Thyroid Dysfunction

Thyroid Dysfunction Treatment in Mysore

Thyroid dysfunction is a condition that occurs when the thyroid gland does not produce enough or too much of certain hormones. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not make enough hormones, while hyperthyroidism is when the thyroid gland makes too much of certain hormones. Symptoms of thyroid dysfunction include fatigue, weight gain or loss, changes in appetite, difficulty concentrating, depression, anxiety, irritability, hair loss, and dry skin. Treatment of thyroid dysfunction depends on the type of disorder. Treatment options may include medications, dietary changes, and lifestyle modifications.


The treatment for thyroid dysfunction depends on the type and cause of the dysfunction. Common treatments include lifestyle changes, medications, or surgery. Lifestyle changes may include eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and managing stress. Medications like thyroid hormone replacement therapy and antithyroid drugs may be prescribed to manage thyroid hormone levels. Surgery may be recommended to remove a portion of the thyroid or to remove any tumor or goiter. Thyroid Dysfunction Treatment in Mysore is available at Manipal Hospitals, visit today.


Pre-procedure instructions for those undergoing treatment for thyroid dysfunction may include the following: 

1. Discontinue taking all thyroid medications for at least one week or as advised by your doctor. This is to ensure that no medications interfere with the procedure or the results of the procedure. 

2. Avoid eating for at least 8 hours before the procedure.

3. Inform your doctor of any allergies or medical conditions you may have.

4. Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing and avoid wearing jewelry or metal objects.

5. Arrive at the procedure location early to complete any paperwork or other pre-procedure preparations.

6. Follow any pre-procedure instructions given to you by your doctor, including any dietary restrictions or fasting. 

7. Bring a list of medications you are taking, including supplements or vitamins. 

8. Inform your doctor of any new medications, supplements, or vitamins you have begun taking since your last visit. 

9. Arrange for transportation home as you may feel tired or weak after the procedure.


These are the procedural steps that are advised to be followed.

1. Schedule an appointment with your primary care doctor to discuss your symptoms and any concerns.

2. Your doctor will order laboratory tests to measure thyroid hormone levels in your blood.

3. Depending on the results of the blood tests, your doctor may recommend further tests, such as an ultrasound or a radioactive iodine uptake test.

4. Based on the results of the tests, your doctor will determine whether your thyroid is underactive (hypothyroidism) or overactive (hyperthyroidism).

5. If your thyroid is underactive, your doctor will likely prescribe a thyroid hormone replacement medication. 

6. If your thyroid is overactive, your doctor may recommend a treatment plan that includes medications, radioactive iodine therapy, or surgery to remove part or all of the thyroid gland.

7. Your doctor may also recommend lifestyle changes such as dietary modifications and exercise to help manage your symptoms. 

8. Follow-up appointments will be necessary to monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed.


These are the post-procedural steps that are advised to be followed. 

1. Following the thyroid surgery, the patient should be monitored for any signs of complications, such as bleeding, infection, or airway obstruction.

2. The patient should have regular check-ups to monitor thyroid levels, and changes in thyroid hormone levels should be reported to the doctor.

3. The patient should be monitored for signs of hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, and appropriate treatment should be given if necessary.

4. The patient should be advised to avoid certain foods that may interfere with the absorption of thyroid hormones.

5. The patient should be encouraged to exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet.

6. The patient should be monitored for signs of recurrent thyroid nodules; if any are found, appropriate tests should be performed to determine whether they are benign or malignant.

7. The patient should be monitored for any side effects from the medications used to treat thyroid dysfunction. Book an appointment today at our endocrinology hospital in Mysore.

8. The patient should be advised to avoid exposure to radiation, as this can increase the risk of thyroid cancer.

9. The patient should be monitored for any changes in the size and shape of the thyroid gland. 

10. The patient should be encouraged to seek medical advice if they experience any