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I was first 62 kg weight I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism .doctor put me under medication after 6months my weight is now 57kg weight nd I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism then I am with thyrowel capsules medication. I lost almost 5kg weight. But I didn't do my thyroid test
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Thyrowel is just a multivitamin like suppliment. You just need to stop anti thyroid medications (neo mercazole/ carbimazol) and hypothyroid will again come to euthyroid state. Get your TSH free T4 test done It takes around 6 to 8 weeks for TSH to reflect change after stopping anti thyroid medication.
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This is very common condition so don't worry. But please consult your doctor for dose management.
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Hyperthyroidism can cause a significant weight loss which one usually recovers after medications. If you are experiencing weight loss again, get your tsh levels checked. Apart from hyperthyroidism, other condition like some underlying infections , diabetes, dietary changes etc. can also cause loss of weight.
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