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... to my GP with symptoms of tiredness, heart palpitations and diarrhoea. He sent me for blood works and report came back that I was short on Vitamin D and that my thyroid were working a little bit harder. He prescribed Metoprol for my heart palpitations. ... (9 replies)
... I think I might have a thyroid problem. ... (3 replies)
... Bring that I am young, I am assuming my thyroid gland is not completely burnt out, so it is possibly working part of the time and the rest of the time it's not. ... (4 replies)

... y common they say and like the nurse explained to me when i was feeling depressed is that everybody reacts different to surgery. Luckily my parathoids decided to start working again 2 days later and I was finally sent home! ... (9 replies)
... lyzed and stuck in the open position. I asked him if I should stop talking. He told me to keep talking because that was the one thing I could do to prompt it to start working again. Exactly 2 months after surgery, it did. ... (24 replies)
... It could depend on what kind of thyroid problem you had in the first place. Some thyroids recover and start working again. Some quit to never work again. ... (1 replies)
... People become hypothyroid because their thyroid glands are incapable of making enough hormone for their bodies' needs, not because they eat badly or don't exercise enough. ... (1 replies)
... I can understand your wanting this to be iodine deficiency, because that would be so simple to fix. When I first suspected my thyroid had gone wonky, that's what I had assumed, too. I hadn't used iodized salt for years and years before my diagnosis. It had to be that, right? ... (7 replies)
... twitching along with a numb lower lip is significant...he tested further and found that it means the parathyroid are not working properly. I now get the joy of taking 4000 mg of OsCal each day! ... (19 replies)
... This is a good place to get answers about thyroid issues. A lot of us have years of experience. ... (2 replies)
... I havnt seen a doctor yet but I'm thinking as some suggested in the link that it could be a thyroid issue. I had an echocardiogram and it showed no issues. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 63 years old and have taken Levothyroxin .15 since about 35 years old. I receive blood work yearly and every couple years a thyroid scan. ... (6 replies)
... Is there another lab you can use to get the free T3 testing as well as RT3? ... (17 replies)
... You did not mess up the thread. Interesting to hear from someone else who also opted to try to kickstart their normal thyroid into working again. ... (46 replies)
... hts ago. I take Ambien to help me sleep. Without it I am 2 to 4 a.m. falling asleep. Every couple of weeks I have to stop taking it for a night or two so it will start working well again. Well I had this odd episode one night that I did not take Ambien. ... (37 replies)
... feeling so much better the past two weeks with the higher dosage and I'm so glad the doc agreed to let me do that! I can't wait til I heal from this surgery and can start working out and trying to see what I can do with this body of mine! It's so nice to feel normal!! ... (37 replies)
... The reason that TSH doesn't matter for the rest of us is because it isn't a thyroid hormone. It's a pituitary hormone, and its only function is to signal the thyroid gland to increase or reduce its own output of hormone. It doesn't create or relieve symptoms of any sort. ... (7 replies)
... hrs a week though. And I can now work from home so that makes it a little easier. But I do feel your pain! ... (11 replies)
... hing to watch out for and it is very real is "Brain Fog" I swear sometimes my brain just refuses to work, I forget what I am saying or what I am talking about or working on, it is troubling. ... (11 replies)
... all the other ones I listen to so often. As you all know I had my thyroid removed on March 29 due to Graves disease. ... (8 replies)


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