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The effectiveness of KI as a specific blocker of thyroid radioiodine uptake is well established. When administered in the recommended dose, KI is effective in reducing the risk of thyroid cancer in individuals or populations at risk for inhalation or ingestion of radioiodines. KI floods the thyroid with non-radioactive iodine and prevents the uptake of the radioactive molecules, which are subsequently excreted in the urine.

The FDA guidance prioritizes groups based on age, which is the primary factor for determining risk for radioiodine-induced thyroid cancer. Those at highest risk are infants and children, as well as pregnant and nursing females because of the potential for KI to suppress thyroid function in the developing fetus and the newborn. The recommendation is to treat them at the lowest threshold (with respect to predicted radioactive dose to the thyroid). Anyone over 18 years old and up to 40 years old should be treated at a slightly higher threshold. Finally, anyone over 40 years old should be treated with KI only if the predicted exposure is high enough to destroy the thyroid and induce lifelong hypothyroidism (thyroid deficiency).

Persons with known iodine sensitivity should avoid KI, as should individuals with dermatitis herpetiformis and hypocomplementemic vasculitis, extremely rare conditions associated with an increased risk of iodine hypersensitivity. A seafood or shellfish allergy does not necessarily mean that you are allergic or hypersensitive to iodine. People with nodular thyroid with heart disease should not take KI. Individuals with multinodular goiter, Graves' disease, and autoimmune thyroiditis should be treated with caution -- especially if dosing extends beyond a few days. If you are not sure if you should take KI, consult your health care professional.

KI works best if used within 3-4 hours of exposure. Although FDA has not made specific recommendations for individual purchase or use of KI, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) supplies KI tablets, in accordance with FDA dosing guidelines, to states (including tribal governments) that request it for populations within the 10-mile emergency planning zone of a nuclear power plant.

Stockpiling of potassium iodide (KI) is highly recommended by health officials worldwide to prevent thyroid cancer of those exposed to radioactive iodine following a nuclear reactor accident or detonation of a nuclear weapon. Radioactive iodine can travel hundreds of miles downwind, such as it did after the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters.

You need iodine from the very early stages of pregnancy. Having enough iodine in the diet for several months before pregnancy is very important. Your body is able to build up good stores of iodine in the thyroid, which can help it to function well during pregnancy, particularly in the early stages. So, it is crucial that if you are of childbearing age, especially when planning a pregnancy, you should meet the adult recommendation for iodine intake.

During pregnancy, the amount of iodine you need increases. This is in order to make enough thyroid hormones to transfer to the baby, to help the brain develop correctly. Iodine deficiency in pregnancy may have significant consequences for brain development, so it is vital to meet the higher recommendation for iodine during that time.

Milk and dairy products are the main sources of iodine for most people in the UK. Some milk-alternative drinks (e.g. soya/oat) are now being fortified with iodine, but it is important to check the product label, as not all are fortified and some have low iodine content.

Seaweed has a high concentration of iodine, but it contains variable amounts and intake can lead to excessive iodine. Brown seaweeds (such as kelp) in particular have a very high iodine content. Therefore, it is not recommended to eat brown seaweed or kelp more than once a week, especially during pregnancy. Other seaweeds, such as nori, may have a lower iodine conc


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