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Diet plans for one with hypothyroidism post delivery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Sir I am XXX, 30 yr old Married female
Doctor :   I am Dr. XXX
User :   Hypothyroid Patient, After 6months of delivery of my first baby, I got it ( rrealized)
User :   TSH was more than 200 and started medication, Thyroxine 100ug,
Doctor :   ok
User :   now TSH is normal
Doctor :   very good
User :   Shall I can take Iodized salt
Doctor :   yes
User :   Any other food control?
User :   cos my weight is incresing slowly
Doctor :   Yes
User :   before 68 to now 63 within 3months
Doctor :   You have to follow very good diet
Doctor :   and importantly it should be properly planned
User :   How?
Doctor :   Non thyroidogenic, low fat and low cholesterol
Doctor :   You can take the help of a Dietitian
Doctor :   Diet and exercisse are very important
Doctor :   and I guess you are getting the Lipid profile and BP , sugar check done once in 3 months
Doctor :   what is your age?
Doctor :   Ok you said it as 30 yr
Doctor :   are you there?
Doctor :   I have to close the window as you are not responding
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