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Hello Doctor My name is Ashiya, and I have been dealing with subclinical hypothyroidism since I was 6 years old. It all started when I suddenly became very thin during my first grade. Concerned, my parents took me to a doctor who was already treating my mother for her subclinical hypothyroidism. After some blood work, the results showed elevated TSH levels at 10.5, while my T4 and T3 levels were normal. The doctor diagnosed me with hypothyroidism and prescribed thyroxine. Now, at 17, I want to understand more about hypothyroidism. Despite reading numerous articles and watching videos, I'm still unclear about the root causes of my subclinical hypothyroidism. I even don't have Hashimoto's thyroiditis. I've learned that deficiencies in selenium, zinc, copper, magnesium, and vitamin D can lead to subclinical hypothyroidism. My primary concern is whether this condition is permanent. I'm hesitant about taking a tablet every morning for the rest of my life . I would greatly appreciate your time to delve deeper into this condition.There's much to discuss, especially since my sister's TSH levels have recently elevated. We consulted a gynecologist [because my sister was not having her periods and the doctor got her thyroid test and found her TSH levels got elavated] and prescribed her 25 mcg of thyroxine, which I believe was inappropriate as her TSH levels were only at 9. Additionally, the doctor didn't test for antibodies. After 15 days of taking the tablets, my sister experienced throat pain and muscle pains. Now, her recent thyroid test showed a decrease to 8 without any thyroxine. We went to another doctor, who performed a TPO test and discovered that my sister does not have any antibodies. She's now focusing on her diet, incorporating brazil nuts for selenium, brown rice, and other foods rich in zinc, magnesium, and copper, as well as getting adequate sunlight for vitamin D. I'm hopeful that with your guidance, we can normalize her TSH levels and mine too without the need for lifelong medication. Could you please provide me with more information about this condition? Thank you. Sincerely, Ashiya.

Female | 17

Answered on 29th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

75years of age ,from few days feeling too much hot in body ,can't eat anything,if I eat feel like my head wl burst and BP high n low both ,feeling too much restlessness

Male | 75

These might be symptoms of many things such as an infection or not drinking enough fluid. However, there are some things which could help in the meantime: make sure that you drink plenty of water, and get some rest. But if this goes on much longer without any improvement then I would advise seeking medical attention. They can give you proper treatment for whatever is causing all these different problems. 

Answered on 28th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

i am 17 years old and im not sure if ive hit puberty. i have pubic hair but no facial or chest hair, and my penis and testicles have not grown, this is emberassing for me.

Male | 17

It's okay to be upset by the changes in your body in puberty. If there's hair down there, puberty has started. Other things like beards or chest hair might take longer to show up. It's also fine if your penis and testicles are kind of small right now - they grow at different rates for everyone. 

Answered on 29th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

My wife and I are planning to conceive a baby from July. Just wanted which all panchkarma should be done by us as a precautionary measure. my Wife's dad has diabetes.

Male | 31

Panchakarma is a great way to detox the body before getting pregnant. Take all necessary precautions due to your wife’s father being diabetic. Abhyanga (oil massage) and Shirodhara (oil treatment) may be good options for her. These two therapies help lower stress levels and enhance overall health – both vital during pregnancy. Also, seek advice from an Ayurvedic specialist who can provide recommendations based on individual needs and requirements.

Answered on 29th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

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