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Weight gain, headache, bloating, stomach pain. Gall bladder removed. Family history of thyroid problem. Advice?

hi, i am 38, female, have noticed some weight gain in the last month, headaches the last week, bloating and stomach pain, have had my gallbladder removed 3 yrs ago, notice that i get anxiety, short fused, can have a bout of energy then crash, tired, stressed, diabetes and thyroid issues are in the family but I am also curious about lack of iron
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Your symptoms could be an indication for anaemia,hypothyroidism and diabetes.
Consult your doctor and get yourself investigated for these.
In addition get tested for VIT D and VIT B12 as well.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
Thanks for query.
Bloating and stomach pain is most likely due to dyspepsia.
I would suggest certain investigations like cbc,fbs,ppbs,sgpt,thyroid profile to confirm the diagnosis.
You have to keep regular follow up for diabetes and thyroid because of strong family history.
Start rebeprazole,pentoprazole/domperidon for stomach pain.
B12,hemitinics,calcium,d3,minerals to boost up your general health.
Avoid stress,oily,spicy food.Drink more water,fruit juices,salads,soups and sprouts.Take more fiber diet to avoid recurrent stomach disturbance.
Start exercise,yoga,swimming,cycling regularly.
Consult your physician for better guidance and proper medical management.

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