Q. How to cure multiple long term metabolic disorders?

Answered by
Dr. Yogesh Chavan
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Aug 13, 2022

Hello doctor,

I am a 42-year-old male suffering from hypertension and hypothyroidism for 14 years and diabetes for 12 years. I have been suffering from fatty liver for two years and weak urine flow for the last year. I am also experiencing mild pain in my testis over the previous two months and a problem with frequent urination. Currently, I am on Triglimeprex, Thyronorm, Telma 40, Valera 5, Metformin SR 500, Prostamet, and ayurvedic Omega 3.



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I just reviewed your health query and all the uploaded reports (the attachments have been removed to protect the patient's identity). You are suffering from multiple conditions, and an autoimmune thyroid issue may cause multiple symptoms related to metabolism. Your weight is also one of the concerns. Excess fat accumulation in the liver due to slow metabolism causes fatty liver. You need to modify your lifestyle, and some ayurvedic medicine can improve your symptoms and quality of life. Diabetes, hypertension, and autoimmune thyroid issues are very hard to cure, so they can be managed to keep the symptoms in control, and there will be no side effects. But your fatty liver, lumbar spine, and urinary tract symptoms can be cured with ayurvedic medicine. Provide detailed information about:

1) Symptoms you are currently experiencing?

2) Any family history of diabetes, thyroid issue, and hypertension?

3) Your lifestyle, diet pattern, timings, and exercise?

Book a video consultation for medical prescriptions and provide information about the above questions. Meanwhile, avoid oily, spicy, and preserved food, bakery products, maida (refined flour), and fermented food like idli dosa. Avoid day sleeping and late-night sleeping. Take a water intake of three liters per day. Take 7 to 8 hours of sound sleep at night. Avoid eating curd, chana (gram) legume, rajma (red kidney beans), potato, rice, sugar, and cold food. Take a fresh, warm, and easy-to-digest diet at a regular time. Try to reduce weight. Take lunch between 12 to 1 pm and dinner around 7 pm. Incorporating walking for 1 hour or 6 kilometers daily is necessary.

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