Table of Contents
- 1 When to treat subclinical hypothyroidism in children?
- 2 How does hypothyroidism affect pubertal development in adolescents?
- 3 Why is hypothyroidism considered a minor condition?
- 4 Why are so many people undiagnosed with hypothyroidism?
- 5 What kind of problems does a Chinese Shar Pei have?
- 6 How old does a Shar Pei have to be to be on an adult diet?
- 7 Is the Shar Pei still used as a fighting dog?
- 8 How many calories does a Shar Pei puppy need?
When to treat subclinical hypothyroidism in children?
For this reason, there may not be a benefit to treating subclinical hypothyroidism. If subclinical hypothyroidism is not treated, thyroid function should be monitored every 6 to 12 months for a period of time to make sure it does not worsen. If the TSH continues to rise (usually > 10 mIU/L), treatment may be necessary.
How does hypothyroidism affect pubertal development in adolescents?
Pubertal development that may be delayed in adolescents. An important finding on physical exam is an enlarged thyroid, also called a goiter. Weight gain. Hypothyroidism can slow metabolism, but most people do not gain excess weight only because of low thyroid hormone.
Why is hypothyroidism considered a minor condition?
Therefore hypothyroidism, low thyroid, has the power to disrupt every part of our body and to produce profound changes in every aspect of our health. Unfortunately hypothyroidism is not given the attention it requires by the medical community and is often overlooked and considered a minor condition not worthy of much attention.
Why are so many people undiagnosed with hypothyroidism?
They rely on this one blood test, TSH, leaving millions of people undiagnosed and suffering from debilitating symptoms. Many patients complain to their doctors of common hypothyroid symptoms yet because their TSH falls in the ‘normal’ range, their thyroid is declared normal.
What kind of problems does a Chinese Shar Pei have?
Some Chinese Shar-Pei do have a tendency toward skin problems, including allergic skin diseases such as food allergies. Bacterial ear infections, yeast overgrowth in the ears, hypothyroidism, and gastrointestinal problems such as inflammatory bowel disease and bloat also appear in the breed.
How old does a Shar Pei have to be to be on an adult diet?
In most cases, the Shar-Pei puppy does fine on regular brand-name adult food diet and does not need to be on a puppy formulation. If you have started your puppy on a puppy diet, that’s fine. But it is generally advised that you switch to adult diet somewhere between four and six months of age.
Is the Shar Pei still used as a fighting dog?
They can be seen in very old statues. A manuscript from the 13th century AD refers to a wrinkled dog with the Shar-Pei’s characteristics. In the distant past the Shar-Pei was used as a war dog and a fighting dog but that was millennia ago. However, some Shar-Pei are still trained as fighting dogs today in Tibet.
How many calories does a Shar Pei puppy need?
A Shar-Pei puppy weighing 30 pounds (4-12 months of age) needs an estimated 933 calories per day. Since the Shar-Pei is a medium-large sized dog, it’s not hard to find many good foods that are appropriate for their size. You also have many choices for Shar-Pei puppies since they don’t normally have any special food requirements based on size.