My friend is having thyriod problem and ahe got married 4 months before'the TSH level is increasing inconsistent order for her like some time .05 sometime 2.0 sometimes 4.5..she is consulting doctor regularly and taking prescribed dosage also..
This kind of thyroid will affect her pregnency??
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Hormonal imbalance may effect in conception. First the rout cause of metabolic disturbance due to which there is imbalance in thyroid Hormones. Lifestyle modifications are needed. Also detoxification through paanchakarma treatment is suggested. Do consult nearest ayurveda doctor.
Thyroid gland is the major endocrine gland in our body. Most of the metabolism are controlled by thyroid hormones. Hypothyroidism can be caused by different reasons like Thyroiditis , after thyroid surgery, after effects of some medications ,iodine deficiency etc. Low levels of thyroid hormone will affect ovulation and it will leads to infertility. Blood cholesterol level also will increase. Hypothyroidism is curable by Ayurvedic medicines. Take varanadi kashayam ,Ayaskriti ,Kanchanara gulggulu for six months. Do Sarvangasanam ,seershasanam.
There are lots of diseases having symptoms same as hypothyroidism are mentioned in ayurveda and can be completely cured by Ayurvedic treatment. Patient first need to be diagnosed properly by ayurveda consultant.
Here are some tips which can improve the function of thyroid gland and regulates the secretions of thyroid hormones:
1) Apply the paste of flax seeds made in water and coconut oil over neck region..
2) Do pranayam daily such as anulom-vilom, ujjayi pranayam..
3) yogasanas such as sarvangasana, halasana..
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