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... Thanks Midwest. You have been a big help to me. I'll let you all know how I make out with the osteopath in Michigan next week. I wonder why there are so many more osteopathic docs in the US than there are in Canada. (7 replies)
... existing heart rhythm problems. A young, otherwise healthy heart can adapt to the temporary disturbances that the meds can sometimes cause. ... (7 replies)
... ow many sportspeople are forced out of competitions because their physicians didn't measure the INTRACELLULAR potassium level and pick up their deficiencies that cause muscle cramps, heart problems, etc.. ... (7 replies)

... and I do not supplement calcium nor do I consume many dairy products. My doc also says high calcium can happen due to dehydration. ... (16 replies)
... The doctors have not told me that Synthroid, specifically, will cause osteoporosis. However, I am on a suppressive dose of Synthroid and, being slightly hyper, this can cause osteoporosis. So, I'm not sure what the real culprit is. ... (6 replies)
... are all on the hypo list. I have nothing that's hyper. Occasionally my heart will be a little fast in the mornings, but I'm usually very dehydrated and low iron can also cause that, so I don't think that's from being overmedicated. ... (10 replies)
... Also, I read this can cause bone loss. I already have osteoporosis. Will this make it worse? ... (2 replies)
... rse at my GP said that the range she has is 0.35 to 5.5, so I'm normal! I told her about the new guidelines that say the range is .3 to 3.0. She said not to take Synthroid or anything at my number because it can cause osteoporosis. I told her that I already have that! That was the end of that! ... (7 replies)
... See someone else. You need T3. And I can show you plenty of studies that refute that osteoporosis claim. In fact, undertreated hypoT can cause osteoporosis by itself. ... (8 replies)
... If you can find out if you have nodules that might help a lot in getting a doc to treat you with meds.... ... (6 replies)
... Irreversible damage would only happen if there is an overdose. The vast majority of doctors' negligence is in undertreating... Overtreating is rare. Synthroid is synthetic T4, a hormone that your body would produce enough of on its own if it could. T4 is something a body must have. ... (13 replies)
... i was in a dreadful rush and neglected to say the following: i was dx'd in mar. 2003 (thus having got worse very rapidly in three months, and i'm sure i'd had symptoms for the previous two years), and altho' i whined and complained on this board, was assured once treatment began, i would feel much better in a month, and guess what? i was :) ... (and while i appreciate your... (13 replies)
... are. He also thought that being your own health advocate was a good thing!! I just LUV him! He liked the fact that I brought in a conversion chart for switching synthroid to Armour, if you want to get your doctor to switch you can print it off of the Armour site. ... (6 replies)
... These have been assumed effects of excess Synthroid dosage. Subsequent, more recent studies have raised doubt about those assumptions... Most notably the important one regarding osteoporosis. ... (6 replies)
... hey also ruled out cancers and other rare diseases that might have accounted for her fatigue, aches and hair loss. They were, however, able to diagnose her with osteoporosis and started her on supplements to increase her bone density. ... (0 replies)
... hey also ruled out cancers and other rare diseases that might have accounted for her fatigue, aches and hair loss. They were, however, able to diagnose her with osteoporosis and started her on supplements to increase her bone density. ... (1 replies)
... I have osteoporosis and am a 34 yr old female. ... (19 replies)
Hypothyroidism
Feb 16, 2009
... I would not advise staying on it. Too much Synthroid is very bad for you and can cause a lot of problems such as irregular heartbeat and osteoporosis. ... (1 replies)
Blood Test
Mar 19, 2008
... FT4 imbalance. Synthroid doesn't leach calcium from your bones.. but 2 ot of 3 people need T3 supplementation to keep their levels balanced. ... (14 replies)
... hyroid hormone actually CAUSES bone loss is rampant in the medical profession. Even the technician who did my bone scan told me that "Taking thyroid hormone will cause bone loss. ... (7 replies)




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