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Swelling in thyroid condition.

This is common myth that thyroid (I presume it is hypothyroid) gives swelling; there may be other reasons of such a swelling; commonest being collection of fat. Just a common advise - ensure you are ...

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Weight management in thyroid

ONLY 500 ml oil in a month; minimal outside eating; reduce snacking. 2 litres of water; more of vegetables and fruits and sugar NOT more than 2 tea spoons in a day. This only helps weight NOT to inc...

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Query

Depends whether it is hypo or hyper. Your doctor may suggest medicines based on your report of FT3, FT4 & TSH.

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Prevention for thyroid

Hypothyroid may run in families; Hyperthyroid generally does not. There is no vaccine or drugs to prevent; just follow a healthy like style - regular exercise and balanced diet (less oil, more of fru...

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Prevention for thyroid

Hypothyroid may run in families; Hyperthyroid generally does not. There is no vaccine or drugs to prevent; just follow a healthy like style - regular exercise and balanced diet (less oil, more of fru...

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Thyroid in females

Yes. Thyroid disorders (both hypo ad hyper) are much more common in females. The exact cause is not known but maybe that autoimmune conditions are commoner in females.

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drug induced hyperthyroid

Nikhat It is fairly common; largely due to high dosage or patient forgetting to get tests done at right time as advised. Think back - did you take medicines longer than was advised?

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Weight management in thyroid

Managing weight is same whether in thyroid condition or without! Cutting down calorie intake/ reducing sugar and fatty food Exercising regularly (at least 30 minutes daily; 5 days a week) and effect...

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High TSH levels

What you have is called Subclinical Hypothyroid. Hair fall may be due to other causes i.e. anemia/ dandruff etc. Exercise regularly and lose weight if obese. Meet your doctor for line of treatment

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What is thyroid fever?

There no disease entity as Thyroid fever.

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