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Can You Have Liposuction If You Have A Hypothyroid Condition
Liposuction surgery involves the use of hollow cannulas and suction devices used to remove adipose tissue; should not feel anything when the procedure is performed. Indicated for patients at their long-term stable weight, who present with diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue of localized areas with good quality overlying skin. Not substitute for diet and exercise or ...Read more
Do I have to be in good physical condition to qualify for tumescent liposuction? Do I have to be fit and in good cardiovascular shape to qualify for tumescent liposuction, or are sedentary people able to have it done as well? .
Have graves' disease as a result put on weight, I went to Africa to see whether I can get a liposuction, would it be safe to do it with the illness?
Be careful: I would advise against both your statements. You should see a local plastic surgeon for better advice and should stay local. Do not bargain with your health. Your car probably cost three or four times the lipo and will only be good for 5 - 10 years. Your lipo will be good for life. Now on the weigh gain and lipo, this is not for weight loss. Lipo is for contouring. Treat the graves, first. ...Read more
Depends: Since you say you are hypothyroid, I assume you are taking daily thyroid & get tested occasionally to see if your meds are doing their job. If not, get tested & if still showing hypothyroid your meds should be adjusted. Constipation is a sign of hypothyroidism. That said, if your numbers are normal you are like anyone else with the problem. Daily scheduled emptying & increased fiber help most. ...Read more
Impaired mental activity, including problems with concentration & memory. Depression. Chronic fatigue.
Difficulty concentrating.Sensitivity to cold
Weight gain, despite diminished appetite.Constipation. Early puberty. Menstrual irregularities. Hearing loss. Husky voice. Skin & hair changes (pale, rough, dry skin, less sweat, hair coarsens, brittle nails). Serious enough. ...Read more
Many factors: There are formulas that some people use to calculate a dose. I do not find them useful, however. Older people and small people need less, you need to go slow with buildup in people with heart disease, other factors. In a 30 yo healthy woman of normal size, I would probably start with 75 - 100 mcg/day, which is prob slightly low, then get a TSH in 6 weeks and make a dose adjustment. ...Read more
The usual way: Burn more calories than you take in. Make sure your thyroid levels are right, usually TSH between lower limit of normal and 3 is best. Exercise program that is 50/50 weights & cardio/aerobic activity is better than either activity alone. Eat high-fiber foods, limit snacks, drink plenty of water, and get 8 hr sleep will help you stick w/ your program. Good luck! ...Read more
First see your endocrinologist to make sure your thyroid hormone level is now normal after taking synthroid (thyroxine).
Look into every thing you eat especially seemingly small snacks these little 100cal snacks can add up quickly
Avoid fried foods, cakes hi carb meals like bagels white breads and pastas.
Look into you daily cal intake, it should be between 1500-2000cal a day ...Read more
Yes: Hi. I will assume that your hypothyroidism is treated and that on treatment, you have normal thyroid function. That condition is not an impediment to conceiving and successfully carrying a pregnancy to term. Your profile says your 48 years old,,, THAT is the elephant in the room! Menopause will DEFINITELY keep you from having kids! ...Read more
Basically the same thing hypothyroidism. The simple primary hypothyroidism is failure of the thyroid gland
Hashimotos is an autoimmune condition where the thyroid is being attacked by your immune system. Its a more severe condition because it is auto immune but the treatment is almost the same ...Read more
Generally when treating hypothyroidism, do you lose the weight you put on from having the condition?
Yes but not much: A lot of women blame thyroid for weight but it is not responsible for large weight gain or loss. I have seen wide variety of response in that zero weight loss to 50 pounds plus wt loss from the medication. Usually 0 to 2 pounds is all you get. Diet is the most important factor. ...Read more
I have hypothyroidism. What tests can be done to find what actually caused of this condition to occur?
I was currently on weight watchers but didn't lose much weight. Recently found out that I have hypothyroid disease?
