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Tsh level increase to 5.39 .
Sir my tsh level increase to 5.39.and cholesterol shows 207 level triglycerides 265 LDL 107.VLDL cholesterol-53.HDL-49
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Need to change some lifestyle habits along with Homoeopathic medicines and you will be fine.
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Your TSH level is on the higher range of normal. No need to take medicines for it currently but repeat the test after 3 months. Your cholesterol and triglyceride levels are out of range, higher than normal. For that you require medicines along with a good diet plan. 1. Reduce your intake of fat rich food, fried food like samosas and fries. 2. Reduce intake of fat rich dairy products like cheese and butter. Switch to toned milk or cow's milk. 3. Consume walnuts and roasted flax seed regularly as they increase your HDL levels.
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Homoeopathic treatment can permanently cure the problem rapidly effectively and efficiently without any side effects
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Tsh level is abit border line. You can control it with proper diet and timely food. Avoid oil and junk food. Work outs for 30minutes daily
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Hello, there is deficiency of Thyroid Hormone secretion & it is borderline & nothing to worry. There is Dyslipidemia- with increased triglycerides. It is better to take Homoeopathic medicines along with lifestyle & dietary changes. Homoeopathy medicines can permanently cure Hypothyroidism. To know more & for any other concern you can call or reach us online.
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You have got hypothyroidism Hypercholesterolemia
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needed online consultation
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avoid hormones triggering foods avoid fried foods
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Are under any previous medication. Hypothyroidism is borderline. Cholesterol levels need medication. Homeopathy is safe n along with it , u need healthy diet. U can take online consultation for further guidance.
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Hi TSH  is mildly  increased Just  repeat test after 3 months Cholesterol and  TG  also  increased It may need treatment
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Your reports are normal. Nothing to be worried about. 5.39 is not to be considered. Medicine is only required after level on 8 or 9. Cholesterol is also fine. Only medication is required to reduce triglycerides.
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Reduce oily and fried food. Drink plenty of water. start Medicine for TG
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Consult me online for treatment plan and further information
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Hi,it's hypothyroidism with hypercholesterolemia homeopathic constitutional medicine will be safe and effective
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chat online for further guidance thankyou
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avoid maida items
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