Thyroid Treatment in Pune

Thyroid is a small gland, similar to a butterfly, situated in the lower part of the neck. The primary objective of this gland is to secrete hormones such as tri-iodothyronine, abbreviated as T3, and thyroxin, abbreviated as T4. These thyroid hormones provide energy to cells of the body and are one of the most important hormones to control the body’s metabolism. The most common thyroid problems include Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidsim.

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What is Thyroid?

Every individual body part requires a specific level of these hormones to evenly regulate the total energy. Any change in these hormone levels negatively impacts different organs and their functions.

Thyroid disease is the onset of an imbalance in the production of thyroid hormones caused due to various reasons. The imbalance can occur in two ways which also defines the two types of thyroid disease.


If the thyroid gland produces an excess of T3 and T4 hormones, the organs associated with them work abnormally fast. Considering the example mentioned above, it may increase your heart rate or burn more calories, leading to unwanted weight loss.


If the thyroid gland produces fewer T3 and T4 hormones than required, the associated body parts also slow down their functions. These reduced hormone levels can lead to a reduced heart rate and a slower metabolism which causes weight gain. This thyroid response is known as hypothyroidism

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We offer various services like physician consultaion, diabetes care, thyroid clinic etc.

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How is Thyroid Treated?

There are several blood tests that are needed to diagnose distinct causes of thyroid disease. Imaging techniques may also be used to detect minor changes in the thyroid glands. 

If you’re diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, your initial treatment course may include medications such as radioactive iodine, beta-blockers, and anti-thyroid drugs. 

In hypothyroidism, you may be prescribed thyroid replacement medications like which are synthetic thyroid hormones that balance the hormone levels in your body.

In severe cases where the thyroid nodules become enlarged or develop into thyroid cancer, you may have to under thyroid surgery in Pune to partially or entirely remove the affected gland tissues. This surgery, commonly known as thyroidectomy, can be performed in the following ways:

Traditional thyroidectomy: Here, a long incision is made along the neck, preferably in the skin creases where it would be less visible.

Endoscopic thyroidectomy: Here, the surgeon uses minimally invasive tools with a camera inserted through tiny hole incisions either around the neck or through the armpit.

Transoral thyroidectomy: Here, the surgeon makes an incision from inside the mouth to access the thyroid

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Is thyroid disease a communicable disease?

No, thyroid is not a communicable disease. However, there have been instances that the disease has been passed on from mother to child through genetic mutation.

How Important is Thyroid in your well-being?

The thyroid gland is responsible for producing thyroid hormone that controls every cell, tissue, and organs in your body. If the thyroid gland stops operating at usual speed, it can produce a bulk amount of thyroid hormone, which causes the body system to speed up (a condition termed as hyperthyroidism) or can create too minimal thyroid hormone slowing down the body systems (a condition known as hypothyroidism). If you suffer from thyroid disease, leaving it untreated can lead to drastic effects like elevated cholesterol levels, subsequent heart disease, infertility, and osteoporosis. Some studies also claim that there’s a strong genetic connection between the thyroid disease and onset of other autoimmune diseases like diabetes, arthritis, and anemia.

How to determine if you’re suffering from thyroid disease?

Identifying the symptoms of the thyroid disorder isn’t an easy task as most symptoms are hidden and resemble the signs of other diseases and conditions. To check if you suffer from a thyroid problem, you can ask your doctor for a TSH (thyroid-stimulating-hormone) test - a simple blood test that helps you verify your thyroid gland’s condition. Since there have been cases of thyroid passing through genes, a thorough examination of your family and review of their medical history are two additional measures you must undertake to rule out the possibility of them suffering from thyroid.

What are the different types of thyroid problems?

The prominent types are hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Plummer’s Disease, thyroid cancer, toxic adenomas and Graves' Disease. Diabetologists are specially trained endocrinologists specialised in treating diabetes mellitus- a condition caused due to low insulin production in the body.

What are the probable chances of thyroid cancer recurring after surgery and treatment?

Thyroid cancer can return in some cases. Post-treatment or surgery, your doctor and endocrinologist will keep a tab on your health, monitor your signs of recurrent disease through blood tests or ultrasound examinations.

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