Treat hypothyroidism: If you were properly diagnosed with hypothyroidism, this will make it more difficult to lose weight unless your thyroid levels are made normal. You would need to be on thyroid hormone to correct low thyroid. However, you will still likely need to be careful with your diet and do aerobic exercise to lose weight and keep it off. ...Read more
Have hypothyroidism. Recived preskription Circadin. Start today. The leaflet say not recommended & not to be eaten with autommun disease. What 2 do?
It's OK: Hi. As an endocrinologist and autoimmune disease doc, I can't for the life of me think why the leaflet says not to take if you have autoimmune disease. Melatonin is fine taken with MANY autoimmune diseases, and hasn't been studied for safety (or unsafety) with ANY. Go for it. Sleep tight and sweet dreams! ...Read more
You can have problems with they thyroid making too much or too little thyroid hormone. You can also have problems with it being too large (goiter) of having nodules or cysts in it. There are also occasional thyroid cancers. Most thyroid problems can be easily diagnosed and treated by a qualified doctor.
Hypothyroidism is only one form of thyroid disorder. ...Read more
Why?: Hypothyroidism is always treatable. I happen to be so. It is a problem that 8percent of the population deals with. Oncedxed, non-problem. While I respect food choices, a vegetarian lifestyle is one I cannot endorse. It is a social & psychological decision. Humans have never been vegetarians! ...Read more
Is hypothyroidism a dangerous (even life threatening) condition? What can happen if left untreated?
Yes: Often mild hypothyroidism, which is more common as you get older, can go unchecked for a long time--months to years. Severe hypothyroidism is another story--medically known as myxedema coma --it is a rare but life-threatening condition. Hypothyroidism is easy tested and treated, thus check with your doctor... ...Read more
Connective tissue disease: test for sjogren's (blood & sialogram) autoimmune thyroid,
explore with your doctor : omeoprazole & Erythromycin & domperidone. Botox injections into pylorus muscle for stomach pain and nausea.
Avoid raw veggies, grind food up when things are very bad.
There does not need to be one primary autoimmune disorder. ...Read more
No evidence: There is no evidence to suggest that a low glycemic index diet will help hypothyroid disease. Taking enough thyroid hormone to get thyroid levels into the normal range is the best treatment for hypothyroidism. However, a low GI diet may help someone lose weight and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. ...Read more
Different disease: They are very different. Hypothyroidism is an endocrine/ metabolic disease, often caused by an autoimmune condition called hashimoto's thyroiditis. Raynaud's is a vasospastic condition sometimes from autoimmune illness like lupus. What they share is trouble with cold. Raynaud's have very poor reactions to cold, spasms in blood vessels. Low thyroid also causes cold intolerance, by low metabolism. ...Read more
It's your business: You're seriously sick -- if you have real Addison's and are also hypothyroid, you probably have Schmidt's. You've got a duty to yourself and those who love you to learn how you body really works -- and educate yourself enough to be able to see through health frauds like "Serrapeptase". It won't touch your endocrine illness and if you stop your evidence-based regimen, that mistake could kill you. ...Read more
Yes: 1 in 3 patients with hashimoto's thyroiditis have sensitivity to gluten. I generally suggest that all patients with autoimmune disease avoid gluten in the diet as it may be a trigger to leaky gut and autoimmune disease, like hashimoto's. Here's more on the topic http://doccarnahan. Blogspot. Com/2012/04/leaky-gut-syndrome-linked-to-many. Html. ...Read more
What to do if I'm just curious if there is a difference between hypothyroid and hashimoto's disease?
The cause/trigger: Hypothyroidism is the term used for low thyroid function leading to fatigue, poor metabolism, weight gain, depression, pain, and more. Hashimoto's refers to an attack of the thyroid by your immune system, which may initially cause HYPER symptoms and then HYPO symptoms thus often causing a "rollercoaster' of symptoms. Have your thyroglobulin and thyroid peroxidase antibodies checked to find out. ...Read more
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