What is a normal TSH level for a woman?
0.4 to 4.0
Yes, hypothyroidism can cause nail infection, vertical white ridges on the nails, nail splitting, brittle nails, slow nail growth, and nails lifting up.
Using hand mirror,watch your throat as you swallow, you should be looking at any buldge or protrusions in thyroid area (Front of the neck below Adam's apple)
No, it is a condition for lifetime but it can be easily managed with proper diet, regular medications and doctor's follow ups.
Tofu, cabbage , broccoli, kale , cauliflower , spinach, sweet potato, peaches, strawberry, millets, soy food and peanuts