I am a 38 year old woman, not long ago I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease (auto immune) which turned out to be a symptom of hypothyroidism. And until now I still experience it because the doctor did not give me any medication. What kind of treatment can I give because the symptoms I am experiencing are getting longer Increasingly, thank you
From the information you have conveyed, in patients with Hashimoto's disease, which is an autoimmune disease that has implications for the thyroid gland. Complaints that are often experienced can include:
1. dry skin
2. Cholesterol increases
3. depression or anxiety
5. thin hair
6. Menstrual disorders
In general, not all patients with Hashimoto's disease require special treatment. The results of the doctor's examination and the results of supporting laboratory tests will help determine your clinical condition and the treatment plan that can be given.
However, periodic evaluation of Hashimoto's disease is necessary to determine the function of your thyroid gland in your body system. So discuss with your doctor for an evaluation plan and a possible treatment plan.
During the observation period, maintain your stamina, and avoid physical fatigue, avoid sleeping late at night, avoid stress. Do regular exercise to help boost your immune system.
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