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What were the normal limits of B12 and D3 mentioned? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 20-Jul-2014
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User:would like to narrate my report
Please proceed with your query
User:can you please expalin the same
User:B12 171
User:D3 9.9
User:TSH 4.75
Doctor:What were the normal limits
Doctor:for B12 and D3 mentioned
Doctor:in the report
User:Normal limits are
User:b12 187-883
User:deficient <10
Doctor:Do you have any problem? Why did you get these tests in the first place?
User:Company tests
User:and i got this done as an addition coz of pcos
User:there are other reports aswell
Doctor:Ok I think you should stop worrying about these tests
Doctor:There are hardly any real findings
Doctor:that should be concerned about
Doctor:Your tests are within normal limits
User:but thyroid?
Doctor:with no symptoms I would not advise treatment
User:and vitamin deficiencies?
User:i am having weight gain
User:77kgs i am with 7.7 height
Doctor:are you sure about the height
User:7.5 is my height
User:no sorryyyy
User:its 5.7
Doctor:ok you are overweight by 10 mg
Doctor:Do you take thyroid supplements
Doctor:Do you have family history of thryoid disease?
User:i have just started with glycomet
User:diabities yes
Doctor:Ok I do not think about thyroid for now
Doctor:but hormonal imbalance leads to PCOS
Doctor:over weightedness
Doctor:PCOS is complex metabolic and hormonal imbalance
Doctor:The best thing for you now is to try to lose weight
Doctor:Glycomet is the best drug now
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