably a greater contributor to heart disease than is consumption of saturated fat. This suggests that the inflammatory hypothesis may in fact have more validity than the conventional lipid hypothesis, although the debate is far from settled. / Avoid trans-fatty acids. These heart-damaging fats can reduce HDL (“good”) cholesterol levels and raise levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. The tip-off that trans-fatty acids are present in foods is the listing of “partially hydrogenated oil” on a food’s ingredient list. Trans-fats are found in many brands of margarine and in most heavily processed foods, as well as in snack foods such as chips, crackers and cookies, and in the oils used to cook fast-food French fries, doughnuts and movie popcorn. / Exercise. Daily aerobic exercise can help increase HDL levels. / Don’t smoke. Smoking itself is a risk factor for heart disease. It can also significantly lower HDL cholesterol. For your hypothyroidism, yes, it can affect fertility but not if you keep you levels in check by taking regular medications and following the right diet. There are various natural treatments for thyroid disorders, ranging from natural supplements, increased intake of vitamins and minerals, consumption of specific herbs to homeopathic methods such as reflexology and acupuncture. Diet, too, is one way to treat thyroid problems naturally. Most natural treatments are safe, easy to follow and are promote overall wellbeing by improvising body function – not just for that of the thyroid gland. Of course, plenty of natural treatments can be used in conjunction with prescription medication. There are plenty of herbs to choose from. Dandelion root regulates the function of the liver, which can do wonders for the thyroid gland. Dong Quai or Hsiao Yao Wan, for example, is a Chinese herb that regulates the endocrine system. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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My age is 38 f i am a diabetic since 4yrs, my vision getting blurred, my teeth swells blood sometimes also giddiness. I am taking glimeperide 2mg if I go to some other doctor they also tell to take the same medicine only what to do?

My age is 38 f i am a diabetic since 4yrs, my vision getting blurred, my teeth swells blood sometimes also giddiness....
Your diabetic so you will have gingival problems. As it is directly connected with diabetes. If diabetes is in control undergo flap surgery and maintain good oral health you will get rid of it.
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I have been suffering from gas problem, I have diabetic tendency. What should I do?

Vaidya Visharad
Sexologist, Narnaul
It is more commonly known as ?Urdhvag Amalpitta? in aurveda.Ayurveda considerds it to be caused by the aggarvation of Pitta dosha. When Kapha is associated with this aggarvated Pitta, the Acid starts climbing the oesophagus. This is exactly the hyperacidity or heat burn.Visit us:-www.Malhotraayurveda.Com

I am diabetic for the past >20 years aged 61 years. active and healthy. daily exercise. weight consistently 70 kg.. height 5'-8". weight is consistent but I hav become lean and people telling I hav totally changed. what could be the reason ? no doctor is able to answer. kindly let me know. body mass might have thinned,.

M.B;B.S, P.G.(FAMILY MEDICINE), D.O.H.
General Physician, Hyderabad
Dear People say lot of things. Your weight ,height to your age is reasonable. Have your weight recorded monthly, if you lose 3 to 5kgs / month then it is a serious indication and you should go for a Master Health check up in a good reputed hospital. use medicines for diabetes timely and get the following tests periodically. 1.FBS 2.PPBS 3.HbA1C (AVERAGE GLUCOSE)
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Hi , I had thyroid problem vd tsh .001. After 1 month now it is 78.56. I was taking neo mercazole*20. Pls suggest me what should I do. Should I continue same dose or medicine. Pls help.

Advance BHRT Certification, Fellowship in BHRT & Longevity Medicine, Fellowship in Endocrinology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Bangalore
Your will need a dose adjustment of neomercazole along with appropriate supplementation with levothyroxine, depending on your symptoms. In your case I would check for appropriate thyroid antibodies to rule out "Graves disease" If this tests positive then I would recommend supplements that and control inflammation and modulate immunity. At some point of time you may have to consider Surgery or Radioactive ablation of thyroid.
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Hi I am diabetic patient my fasting sugar level 180 and after meal 240 what to do.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Hello you have diabetes, therefore you need oral anti diabetic drugs. You may take tablet k - glim m 1 twice a day. Tablet to be taken half an hour before food. You also have exercise dairy at least 1 hr and also control you eating.
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Thyroid Diseases During Pregnancy

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Causes, symptoms and diagnosis of Thyroid

Hello friends. I am Dr. Surekha Jain practicing as a gynecologist and obstetrician since last 40 years. I own my own hospital at Shalimar Bagh with the name of Jain Child and Maternity Hopsital Pvt. Ltd. I am also attached with the Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh as a Senior Gynecologist and Obstetrician. Today, I am planning to tell you about Thyroid Diseases during Pregnancy. The reason for choosing this topic is that it is very common nowadays to find thyroid disease during pregnancy and the smallest variation in the thyroid organ can really affect your pregnancy. The thyroid disease is present in two forms: Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism means over active thyroid and Hypothyroidism means which is under active thyroid.

