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1) Results of blood test on 5th Sep. 2013:- T3=1.25, T4=7.99, TSH=10.41, Uric acid=8.2, Creatinine=1.1, Cholestrol, sugar etc. normal. 2) Results of blood test on 11th June 2012:- T3=1.1, T4=7.52, TSH=10.29, Uric acid=7, Creatinine=1, Cholestrol, sugar etc. normal. 3) Results of blood test on 6th Aug. 2011:- Uric acid=6, Creatinine=1, Choletrsol, sugar etc. normal. No thyriod function test done. 4) Self weight for last 3 yrs. around 80 Kg. Taking medicines for hypertension. 5) Feeling pain in left hip joint. X-ray normal. 6) Feeling fatigued. 7) Ortho doctor advised me to consult physician for increased TSH & uric acid. 6) Kindly advise if any medication etc.
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Looks like hypothyroidism that likely needs treatment.
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Thanks for your advice. I have been taking the following tablets for hypertension: Morning - Olmesartan (H) 40mg, Metoprolol Succinate Extended Release 25mg; Evening - Olmesartan 40mg, Metoprolol Succinate Extended Release 25mg.
Now, I have been further prescribed for 30 days, which I have started taking: Eltroxin 25mg empty stomach & Zyloric 100mg after breakfast. Kindly advise further.
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Since my blood pressure was not remaining normal quite often during last 18 months in spite of the medication, the medicine for hypertension has now been changed: Olmesartan 40 mg, Metoprolol Succinate 12.5 mg, Chlorthalidone 6.25 mg & Amlodipine 2.5 mg. I am to continue Eltroxin & Zyloric. Seeking your valuable suggestion.
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In continuation, it is mentioned that my weight is 83 kg and height is 165 cm.
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