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... I'm a 23 yr old female with a high likelihood of getting Thyroid issues. My mom and essentially her entire family have Hashimoto's Hypothyroidism. Almost everyone has it. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Hashimotos and Graves disease last year after a trip the ER. I was sent to an Endo and put on Methimazole ever since, my labs are tested for TSH and Free t4 and they bounce back and forth like a yoyo I see her monthly and one month theyre good the next month theyre bad. ... (0 replies)
... s I was diagnosed with Graves disease. I had all the normal symptoms except the bulging eyes, but had one other symptom that was considered to be rare. ... (0 replies)

... I had blood work done and my ALT and AST levels are mildly elevated. Everything else is normal including GGT but the doctor is immediately blaming alcohol. ... (2 replies)
... l of my weight, but I remember very little of anything from that point in time. I was the walking dead, strolling through a cloud of confusion. When I got out of High School, I moved out and lost my insurance. During this time, in less than a year, I gained 75 pounds and felt as if I had "lost myself". ... (4 replies)
... T3 usually remain just barely inside the normal lab range. That does NOT mean those levels are "normal". ... (7 replies)
... I would be honest and speak to your doctor with an educated mind. Ask about nutrients such as selenium. Make sure test are not too far apart. T4 can show normal before the sudden release or maybe as it is being metabolized. Take one step at a time but ask questions along the way and be your best advocate. ... (14 replies)
... I have used and am currently on anabolics. Do you know if there is a relationship between anabolics and higher tsh reading? ... (14 replies)
... thank you for the informative reply. Do you have any imput as to why my t4 is normal? ... (14 replies)
... weight gain and the loss of energy is a major concern for a competitor. If I were you I would get answers now and look further into your issues. Taking synthetic T4 will not decrease your symptoms if you have Hashimoto. ... (14 replies)
... More thing, what do u think about my tsh and t4 numbers. Thanks! ... (14 replies)
... High TSH usually indicates hyPOthyroidism. ... (3 replies)
... Fabry disease, showing an excess prevalence as compared to the normal population. The high frequency seems to be relevant regarding the potential consequences of a hypothyroid state. ... (7 replies)
... I had a TSH of 7.1 and normal T4. Started with 0. ... (5 replies)
... Hi.........please rewrite your plea and address the Title to MEEP. He's the one that is most knowledgeable about such variants. If I remember right, there's something about your TSH being high and your T3 being high, but your T4 is low, means that perhaps your thyroid is failing (no surprise). You need to find out what this means for yourself because it appears that your... (3 replies)
... Basically, according to my Endo, my T3 should not be high if my TSH is so high. It should be the opposite in Hypo. ... (3 replies)
... I received the lab tests where T3 was somewhat high, but normal T4 and TSH level. ... (0 replies)
... related, another thing it might be is T3 toxicosis associated with Graves' disease. Labs in the latter case would be very much like yours... Suppressed TSH, normal total or free T4, and high FT3. You should insist the endo test for TSI antibodies, which will certainly be positive in cases of Graves' disease. ... (10 replies)
... T4 would cause your normal thyroid function to take longer to get back to normal? ... (14 replies)
... ps. havent used t3 since November of 2012. ... (14 replies)

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