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Jul 23, 2014
... I was diagnosed with Hashis in the 90s but didn't find a dr to treat it until 2007 with 90 mg Armour. It was a miracle!! After Armour reformulated, I started having all sorts of issues. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you for taking the time to respond. ... (9 replies)
... But I'm so glad your docs took you seriously when you asked to be worked up and will be interested to see what your labs show. ... (10 replies)

... Can someone please tell me how serious or urgent a thyroid peroxidase of 4,425 and cortisol of 5.5 is? ... (19 replies)
... so my dose was lowered to 112 mcg. ... (10 replies)
... According to some doctors, the first stages of adrenal fatigue are marked by HIGH Cortisol. I don't remember if you have read Adrenal Fatigue, 21st Century Stress Syndrome or not. ... (10 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)
... yes etc. hair did stop shedding and is growing back, skin stopped peeling and wrist pain left. Increase in T4 did not help and doc did reverse T3 which was quite high but did not know how to treat so I found this new guy. ... (4 replies)
... First time poster here. I have just been diagnosed with hasimotos and all the testing that goes with it, I dont understand how to interpet alot of it. I am wondering if there is an underlying adrenal problem. I can give all the short backround history and hope someone can sort it all out. ... (0 replies)
... y few days for several times, got sicker with nausea, headache, tachycardia, dizziness, diarrhea, shaky weakness, horrible pain in my right side, and was getting to the point of feeling debilitated. Had an ultrasound and two urine tests so the pain is not my kidney. ... (47 replies)
... Is there another lab you can use to get the free T3 testing as well as RT3? ... (17 replies)
... Since your T3 is still very low you are not likely suffering from hyper symptoms, rather your hypo symptoms just appear to be hyper. Many who are hypo have anxiety as well as eye disease, it's well documented. You've shown to have high cortisol levels and this produces anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I think there's a special class in Endo school called "How To Make Your Patient Feel Terrible 101". ... (6 replies)
... Doesn't the T4 have to be high and the T3 low in order to have reverse T3 issues? ... (5 replies)
... That TSH is pretty high for your free Ts to be in upper range. Usually TSH gets suppressed well below 1 when our T3 and T4 are high. ... (4 replies)
... to just getting old and lazy but after doing research and asking questions I'm now certain that I've been suffering from Adrenal Fatigue and have been unsure on how to treat it. ... (4 replies)
... MD Nuerologist. I had him dig into this for me after finding my repeatedly high ACTH and my MDs telling me MRI is clean you are normal in cortisol. ... (9 replies)
... Did you have low cortisol or aldosterone? ... (3 replies)
... By the TSH to FT ratio. I would suspect that the pituitary gland is up to snuff. Now let us look at balance and levels. ... (16 replies)
... My apologies for transposing adrenal and cortisol information. From an nih.gov site. I should have sited it properly. Thanks for the catch. ... (9 replies)




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