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... Hi, I'm new here and new to hyperthyroidism, diagnosed almost 4 weeks ago, I noticed the tell your story threads are closed so I will tell mine here. ... (0 replies)
... My diagnosis was made with TSH of 4.86, just a hair's breadth below "high". The MD who ran that test said there is no way my symptoms were from hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
... diagnosed with hypothyroidism with multiple nodules. Put on armour thyroid until 2015 when my readings turned hyper. My T's were always normal but TSH never rose, even after a year off armour. ... (0 replies)

What do I do?
Mar 10, 2017
... the last time my TSH was high it was 9. ... (13 replies)
... However, as I have 2 parents with Hashi's, she said it was almost guaranteed that I'd develop it, and in her opinion I was already in the early stages. She started me on a low dose of levothyroxine. Which has helped my hypothyroid symptoms greatly. ... (2 replies)
... Hi everyone, I am new to this site and just learning about hypothyroidism. ... (2 replies)
... When I was first diagnosed with hypothyroidism my tsh was 9.9 and my ft4 was totally normal. It was like 1.20 or something. One of my main symptoms was muscle aches in my legs. ... (2 replies)
... Your doctor's right. There are some symptoms that are very common, others less so. Maybe my oddest two were frequent hiccups and the inability to expel air during heavy exercise. You won't see those on a typical hypothyroidism symptoms list. ... (2 replies)
... i might have hypothyroidism, i suffer from anxiety, the extreme inability to lose weight, I gain weight on a weight loss diet, fatigue, inability to concentrate and 3 years ago i had a swelling in my thyroid gland, it showed as a colloid cyst in the ultrasound, and my Dr. wanted to make a surgery to remove it. ... (0 replies)
... My doctor says my high TSH is high but my t4 is normal so I don't need a increase in medication. ... (5 replies)
... There are two T4 tests that can be done. If your MD is testing your total T4 instead of the more accurate free T4, he's wrong. ... (5 replies)
... Your TSH is unacceptably high. It's been proven that most of the healthy population without thyroid disease has TSH around 1 to 1.5 or so. Their free T4 is between the 50th and 70th percentile of its range. So it wouldn't be wrong to aim for those levels when someone enters treatment. ... (5 replies)
... Well that was a huge waste of time. My doctor refused to test my T3 because its "too controversial" and not many people believe in it to determine an issue. He did claim my T4 is low but that my TSH looks good cause low is high and high is low. My head is spinning! ... (3 replies)
... I am new to this forum and new to learning about thyroid disorders so please forgive my ignorance. I could use some advice. ... (4 replies)
Stopping cytomel
Feb 5, 2017
... twice a day. And on Levo 112 mcg It brought my t3 up to 3. ... (2 replies)
... If your TSH is found high you need to further test for possible deficiencies especially Vitamin D as many of the hypothyroid people especially subclinical hypothyroid are usually found deficient or not optimal in this. So next time you do blood test do these 25-hydroxy Vitamin D Also for knowing your current thyroid status, without discontinuing or changing dose of... (2 replies)
... Free T4 around 1. ... (9 replies)
... I hope someone here has some wisdom for me. I am suffering horrible hypo thyroid symptoms. My TSH was last around 1. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I was diagnosed as hypothyroid over 20 years ago, as a result of Hashimotos Disease. I went on 15mg of Thyroxine and that was about it for most of the last 20 years. ... (1 replies)
... why do i have a high TSH and normal free total T4 and T3 (0 replies)


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