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... body can cause varying degrees of symptom severity. You have a particular set of levels that are optimal for YOU, and you can't limp along if they're not. One size isn't "fits all". ... (3 replies)
... I really appreciate your input. I'm out of my league here so far. So it is reasonable that the synthroid would make me too tired to do anything at about noon for the rest of the day? When without it, I can pretty much have energy all day and feel fine, unless something else has caused my symptoms to flare up. (2 replies)
... TSH levels that are your normal when you're healthy. ... (2 replies)

... hashimoto's for 15 years before I finally take thyroid hormone to treat my hypothyroidism, now I have 10 years of treatment that made thyroid back to normal, and now it's smaller than normal according to the ultrasound. and also they found lymph nodes with fatty on both sides. ... (1 replies)
... related symptoms, it's highly like that your thyroid hormone levels are not optimal for your needs... Even if they're within the reference range boundaries. ... (1 replies)
... probably. Likewise for TSH at the very bottom of its range. These levels are like shoe sizes. There's only one size within the size range that fits your foot. ... (4 replies)
... Your shoe size probably falls within the standard women's range. That means you can't wear size 7 if your foot is a size 9. Thyroid hormone levels are the same. ... (5 replies)
... Normal" gland size can vary from person to person. I found a reference that says measurements of normal thyroids are 4 to 4.8 x 1.0 to 1.8 x 0.8 to 1.6cm, which is consistent with 'published' dimensions. ... (2 replies)
... In my travels, I did see at least one study, with ultrasound images to confirm, that the thyroid can expand to the point of interfering with the cartoid artery. ... (7 replies)
... I had an ultrasound done yesterday, and am still awaiting the results. I know I have a goiter, but does anyone know what size determines a goiter? ... (4 replies)
... I have a lot of symptoms and I'd like to know from you guys if you think it is thyroid related. ... (6 replies)
... I had a normal thyroid uptake. Now I'm even more confused by all of this. ... (6 replies)
Thyroid problem?
May 28, 2013
... She also found my thyroid is about double in size and I do have trouble swallowing. I've gained 15 pounds over the last year and haven't been able to lose even a pound. I actually gain weight when I diet. ... (1 replies)
... Thyroid is normal in size. ... (0 replies)
... you'll begin feeling symptoms once it drops. And... Just as you have one shoe size within the standard size range, you have one free T4 level within its range that's right for you. ... (1 replies)
... I am in the middle of all kinds of testing and so far "standard" blood tests are normal but this is my thyroid scan result from Monday.......how serious is this? ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I actually have had some progress since I posted. I was diagnosed with hashimotos after an ultrasound in 2010. I recently went for a second thyroid ultrasound and they have found significant improvement in my thyroid size and nodules after starting thyroid medication after diagnosis in late 2010. ... (6 replies)
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Oct 23, 2012
... Okay, I've had an assortment of weird issues for many years. And while my thyroid was occasionally mentioned my blood work always came back borderline okay. Not anymore. ... (5 replies)
... Need some help in figuring somethings out. I recently had an Ultrasound of my thyroid done. Results... ... (1 replies)
Thyroid problem?
Sep 24, 2012
... Oh boy....that say that to EVERYONE with thyroid issues it seems,but mostly to women. Then they throw us a prescrip for anti anxiety meds or anti depressants and send us on our way. This is typical! ... (16 replies)


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