Thyroid is an organ which is located in the front of your organ like a butterfly and it releases hormones which control metabolism of your body it controls even single cell of your body. Thyroid affects the whole body. During pregnancy, why we are worried about the thyroid disease that if you already know that you have hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism at the very first consultation of your pregnancy, you should tell your obstetrician that you are either Hyperthyroid or hypothyroid and what drugs you are already taking. So that the doctor can help you adjust those medications. In case you do not know the status of your thyroid at very first visit the doctor will you investigations to be done and thyroid status is one of them.

Why is it so important to do early? Because the thyroid functions are more important in the first trimester of pregnancy to control the development of the baby. You very well know that during the very first three months of your pregnancy, the child being made, all the organs, all the systems are developed and after that the child only grows inside so the first three months are very crucial. And thyroid controls the activities in the mother and the baby. So, you should know the status of thyroid. Now, let us know what are the most important irregularities you can have in thyroid? Hyperthyroidism, even though it is rare, in early pregnancy signs and symptoms they quite mimic hyperthyroidism like excessive vomiting, nausea, irritability, giddiness and irregular heartbeat, even nervousness. So, these are very common in pregnancy as well as in hyperthyroidism.

So, if they are in a moderate amount, you can think of having these symptoms because of pregnancy. But, in case there is excessive, your doctor will definitely test you for hyperthyroid by doing certain blood tests and manage you accordingly on anti-thyroid drugs. The second most important is hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism being more common than hyperthyroidism, therefore, it is very important to manage hypothyroidism in early pregnancy. In first, seven to nine weeks, the fetus doesn’t have any thyroid function in itself. So whatever it is getting it is from the mother. If the mother is deficient, the child will also become deficient and later on it can have multiple problems of nervous system, skeletal system, and developmental problems. Now, how do you diagnose the thyroid disease? It is very simple. Only by blood test you can diagnose thyroid. Three blood tests are there, TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone), T3 and T4. These are the hormones which are released by thyroid and thyroid stimulating hormone is the controlling hormone which keeps adjusting itself according to the hormone. Only by test you can come to know whether you are youth thyroid that is normal thyroid or you are hypothyroid or hyperthyroid.

If thyroid is not controlled properly during pregnancy then there can be multiple things which can happen to the mother and the baby. Now, if it not controlled in the first trimester, then developmental problems can be there. Baby can have certain congenital birth defects but later on it can lead to prematurity, and high blood pressure. Now, how can you come to know you are suffering from symptoms only? Hyperthyroidism can lead to severe nausea, vomiting, and slight tremors in your body, trouble sleeping, weight loss, or low weight for pregnant women. How can you know about hypothyroidism? Symptoms of hypothyroidism are such as extreme tiredness, weight gain, confusion, constipation, concentration and memory problems.

So, once your doctor knows whether you are hypo or hyper, they will treat you accordingly. If you want to know more, you can contact me through Lybrate, Dr. Surekha Jain. I am a certified thyroid disease treatment giver to the patients so you can contact me by chat, telephone, by putting your questions directly to me through Lybrate. They know my telephone number, my address. You can contact me, come to me, you can chat with me and even have video chat with me. Thank you.

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I am 67 Year old male At Present My Thyroid is 3.25 BP 130/78 serum Creatinine 1.45 Uric Aid under normal value Fasting 86 I am experiencing slight swelling in lower legs during day time working hrs. Feeling some swelling of heaviness in calf and face, what could be the problem For BP Taking Tab Cilacar-20 of J B Chemicals.

m.b.b.s,, F.D.R.C.
Endocrinologist, Raipur
I am 67 Year old male
At Present My Thyroid is 3.25
BP 130/78
serum Creatinine 1.45
Uric Aid under normal value
Fasti...
You can take cilacar c for two weeks, reduce salt intake, keep your feet at foot rest_elevate your foot while sitting, after 2 weeks check s.creatinine, once everything settled you can take plain cilacar.
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I am not diabetic, I am obese and I have stopped drinking for 6 months at a time but it did not make me lose any weight and nor did it help me in my premature ejaculation problem!

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
I am not diabetic, I am obese and I have stopped drinking for 6 months at a time but it did not make me lose any weig...
You also seem to have thyroid problems for which you are taking medications. It's good that you stopped drinking. I would suggest you to consult your endocrinologist to revise your thyroxine doses according to your most recent reports. Start exercising and get a diet plan from a dietician to help in weight loss. Always remember it's not magical! since you didnot gain overnight you won't lose weight overnight either. Good luck and take care.
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