I am 37 years old. My weight is 72 kg and height is 5'5". About a month back, my BP was 120/80 mmHg. I do not have any major complaints except for occasional gas or acidity or indigestion. Sometimes there is a sharp pain in the lower portion of legs, especially in the ankle and heels. I am a non-smoker, and I do not drink alcohol. I have taken some blood tests as preventive health checkup. I want a detailed analysis of the test reports with the prescription for any required medicines, lifestyle changes as well as suggested diet plans. Occasionally, I take Rantac 150 and Vitazyme syrup. I am not on any medicine on a regular basis.
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First I would like to appreciate your awareness on the health.
1. TPO (thyroperoxidase) antibodies.
2. Free T4 levels.
1. I suggest you take Calcium-vitamin D3 tablet once a day in the afternoon. Please consult a specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and take medicine with consent.
2. Regular physical activity.
3. Diet plan as advised.
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