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I hv recently tested my thyroid . The result was T3 is 2.12 T4is 10.95 and TSH is 0.18 What medicine I have to take for it ?
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Why you have tested your thyroid?.. due to some illness? There are certain things that may alter your thyroid status??? R u loosing weight?? What the problem??
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repeat your thyroid status after 15 days
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don't eat any seafood... eat iodine rich food even iodised salt ..
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Your thyroid tests show hyperthyroidism or overactive thyroid. There are 2 kinds of medicine that is used to treat hyperthyroidism. One decreases thyroid hormone production and other controls heart rate/ anxiety, Choice of medicine depends on your symptoms , cause of hyperthyroidism and whether or not you are planning pregnancy.
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Please consult online to discuss your symptoms, and choice of medication, as well as it’s side effects
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