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Tsh level more then >150
How i control it my t3 t4 level is normal but tsh is >150 i will take 75 mg of thyroxin But can not control
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Don't be panic for high tsh....follow ayurveda regimens to control tsh. Vaman Virechan Basti treatment of panchakarma helps to restore your metabolism. Kindly read our blog for detail
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Follow panchakarma treatment strict diet daily exercise
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Start crunch diet to restore metabolism.
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It is hypothyroidism and requires a treatment with thyroid hormone replacement. Its a simple pill which you need to consume daily. You must visit an endocrinologist so that appropriate dose can be given according to your weight and other symptoms after detailed check up. Strangely someone with high TSH like 150 will often have no or few symptoms compared with someone who has TSH 3 -10. Someone with TSH 150 at diagnosis will often recover better and quicker than someone with much lower TSH. You can also go for ayurvedic treament. Since it can be effectively managed with initially detoxification therapy followed by internal medications.
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do go for t3 t4 tests
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Avoid taking tinned and salted food items (salted Butter) cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower,soya chunks, etc.
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