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... I suffer from bad anxiety at times and want to rule out any physical possibilites such a diabetes, anemia, thyroid etc. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like a normal case of anemia that has been untreated but im not anemic. The levels of iron in my blood and my red blood cells have been persistantly normal. ... (2 replies)
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... I had my Thyroid out June of 2016, also have Thyroid eye disease. Had a very little bit of cancer in the thyroid, but nothing that needed treatment of any kind. ... (0 replies)

... My anemia is called pyridoxine responsive hypochromic anemia. Taking B6 has been quite a rollercoaster, as it effects hormones, sleep, and the thyroid! ... (4 replies)
... It took four different doctors before I was eventually diagnosed with a thyroid problem. By then, I had started feeling better after taking a bunch of vitamins, avoiding sugar and alcohol. ... (2 replies)
... sides of my chin. They're not in clusters they just pop up in random spots, in the same general area. It's so embarrassing! I thought it might be hormonal, but a thyroid test showed everything was normal there and the pimples don't seem to happen at a specific time, and my period is pretty regular. ... (2 replies)
... BUN is at top of range but not high enough to explain a creatinine of 1.6. Chronic kidney disease can cause anemia, but it is not normally iron deficient, it is anemia of chronic disease, which looks different than yours. Thyroid levels have nothing to do with calcium. ... (14 replies)
... y that will reveal more. My GI doc did the colonoscopy and didn't see any bleeding and didn't feel the esophagitis was severe enough to cause anemia. He did some thyroid testing bc of the Calcium and it seemed normal. Also looked at Cortisol and it was in normal range. ... (14 replies)
... was mistaken about having the ferritin checked. So, while I am slightly anemic, and my iron is just in the range of normal, my doctor and I both think that the anemia is not causing these symptoms. ... (14 replies)
... In a way, yes, that's why I suggested looking at thyroid for another reason for your fatigue. I would differ with your Dr on stopping the iron when your Hb reaches 12. ... (14 replies)
... My thyroid is normal. Pretty sure I don't have celiac, but I guess you never know. ... (14 replies)
... This does look like iron deficiency anemia because your MCV, MCH and MCHC are all low. I'll bet your ferritin was on the bottom of the range. ... (14 replies)
... Hi everyone, this is my first time posting. I've tried to do some research on my own, but I am at a loss. I will start out by saying that I had a baby back in April 2014 at which time my other labs were within normal limits except for my Hgb and Hct (7 and 24 I believe). I recently followed up with my primary care doctor for symptoms of chest pain, shortness of breath... (1 replies)
... Last week I went to the Dr after feeling unwell for a good 2wks. I have been walking around feeling like I'm a haze all the time. Forgetting things, dizziness, off balance, weak painful muscles, extreme fatigue, no appetite etc My dr wasn't in when I called but they fit me and I saw the nurse practitioner. I mentioned to him that I had also just finished a very... (1 replies)
... as well as my anemia. I just had my first iron infusion 2 days ago. I wanted to tell you to make sure you do not eat any Soy. My doctors say it really makes our thyroid issue worse. Take care, hopefully you can get more answers and feel better soon. ... (6 replies)
... I can't be sure but I think it was just the selenium that brought my TPO abs down so much. I wasn't trying any other supplements during that time. Levothyroxine is a synthetic form of T4 (LT4), and some of that must be converted to T3. If you have too much T4 it can turn into "Reverse T3". Sometimes people have problems converting T4 to T3. There are meds that contain both... (6 replies)
... Wow thats amazing that you managed to bring your antibody level down so significantly! Did you make any other dietary changes to bring that about? I was taking levothyroxine - which i think means that my t3 is fine? I saw an endocrinologist today though who told me to come off it for the time being as he said that the thyroid may well get a bit better when the anemia is... (6 replies)
... Yep, that TPO abs fits with Hashimoto's. Do you have a goiter? Selenium can help bring your TPO antibodies down. A few months of taking 100 mcg selenium got my TPO abs down from 500 to just 10. My antibodies were elevated for years. The normal range for T4 is 4.5 to 11.2 mcg/dL. Your T4 is kind of high, but it would be helpful to know what your Free T4 and Free T3 are. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks so much for all this info! I really appreciate it!! I dont know much what this means but... My tpo antibodies are 109 And my free t4 levek is 13.8 And my tsh is 8.8 I recently discovered that i seem to be lactose intolerant Which might i guess have caused the thyroid issue by going untreated Do yoi know if that antibpdy level is high? (6 replies)
... would cause constipation, not diarrhea. You may have an unrelated digestive problem going on, or there may be more to your thyroid problem than we know. ... (6 replies)

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