1st time TB in 1997
Brain surgery done by : Dr. S N Bhagawati
In Bombay hospital.
2 nd time TB in 2012
Surgery done in :15 /11/2012
By Dr. K. B Kapadiya
Surgery :Thoracospic Decortication
Medicine taken :
Course of 2 years completed.
At present I am normal. Everything is fine
My weight Gained by 89 K G.
Uric acid = 8.1
Total cholesterol =207
HDL cholesterol Direct = 35
LDL Cholesterol Direct =139
Triglycerides = 125
TC /HDL Cholesterol Ratio =5.8
LDL /HDL Ratio =3.9
VLDL Cholesterol =25
Now my family doctor told that...
To join gym. & loss weight approx. 17 KG in time period of next 2 year.
Kindly suggest me.
as per your opinion.
...Should I reduce my weight by 17 KG. or not.???
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Ideally you should lose weight to get more active and young.. You have mentioned your past illness is not related to your weight.. I would like to suggest you the same as in obese patient a lot of new problem like High Blood Pressure, diabetes, low backache, reduced working capacity etc occurs. You must get your thyroid function test done and share report to me. Rest avoid fatty meal, sweets. For meal advice consult a dietitian. He/She will plan according to your food habit..
Your BMI as per your height and weight is 29.9 which is borderline obese. You need to get your body composition done which will tell you your fat percentage. You need to lose the fat. There may not be a significant loss in weight but as long as your fat percentage is decreasing you are doing fine. You should focus on fat loss instead of weight loss. Have a high protein diet multivitamins exercise regularly and monitor your body composition.
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