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... I'm a 46 year old active male and have a number of very unusual symptoms that have resulted in me having a very poor quality of life. I have seen many specialists and completed numerous tests but have not been able to find the root of the issue. After reading this story, any thoughts or inputs you may have would be most welcome. One year ago, I started to feel muscle (legs)... (11 replies)
... Thanks for your response. I'm not sure that the thyroid is related to the sed rate. When I had viral thyroiditis with an enlarged thyroid, my sed rate was only 20. I wish I had an explanation for it. ... (5 replies)
... I'm not too sure what's gong on with your thyroid, but I did find out that autoimmune disorders in general, and specifically Grave's disease can cause an elevated sed rate. You're thyroid blood work may not be showing this to be true yet, but the elevated TSI indicates Grave's. ... (5 replies)

... diagosed due to the docs running only the TSH, and assuming the thyroid to be functioning well if the TSH was in "normal" range. ... (7 replies)
... I've had an elevated Sed rate for over a year but it just keeps getting higher. ... (0 replies)
... Awww thank you :) I will be seeing the little one Friday!!!!! Im a little nervouse about the amnio but with me being 40 I feel I need to have it. Im also praying my visit to the endo this thursday goes well. I will update you all on what he says and what tests he will run Hope (12 replies)
... I thought I'd pop back in. I saw an unanswered question. CK is often used as a marker of muscle inflamation. It's a little more specific than the sed rate and they're often done side by side. It's elevated in many muscles diseases and elevated after a heart attack or stroke and some other things. ... (12 replies)
... An elevated sed rate doesn't tell you much. It can be the sign of an infection.. or inflammation.. inparticular MANY Hashimoto's thyroiditis patients have an elevated sed rate. ... (5 replies)
... Can this be elevated due to thyroid problems and these levels being out of whack? ... (5 replies)
... my issue! I too have not been feeling myself for the past two months. I am six months post partum currently. My regular doc ran a cbc and to his estimation my thyroid numbers are within range and hence normal. I know now this is not the case. ... (5 replies)
... But there are some infections that can raise sed rate. I hope your docs will ensure that those are not a complicating factor, given your past history. ... (7 replies)
... A high sed rate indicates there is an inflammation somewhere in your body. ... (7 replies)
Horrible fatigue
Dec 7, 2005
... Got the thyroid antibody testing done and it was normal. The only abnormal thing going on is the RA positive, sed rate elevated, TSH suppressed, FT3 normal, and FT4 slightly elevated. Thyroid uptake scan suppressed. I go to the rheumatologist Friday. ... (3 replies)
... Reactive protein and Sed rate test even though I had both about one year ago as part of a regular physical. ... (6 replies)
... yes, it can be posible. my advise is to you is go to find a good doctor who can do complet thyroid panel with antibody blood tests. ... (6 replies)
... Her CBC shows very slightly elevated hemoglobin, hematocrit, RBC. Complete metabolic panel is normal. Sed rate normal. TSH normal. ... (6 replies)
... but I have never fully recovered. Each time I go to my doctor my white count is a little higher. Last visit 2 weeks ago, it was at 15,000. My SED rate is slightly elevated as well. I suffer from chronic TMJ . ... (16 replies)
... Well I got my Thyroid Antibody test yesterday along with DHEA, cortisol, estrogen, testosterone, ANA, and sed rate results back...all appeared normal. I couldn't believe it because I was convinced that what I am dealing with is Hashimoto. ... (2 replies)
Help please
Jun 24, 2014
... She probably realizes now that you aren't going to just accept "everything is fine" and you need help. The comment about stopping the thyroid medication once you start is rather odd, because you generally don't stop it. ... (6 replies)
Help please
Jun 22, 2014
... and many other autoimmune disorders. If after stabilizing your thyroid you still don't feel right, I would pursue looking further into lupus, RA, and other autoimmune problems since you have a family history of such things. ... (6 replies)




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