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Hypothyroidism

1.) What is the relation of Alkaline Phosphate , CRP reports with Thyroid Functional Reports? 2.)Can anybody explain what does Alkaline phosphate and highly reactive protein being more than required indicate? 3.) What's the effect of triphala, gandhmala and shoth tablets on all the above problems? 4.) What are the side effects of constant Thyroxcine tablet intake? 5.) Why people are so much negligent about thyroid problems?
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Human physiology and pathology is still to get more things so plz rely on ur consultant's opinion have faith in ur Dr!! Hope u'll draw benefit with Holistic Ayurveda Approach and Exercise, sure a bit of DETOX n Rasayan Therapy will work better for you. Its not only thyroid human almost land in health and fitness crises and then cries for negligence..
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Sharath Kumar K N Mandya | General Physician
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Hello, C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is used to test for infections as well as for inflammatory and neoplastic diseases. Progressive increases correlate with increases of inflammation/injury. CRP can be used to detect early postoperative wound infection and also to follow therapeutic responses to anti inflammatory agents. Elevated alkaline phosphatase is associated with numerous signs and symptoms. Alkaline phosphatase is a group of isoenzymes that originate in your bone, liver, intestines, skin and placenta. Iam going to mention some of the conditions that may elevate the alkaline phosphatase: biliary obstruction, rickets (disorder that affects your bones, causing them to become soft and fracture easily), liver cirrhosis. If a high level of alkaline phosphatase is found, further lab studies are needed to see if the elevated levels are coming from the liver or from bone. Blockage of the liver bile ducts and a condition called primary biliary cirrhosis can also cause an elevated alkaline phosphatase level, as can gallbladder disease. L-throxine is only medicine available to treat hypothyroidism and if taken in proper dosage, has very minimal side effects that could be negligible and this tablet can be taken lifelong with hardly detectable side-effect. Avoid taking other forms of Medicine like thripala, continue any one form of Medicine.
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