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... d, then hypothyroid, and now I'm hyperthyroid again. The shakiness is very symptomatic of hyperthyroid, but can also be low sugar, which I also have. I have very high cortisol as well. Your TSH has dropped, which is good, but not if it's going to continue to drop. ... (2 replies)
... Messed up thyroid hormones will make a person tired and depressed as can low ferritin and low Vitamin D and low B12. ... (5 replies)
... I'm no expert, but from what i've seen on the thyroid board, your results don't look too far out. Might be an idea if you posted ALL your results over on the thyroid board as more people would see it and there are some, what i'd called, 'experts' over there. ... (7 replies)

... A lot of those symptoms actually fit thyroid issues. I've got the autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimoto's and my thyroid is underactive. I also have excess estrogen. ... (3 replies)
... n to like 20 doctors over the past few years, urologists, endocrinologist, gastrointestinologist, ent, osteopaths, and so far ive had no answers. my cbc, cmp and thyroid results all came back normal. ... (5 replies)
... and my adrenal function is not good. My situation is linked to my thyroid condition known as Hashimoto's. ... (5 replies)
... I have everyone of those symptoms. I can't believe so many things are wrong with me right now, and it is all b/c of my thyroid. I have a doctor's appt. with a specialist on 2/22/08. I can't wait to be put on some medicine to straighten this out. I am tired of feeling tired, confused, over weight and all the other things I am feeling. I couldn't believe I had all the symptoms... (3 replies)
... No matter what you are tested for ALWAYS get a copy of the test results for yourself. Never let a doctor simply tell you "everything is ok". ... (3 replies)
... I think I was tested for T3 and T4. I haven't been tested for TSH levels but I supposed I will be when I see the endocrinologist. My T3 and T4 levels were high in my blood. So I guessed that meant hyPER? ... (3 replies)
... Just to let you know there is a thyroid board where you might get more help. Did your doc say you are hypERthyroid or hypO? ... (3 replies)
... cer or something and I was so afraid to hear my blood test results. Today I called for them and my doctor said everything was within normal levels except that my thyroid levels were significantly elevated. Now he is referring me to an endocrinologist. After reading the symptoms of hyperthyroidism I find that its hit or miss. ... (3 replies)
... Clearly I have a very high E2 for a 26 year old male. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, Iím hoping some people can hopefully give me some advice please regarding treatment. My history: Iím 30, diagnosed with secondary adrenal insufficiency via an insulin tolerance test. I have borderline low hypothyroidism, low prolactin. No cysts. I am 40kg, 5ft tall so I am very petite. I currently take hydrocortisone after each meal 8am-4mg, 12m-4mg, 3.30pm-4mg, 8pm- 3... (0 replies)
... I am 53 I've had all my hormone tests done. They came back as me being estrogen dominant . My testostorone is high and my dhea is low. Ughhh my dr has me on 2 mgs estriol pill form. I take 200 milligrams of progesterone to balance my estrogen levels. ... (0 replies)
... istant that my problem is partly due to low progesterone. He wanted me to start taking some natural Prog. right away. I said I wanted to wait for labs. Well, the results are below...would love to hear what you think. ... (0 replies)
High cortisol
Jan 12, 2012
... I am reading that Cushings can be hereditary, just as thyroid issues can be. Also, my mother has a blood disorder called haemochromatosis that is also supposed to be hereditary. ... (0 replies)
... two years. Believe me, the traditional medicine practitioners just do not "get" the fact that your tests can come back in the "normal" range even though you have thyroid problems. Homeopathic or alternative medicine practitioners are on the right track. ... (1 replies)
... or thyroid issues. A little background.. ... (1 replies)
... something although the medical community has not come to a consensus on this. I'd ask the endocrinologist. True, your tests for antibodies against the thyroid are normal, but if those were my results, I'd question why my TSH is always 2 or higher. ... (5 replies)
... Good vitamin D levels help your cortisol levels which in turn helps your thyroid levels. It's all interconnected. ... (7 replies)




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