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Thyroid problem
Hello My thyroid is 4.88 and the normal range given by the test center in .35-5.50. Should I start any medication to control this or should I take any precautions in my food habits. Thanks Kanika
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Normal. Take nirmal diet.
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There is no need of Thyroid Medicine if it's first time test
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if taking any medicine for Thyroid then should continue same
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Your tsh is normal. Don't be paranoid.
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