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Post pregnancy I was diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency and thyroid..took tablets for vitamin D and came under control and stopped with vit tablets..still continuing with thyroid pills...i still have joint pain , muscle crump , feeling stresed, frequent cold...just wanted to know should I get my vitamin level checked ? If yes, which specialist should I approach?
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Hi there, Hope you are doing good. If you have been facing the following the symptoms since long then its better you visit a Dr.He might be able to prescribe the right kind of tests to you.The symptoms can be due to an underactive thyroid too.Get your thyroid levels checked also.
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1) Eat a well balanced diet and avoid refined and processed foods. 2)Try and add more veggies and fruits in your diet. 3)Avoid excessive consumption of soyabean,cabbage,cauliflower ,tofu and soymilk.
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If you want to Check Vitamin Levels, You can do it with Thyrocare Vitamin D Test 25-OH Vitamin D Cost : Rs 600 and Rs 400 with Coupon Code PRO00FDB Details at www.pgmed.org/thyrocare
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