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What diet should someone with hypothyroid follow ? Avoid what foods?

What diet should someone with hypothyroid follow ? Avoid what foods?

Iodine good.: foods from the sea have iodine good. ones that bind up iodine bad (these are all the healthy broccoli family foods like broccoli, kale, cabbage). Just have more good than bad and don't do silly amounts of either ...Read more

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Dr. Su Fairchild
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Hypothyroidism (Definition)

The thyroid gland is an endocrine organ located in the front part of the neck. Its role is to make thyroid hormones, which control the way cells use energy. Hyperthyroidism results when the thyroid gland is overactive and too much thyroid hormone is produced, which speeds up metabolism. This results in weight loss, a quick heartbeat, sweating, nervousness, ...Read more


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Hypothyroidism. Been irregular with thyroid meds. Was taking 100mcg. Now TSH is o.o2. What do i do? How long till levels normalise?

Hypothyroidism. Been irregular with thyroid meds. Was taking 100mcg. Now TSH is o.o2. What do i do? How long till levels normalise?

Consult doctor: Since treatment with thyroid medication is a life-long issue, you should work closely with your doctor to find the appropriate dose. You may need to reduce the dose, but you should not do that without consulting your doctor. ...Read more

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What role does ft3 play in the consumption/transportation of oxygen to the mitochondria?

What role does ft3 play in the consumption/transportation of oxygen to the mitochondria?

Thyroxine: Mitochondrial biogenesis and respiration, dna transcription are governed by free t3 (liothyronine). Prevents ischemic cardiac remodelling in studies on rats. ...Read more

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Can decreased peripheral vision be caused by hypothyroidism?

Can decreased peripheral vision be caused by hypothyroidism?

Not usually: I would look for other potential causes and see a good eye doctor first before attributing it to hypothyroidism. ...Read more

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Taking Thyronorm 25 mcg tablet for hypothyroid ( TSH 5.5) after taking my urine output decreased why?

Taking  Thyronorm  25  mcg  tablet for hypothyroid (  TSH  5.5) after taking my urine output decreased why?

There is: no "connection" I know of between your thyroid replacement treatment and your urine output! Hope this is helpful and that I understand your question! Dr Z ...Read more

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I am hypothyroid and my TSH is 0.01 my T4 is 17 ( reference range 9 - 22 ) my resting pulse is 60 , do I need my thyroxine increased or decreased?

I am hypothyroid and my TSH is 0.01 my T4 is 17 ( reference range 9 - 22 )  my resting pulse is 60 , do I need my thyroxine increased  or decreased?

Decreased: The TSH is low, indicating that you are on too much thyroid hormone. While taking thyroid hormone, the T4 level is only useful if the TSH is abnormal, to help gauge how far off the level is. Since your T4 is in the normal range, you should not need a large change in dose, just decreased by around 12.5-25 mcg daily, then recheck levels after 6 weeks. ...Read more

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How severe can hypothyroid symptoms be?

How severe can hypothyroid symptoms be?

Big spectrum: Thyroid hormones are some of the most important hormones in the body. People with low thyroid cane experience symptoms of: fatigue, sensitive to cold, dry skin, constipation, hoarse voice, weight gain, high cholesterol, muscle ache/weakness, joint pain, heavy periods, brittle nails/hair, depression... In severe cases, especially in the older population, hypothyroidism can lead to a coma/death. ...Read more

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Best time to have hypothyroid medicine ?

Best time to have hypothyroid medicine ?

Thyroid: It is best to take it in the morning on an empty stomach and wait 1 hour before eating. ...Read more

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Can a person develop a hypothyroid after being strangled or chocked?

Can a person develop a  hypothyroid after being strangled or chocked?

Unclear: There is medical literature that supports development of hypothyroid after significant trauma. The current thought is that this is due to injury to the head rather than the thyroid itself, however, that has not been proven conclusively. Thus, transient direct trauma to the thyroid is not yet conclusively associated with an increased in thyroid disease. ...Read more

Dr. Scott Bolhack
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Oxygen (Definition)

Oxygen is a gas that the cells in your body need to work properly. The air we breathe normally has 21% oxygen. A maximum of 100% oxygen can be given. Babies with heart or lung problems may need ...Read more