Hello dear readers
First of all i wanna thank you all who wants to help me.
I am 21 years old
My weight 86 KG
I have been always depressed having lots of problems inside family with out any solution that depressed me since i was a kidd till now. And i also workout everyday i did all hard exercises including MMA (mixed martial arts) which has the highest tough and hard exercise and workout but i could not lose my weight and i also think that this belongs to TSH and maybe my TSH becomes from being depressed and having stress and i want to how can i prevent this and does it belong to my sexual weakness?
I was depressed but since i found out about TSH i cant even stop thinking about this and having thousands of questions but no one to tell me whats going and what to do
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replied September 12th, 2017
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. Losing weight in a hypothyroid patient is very difficult and a challenge. A challenge you have to accept . It is a slow and steady process. Main aim would be to bring your thyroid levels back to normal levels. Once they are in euthyroid state , you will be able to have a better control on your weight and other important thing is to restrict your caloric intake. Do not take more than 1500 calories a day at any cost . Stick to a protein rich diet, avoid carbohydrates , prefer cereals and exercise for at least one hour everyday. Sign up for an FDA approved weight loss program and let them help. You should not lose more than 30 pounds in no less than 12 weeks and then maintain that weight for another 6 months before trying further weight loss . This is an ideal way to lose weight . I hope it helps .Consult your weight loss consultants and let them help you further in this regard . Good luck.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan
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