Ask your doctor questions and answer your questions about the diet of hyperthyroidism and the diet after thyroid cancer surgery.

Editor’s Note: We talked about the need to avoid iodine diet for hyperthyroidism before. There are the following suggestions on how to avoid iodine:

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How do you eat it? Apart from foods with high iodine content, do other foods have any influence?

I. Hyperthyroidism Diet

Hyperthyroidism patients, in taking medicine, check except TSH low, other normal, can eat fish? Fish that are not seafood

DoctorYou are talking about freshwater fish. It is completely edible.

Can hyperthyroidism eat fried food? Can I have spicy food?

Doctor:It can be eaten, and it is better to eat in moderation.

Can hyperthyroidism drink and coffee?

Doctor:Drinking and coffee are not recommended.

Does smoking and drinking affect the disease of hyperthyroidism?

Doctor:These two habits are inherently bad and unhealthy, and smoking and drinking will cause sympathetic nerve excitation, which is not conducive to hyperthyroidism. For the sake of health and the early recovery of hyperthyroidism, it is recommended to quit smoking and drinking.

Is seafood completely unedible for hyperthyroidism patients? Do salt have to be iodine-free?

Doctor:After thyroid function is controlled normally, you can occasionally eat foods with low iodine content such as hairtail and small yellow croaker. Non-iodized salt is recommended before cure.

II. Diet after Thyroid Cancer Surgery

Can you eat iodine-containing food after thyroid cancer surgery?

Doctor:It is suggested to eat low iodine diet and eat less seafood, especially kelp and laver.

Parathyroid gland is damaged after the second operation of thyroid cancer. Can’t you eat nuts?

Doctor:Nuts are edible.

What are the precautions in the diet of patients with thyroid cancer after surgery?

Doctor:Thyroid cancer is usually treated with euthyroid to inhibit TSH after surgery. Treatment will initially be accompanied by hypothyroidism, and thyroid function will gradually reach the standard after 3 weeks.

During hypothyroidism, attention should be paid to eating less high-fat foods such as greasy fried foods so as not to affect blood lipid. You can eat more foods with high protein and rich vitamins.

After the thyroid function reaches the standard, it may be in a subclinical hyperthyroidism stage. It is necessary to prevent osteoporosis and eat more calcium-containing foods such as milk and eggs.

Perhaps I am not very good at judging the what period currently under treatment. It is suggested to ask a doctor during the reexamination and ask the doctor to help guide the diet.