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... Thank you so so much for your reply, so what do I need to look at on the blood report please? And does it look like I'm hypo as I have all the symptoms and I'm so frustrated and looking on the internet as you say levels range all over leaving me more confused here in malta doctors charge so much just to walk through the door so I appreciate any help and advice given bless you... (4 replies)
... because I was sleeping the clock round, and so dizzy passing out sometimes, I had twitching toes, cold hands and feet, numb hands the list Is endless I was told in the uk I had a anxiety problem which was laughable! ... (4 replies)
... what recently happened. I have always been obsessive about taking my meds, 4 hours from calcium, food, etc. After a yr on the same dose of 112 T4 and 7.5 T3, my TSH jumped from .2 to 9.75. I had been having terrible neuropathy and we were looking for an answer. ... (6 replies)

... did have a pregnancy last year after my tubes have been tied since 2000 after giving birth to twins so they said my thyroid levels were affected by the rise and sudden drop in hormone levels after misscarrying. So lots of different things going on with me. ... (7 replies)
... I would rather repeat TSH in a few weeks or even sooner. It can be just a lab error or Euthyroid Sick Syndrome. ... (22 replies)
... depending on how I felt, so there was no question I would get a dose increase with a TSH above 2. After I saw 1.9 and 1.7, I asked to try going lower and he agreed. He allowed me to get to 0. ... (12 replies)
... The key factor at this point is how you feel, IMO. You are not being damaged with a TSH at that level, so if you are feeling better, it might be safest not to increase the dose at this point. ... (12 replies)
... prior to treatment, which dropped after 3 months to 12.4. Slowly worked my way up to 100mcg Levothyroxine, but my blood count has now gone up to T4 28.8, TSH 0.4. ... (13 replies)
... y weaning off, we allow the glands time to "wake up" and start producing more again, whereas stopping suddenly shocks them awake, but they can't keep up with the sudden need. ... (13 replies)
... tingling in fingers, severe menstrual problems... Oh goodness, my list does go on but I will stop there.. Basically, I felt beyond ill for approx. 5 yrs. ... (3 replies)
... I've been on levoxyl for years and for years my TSH was fine and I felt fine. ... (4 replies)
... identical hormone replacement therapy. For the first time in 18 years, I am beginning to feel some hope that I might start to feel "human" again, and might even get back to work someday. ... (12 replies)
... self with treatment, or maybe i was just so freaked out for a time that it caused a rise in my BP ... ... (7 replies)
... your values are certainly all over the place, but here's the thing: are you taking synthroid, eltroxin, or levothyroxine (the generic)? at my psychopharmacologist appt. a couple of months ago, he said that brand names are better than generics (i was on moclobamide instead of manerix -- an AD that you don't have in the US -- and he insisted i be on manerix), and i find zantac... (14 replies)
... I don't have TG Abs, so it's not an attack on thyroglobulin. I do have TPO Ab's though, but that would only explain a drop in T4, not the T3 rise. ... (14 replies)
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Nov 2, 2012
... Regular check up in June when I first started experiencing symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... eye disease like ocular migraines and eye pressure. Pain when looking left to right. Slight protrusion. Etc. By this time I had to move back into my parents and drop my classes. Cognitive effects became so severe I couldn't even do a simple hw assignment. ... (3 replies)
... or so according to my hairdresser who says it maybe grows 4 weeks worth in 6. I've been with her for 7 years now... ... (5 replies)
... Just learning so I have to ask such basic questions. It is obvious even to me that the TSH is pretty high even though I am hoping that it will drop back down into a moderately high now that I have stopped the iodine which I feel almost certainly has been the culprit in its sudden increase. ... (3 replies)
... e started investigating when l come across hashitoxicosis........... and it really sounds like its whats happening to me now here is a short piece............. ' sudden bursts of thyroid hormone affect lab results. ... (5 replies)




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