hyperthyroidism

Mr Raju age 31 y m .cpmplemts night time head Acha since a week.blood test shows . hyperthyroidism. vitals normal.what treatment is best for Parmanant solutions pl help

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Treatment Several treatments for hyperthyroidism exist. The best approach for you depends on age, physical condition, the underlying cause of the hyperthyroidism, personal preference and the severity of disorder. Possible treatments include: Radioactive iodine. Taken by mouth, radioactive iodine is absorbed by thyroid gland, where it causes the gland to shrink. Symptoms usually subside within several months. Excess radioactive iodine disappears from the body in weeks to months. This treatment may cause thyroid activity to slow enough to be considered underactive (hypothyroidism), and may eventually need to take medication every day to replace thyroxine. Anti-thyroid medications. These medications gradually reduce symptoms of hyperthyroidism by preventing thyroid gland from producing excess amounts of hormones. They include methimazole (Tapazole) and propylithiouracil. Symptoms usually begin to improve within several weeks to months, but treatment with anti-thyroid medications typically continues at least a year and often longer. For some people, this clears up the problem permanently, but other people may experience a relapse. Both drugs can cause serious liver damage, sometimes leading to death. Because propylthiouracil has caused far more cases of liver damage, it generally should be used only when you can't tolerate methimazole. A small number of people who are allergic to these drugs may develop skin rashes, hives, fever or joint pain. They also can make you more susceptible to infection. Beta blockers. Although these drugs are usually used to treat high blood pressure and don't affect thyroid levels, they can ease symptoms of hyperthyroidism, such as a tremor, rapid heart rate and palpitations. For that reason, your doctor may prescribe them to help you feel better until your thyroid levels are closer to normal. These medications generally aren't recommended for people who have asthma, and side effects may include fatigue and sexual dysfunction. Surgery (thyroidectomy). If otherwise can't tolerate anti-thyroid drugs and don't want to or can't have radioactive iodine therapy, you may be a candidate for thyroid surgery, although this is an option in only a few cases. In a thyroidectomy, removes most of thyroid gland. Risks of this surgery include damage to your vocal cords and parathyroid glands — four tiny glands situated on the back of thyroid gland that help control the level of calcium in blood. In addition, need lifelong treatment with levothyroxine (Levoxyl, Synthroid, others) to supply body with normal amounts of thyroid hormone. If your parathyroid glands also are removed, need medication to keep your blood-calcium levels normal.

Kanchanara guggulu Hamsapatyadi kashaya Tiktaka or Mahatiktaka kadha Medohara guggulu

NEED'S.. PPI.. ANALGESICS.. ANXIOLYTIC.. REPEAT..TFT.. AFTER..MONTH..

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Rx Thyroidium 200

How many days ? give this medicine sir how to take ? Any special care he can take or what? Sir
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Kaishorguggul 1bd Kanchanarguggul 1bd, Medoharguggul 1bd, Sutsekhar ras 1bd Arogyvardhani bari 1bd, with warm water, at night Reinhold 1tebal spoon with warm water about 90days.

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Depends upon constitution nd desire nd aversion nd also have complete symptoms finding than a well known medicine to be given for this patient .

Cap thyronil 1BD Cap Nutrich 1BD Choo Amukara 100mg + Annapavala chengurm 2gr + Pavala parpam 3gr / 1gr BD with honey.

जलकुंभी, अश्वगंधा या विभीतकी का पेस्ट ग्वाटर के ऊपर लगाएं। Should give to patient is the best Treat and affectively

Kishore guglu 2-2-2 Ashwagandha churna 3gm BD Cap. M. Thyrocare 2 BD Anulom-vilom pranayam + Kapalbhati

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SUGGESTIVE. OF .. HYPERTHYROIDISM.. NEEDS. ..STANDARD. PROTOCOL

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