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... to the "right" number. I had my thyroid removed 8 weeks ago and am starting the long process to get my numbers right... ... (2 replies)
... ur antibodies will also be helpful. You will also want to find a doctor whether it's a general doctor or an endocrinologist or someone who can better monitor you and help you find the right dose. ... (24 replies)
... Good heavens, Wanda. Those labs are terrible... For Armour, for Synthroid, for nothing at all. No healthy person has T4 and T3 that low! This is why you feel so bad. ... (11 replies)

... ogists. Each one changed my synthroid a little. I originally was on 125 per day, then 125 6 days, then on 120 synthroid each day with .05 cytomel each day. My levels were never like they were when I had my thyroid. I was on .75 synthroid every other day when I had my thyroid. ... (11 replies)
... I'm sorry you're struggling to find proper treatment and no you're not a hypochondriac. ... (4 replies)
... TSH as high as yours usually signals more than "mild" hypothyroidism. Healthy people have TSH around 1 or 1.5. But much more important is the free T4 level. Has yours ever been checked? ... (4 replies)
... Both your free T4 and free T3 levels are too low to do that. Your dose of Synthroid was probably too low to begin with. ... (1 replies)
... replacement dose at the patient at the start and then try to remove what's not needed later. It's always better to start at a low dose and work up to the amount needed. Starter doses are 25 or 50 mcgs. ... (1 replies)
... Yes it is possible to have a thyroid problem with "within range" levels. Do you have your lab's reference ranges for FT4 and T3? ... (8 replies)
May 5, 2013
... Hello my name is Jenna and I am new to this forum. So far I am learning a lot about a condition I've had since age 23. I am now 52 and realize I still don't understand my thyroid health. ... (7 replies)
... First, thank you so much for your reply and your advice. ... (24 replies)
... or the reason you are here but welcome! It is possible that you are not converting your Ft4 to Ft3 which is what your body should naturally do once it has enough T4 which is what your medication gives you. ... (24 replies)
... Obviously not everything is fine 'cause you're symptomatic and I'd rather agree with the first endo. ... (9 replies)
... It might mean "borderline high" TSH, which would indicate low thyroid function. ... (7 replies)
... Goitrogenic foods such as cruciferous veg, soy etc can aggravate thyroid and there is a lot of controversy on iodine. Do some searching on those to guide you. ... (4 replies)
... if i back off on my t4 to 37 mcg of t4 and add the 5 mg of cytomel it should help? ... (13 replies)
... In hypothyroid patients receiving T4 replacement, serum rT3 concentrations varied directly with the dose of T4 between doses of 0.050 and 0. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you for the reply.I wasn't sure if I should pursue the hypothyroidism or move on and look for other causes of my symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... For example I have Hashimotos and Graves' disease. Yes you can have both.. It is a thyroid war zone for a few years.. Then hasimotos wins. ... (19 replies)
... Quick question because great is relative at your levels I still felt like a dish rag. ... (6 replies)

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