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What food should and should not be eaten by thyroid patient ?

what food should i avoid in thyroid problem n wht shld i go for?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello junmoni;
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If you have missed periods then you need to confirm whether you are pregnant and if yes then you should consult a Gynaecologist for examination and treatment she will prescribe you the necessary medicines.Please consult after doing the urine pregnancy test.
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OBGYN Dr. Reji. D's  Response
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first cofirme that you are pregnant with hpt.if pregnant then consult a good endocrinologist and titrate your thyroxine dosage so that your tsh value should be b/n 1to 2.5 it is ideal for a risk free pregnancy .current value is high so you have to take more thyroxine
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