Quick Thyroweight detection

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Detecting Thyroweight is now just a Step Away

Detecting Thyroweight is now just a Step Away

Thyroid and Weight Gain
Quick Thyroweight detection

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Detecting Thyroweight is now just a Step Away

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Detecting thyroweight is now just a step away

Did you know that a majority of those who may be suffering from thyroid disorders are not even aware that they have a health problem at hand?

One of the biggest reasons for this is that it is very easy to confuse the symptoms of thyroid condition with other simpler health issues you might be going through. For instance, if you feel tired all the time, you may be attributing it to long work hours and a stressful lifestyle. But did you know that feeling tired all the time is actually one of the most common symptoms of a thyroid disorder?

Detecting thyroid disorders is easy

You can use a basic procedure to detect whether or not you have a thyroid condition. In fact, it is an easy procedure with minimal pain and your doctor can easily guide you about it. The first step to move towards your diagnosis process is to check with your doctor and see what you should do. This will let you proceed with the treatment depending on what your doctor suggests. Don’t wait for the symptoms to get severe, but check with your doctor now.

Do you have thyroid disorder? Spot the symptoms

We all have a thyroid gland, but when it does not perform the way it is supposed to, it could be a thyroid disorder. If you spot the symptoms early, you and your doctor can start a treatment plan.

  • Some women notice changes in their menstrual cycle, such as longer or heavier periods in case of hypothyroidism, or scanty menstrual flow in case of hyperthyroidism.
  • Feeling nervous and tired, not being able to think clearly or being confused, gaining or losing weight without any change in your lifestyle, feeling cold or too hot and experiencing some aches and pains in your muscles are also common signs of a thyroid disorder.

Thyroid profile test can help

There are different tests that will help your doctor to detect whether or not you have a thyroid disorder. The thyroid function tests comprise of a series of blood tests that will check how your thyroid gland is working. Some of the tests are the TSH, T4 and T3.

If you are taking other medicines or are pregnant, or are trying to conceive, make sure you inform your doctor about the same.

Early detection means faster treatment

Doing the tests will help your doctor detect it early and start your treatment. This will help you manage the condition better. So don’t wait and reach out to your doctor today!

 

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"Early Detection will help manage the condition better. So don’t wait and reach out to your doctor today!"

References

  1. Burch HB. Overview of the Clinical Manifestations of Thyrotoxicosis. In: Werner’s & Ingber’s The Thyroid. 10th Ed. 2013
  2. McDermott MT. Overview of The Clinical Manifestations of Hypothyroidism. In: Werner’s & Ingber’s The Thyroid. 10th Ed. 2013
  3. Joshi SR. Thyro-weight: Unlocking the link between Thyroid disorders and weight. J Assoc Phys India. 2018;66:86-89