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... m all new to this. I recently had what my doctor thinks is a relapse remitting multiple sclerosis episode, I was sent for blood tests and due to be sent for nerve conduction studies. ... (0 replies)
... In May of last year, I went to a new doctor. At our first visit, when she was ordering routine labs, I asked if she could check my thyroid. I told her some of the symptoms that I was having and I started crying as I told her that my main concern was my weight. ... (5 replies)
Graves?
May 10, 2018
... t have health insurance and I have been going to a free clinic. I had blood work twice. The first round indicated that my TSH level was low. At 0.331. Second round was for testing of free T3 and T4 levels. Those came back within normal range, and TSH was 0.271 that time. ... (0 replies)

... I recently had a partial thyroidectomy on March 8th for a suspicious nodule. The nodule was found to be benign, however they did find a small spot of cancer on the lobe they took out. My doctor seems to think most people who only have half out never need medication. ... (1 replies)
... I just had CBC done as part of a proactive health check through the school district that I work for. ... (1 replies)
... Had Graves disease took Tapazole for few years till t3 t4 levels were normal then stopped tapazole and TSH went from 0.0005 to .500. Also took beta blockers for tachycardia 180 bpm but had reaction from them, called reversible hypoglycemia . ... (0 replies)
... Your TSH is low because you take exogenous T3 in the form of Cytomel. ... (3 replies)
... and referred me back to my endo from two years ago. It's all so frustrating. You mentioned trouble breathing and heart racing. ... (6 replies)
Please Help!
May 1, 2018
... Your TSH can be in range and you can still feel awful. It's not so much being in range that counts as WHERE in the range your levels are in conjunction with other tests. I see they did a free T4 but not a free T3 and no antibody testing. ... (1 replies)
... You need anti TPO and anti TG. These are both antibodies that attack thyroid tissue in Hashimoto disease, autoimmune thyroid disease. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry to trouble you all but I am getting desperate and would really appreciate some advice. ... (1 replies)
... i normally carry weight on my bum and hips, but some of it is on my tummy and the top of my hips. I developed acne, perioral dermatitis, tremendous fatigue and worsening of my already bad memory. ... (3 replies)
... The nodules aren't necessarily a marker for Hashi's. Many people who have Hashi's don't have nodules, and many people without Hashi's have them. ... (2 replies)
... The "normal" range is definitely not normal for everyone. From experience, when my TSH was over 2. ... (8 replies)
... My thyroid results are in the range of normal, but extreme in that range. And my antibodies are high. ... (8 replies)
... First, you need to know the lab's range for 'normal' to 'abnormal'. Did you get a copy of the lab ranges? ... (8 replies)
... I have Hashimoto's, but normal TSH, T3, T4. I read on another website that taking thyroid medication can slow the destruction of the thyroid. I didn't think my doctor would give me medication with normal labs, but she did. She has prescribed Armour 15 mg., twice a day. ... (3 replies)
... I know the ft3 is still a weeny bit low but its better than under range eh. ... (3 replies)
... Help. I have had a total thyroidectomy and on 75 levothyroxin. Last couple of tests have been perfect including last one 4 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am 35 years old and a mother of 3 kids. I recently went to the doctor for a normal well check up since our insurance requests us to. ... (1 replies)


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