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HHHYU, 27 July 2017 10:43

I am 66 years old female married, i am diagnosed for thyroid T3 Normal range......T4 normal Range.....UTSH 6.82uIU/ml.....What Ayurveda Medicine Should i take please Reply.....Suffering from high blood pressure it is normal by taking Allopathy tablets......

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Normal T3 or T4 results with an elevated TSH suggests hypothyroidism. There will be symptoms like weight gain, tiredness, constipation or hair loss. It can vary based on your body constitution or age. The thyroid function test can be repeated after 6months.

Ayurvedic medicines like Varunadi kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice dialy and Thyrocon for thyroid disorders can be taken for a month and reviewed.

Include flax seeds, whole grains, iodised salt, drum stick leaves, cinnamon, bottle gourd, pomegranate, green tea and horse gram. Reduce excess use of broccoli, cabbage, turnip, peaches, mustard greens, radish, peas and soya. It can be used sparingly due to the health benefits. Yogasanas like navasana, balasana, assisted sarvangasana, balasana, pavanamuktasana, halasana, matsyasana and shalabhasana are beneficial.

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posted by Dr.Ramani on 28 July 2017 15:33

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