In India, one of the most prevalent diseases
are affecting women is hypothyroidism. Both primary
and secondary are possible. One in ten Indians have
hyperthyroidism, according to statistics. In India, there
are about 42 million people who have hypothyroidism.
At Sree Ramakrishna Medical College of Naturopathy
and Yogic Sciences and Hospital, Kulasekharam, Tamil
nadu, India, this study was carried out to evaluate
hypothyroidism in females between the ages of 30 and 40.
The verbal agreement was obtained by outlining the
study's objectives. There were 30 respondents in total for
this survey. TSH levels are checked using a blood test
during screening. This study shows that in an order to
confirm the hypothyroidism diagnosis, medical
professionals must rely on biochemical tests. Many
people experience a variety of these generalized diseases.
Most patients need education as well as a thyroid
function test for assessment.
Keywords : TSH, Screening of Hypothyroidism, Thyroid Dysfunction, Health Care.