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... FT4, and my health is terrible. I'm 33, male, extremely inactive due to health. My health crashed when I was 24ish. ... (0 replies)
... day synthroid, because his diagnostic is hypothyroidism. However, I understand that hypothyroidism is normally associated with low T4, but high TSH. ... (2 replies)
... You should probably have a increase in synthroid and definitely an increase in cytomel. Let me quote an article here. ... (1 replies)

... I'm on the same boat! my TSH is a 6.210 and my primary wouldn't treat. ... (10 replies)
... How long did the panic attacks and depression last for and how fast did you stop taking your medicine from the start of the side effects? ... (2 replies)
... range. I didn't have many problems other than acne and insomnia as side effects. My doctor then added synthroid, 25mcg which was fine for a while and then was raised to 50mcg, within a few weeks I started having severe anxiety, panic attacks and depression. ... (2 replies)
... tingling had returned in my feet and hands. My doc consented to adding in a second 5 mcg Cytomel dose. ... (1 replies)
... he endo doc said that the one test done in March 2016 called T3,Reverse has not been used in years as it really tells nothing about the function of the thyroid. And since all other tests done in March were normal I am to be considered having a normal functioning thyroid. ... (7 replies)
Hashimotos?
Apr 13, 2016
... female with a 1.5 year old son. Bad ppd after his birth and about 6 months after he was born started experiencing fatigue to the point where brushing my teeth was difficult and no amount of sleep energizes me. ... (1 replies)
... high, and T4 and TSH are high as well. ... (1 replies)
... I've been taking 5mg or Carbimazole to lower my T4 buy it does not seem to work after over 2 months. T4 actually went up. ... (0 replies)
Hypothyroid tests
Mar 17, 2016
... hi, I am 32 and think I might have a thyroid disorder, as all the symptoms seem to match up to a t. ... (0 replies)
... but they have to be the right tests and interpreted correctly. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Everyone! I'm very very new to this. A few months ago during a normal checkup by Doctor noticed my thyroid protruding out my neck. She sent me to a ENT. From there the ENT did blood work and a sono. ... (4 replies)
... were all normal. My doctor put me on a very low does of Armor Thyroid. I actually started to feel better and my chronic pain went away. Then, about four weeks after starting Armor, I had trouble breathing. ... (3 replies)
... is twice as high as the average healthy person's. It alone says your thyroid function is likely not normal for you. ... (2 replies)
... Your primary doctor is wrong. He didn't even run the best tests. The panel he ran is outdated and inaccurate. He should have ordered free T4 and free T3 instead of the thyroxine, uptake, and index tests. ... (4 replies)
Thyroid or not
Mar 4, 2016
... Your primary doctor is wrong. He didn't even run the best tests. The panel he ran is outdated and inaccurate. He should have ordered free T4 and free T3 instead of the thyroxine, uptake, and index tests. ... (1 replies)
... it's been growing for a long while and is only now starting to affect my tsh which is now 0. ... (1 replies)
... Hello everybody, I'd really appreciate some advice! I've been researching this all day and I'm finding so many conflicting pieces of information. ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: add/adhd, anxiety, cytomel, depression, dosages, fsh/lh, hashi's, hashimoto, hypothyroid, hypothyroid question, lab results, misdiagnosis, pituitary, synthroid, testoserone, thyroid, tsh

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