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Have weight increasing on daily basis. Have hyperthyroidism. How to reduce weight?

hi sir, My name is soumya.I m 27 years old.During the last two years my body weight was increasing on daily basis.Then by consulting a doctor,he instructed me to have blood analysis and found that i have hyperthyroidism .Now i have gained weight from 59 to 69 during these 2 yrs.I m really worried by weight gain .Sir,can u tell me the possibilities by which i could decrease my weight back to 59.Thanking you in advance for your valuable advice.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Your weight is increasing and yet diagnosis of Hyperthyroidism it is unusual,commonly with good appetite hyperthyroid patient lose weight.
You have gained weight almost 10 kg, you should visit Physician/Endocrinologist to reassess the cause of weight gain and also review what drugs you are taking and have you done repeat Thyroid function test.
There is possibility if you are taking Antithyroid drug continuously without proper monitoring in fact you may have developed Hypothyroidism.
Other possibility is excess calories consumption and less physical work and last is some other hormonal or metabolic problem.
After examination and proper investigation once cause id detected it can be treated accordingly.
Please take care
Good Luck.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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