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... I have been struggling with HypoT symptoms since youth. though they thought it may be the problem No Dr would test me, "just diet and exercise". ... (5 replies)
Need guidance ...
Jul 23, 2014
... ed 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. Tested and diagnosed with Adrenal Insufficiency in June 2010 and was put on 25 mg along with iron and other supplements. HC was my miracle!! ... (0 replies)
... ed to worry, however, when doing a little bit of research and seeing that my levels were incongruent in matching each other for a common diagnosis, being my free t4 too high for hypo, and my tsh too high for hyper. ... (0 replies)

... His TSH came down and down, first 80 something, then 20 something, as of today it is at 0. ... (13 replies)
... Your TSH of 3.5 is most likely in the hypOthyroid range for you now. It's telling that it's never been that high for you before. In fact, healthy people have TSH around 1, usually not much more than 1.5. So... ... (3 replies)
... There is a homogeneous echo texture without evidence of a solid nodule development. ... (0 replies)
... normal and free T4 in the upper third of its range. ... (5 replies)
... and maybe she can have a thyroid ultrasound to make sure the gland appears normal. High thyroglobulin doesn't cause symptoms or represent any illness or anything. ... (1 replies)
Thyroid tests?
Jun 30, 2014
... Yes it does make a difference. Most of thyroid hormone is bound to carrier proteins so practically out of use. Because of estrogen in women they have more thyroid binding globulin in their body and that can give false high readings for total Ts. ... (15 replies)
... FREE T4 1. ... (1 replies)
... and I am a little fat and kind of lazy, but I just assumed I was one of those fat, lazy people. ... (0 replies)
... shoulders are very bad. The range of movement is affected, moving his neck too far to the side will cause pain, reaching his arms the wrong way too. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, a titer of TPO as high as yours does indicate Hashi's, even though it's technically "normal". ... (4 replies)
Need Advice
Jun 27, 2014
... I have been feeling very unwell lately. I have had these symptoms many times before but I would like to know what the hell is really going on. ... (4 replies)
... months of your summer feeling awful? ... (1 replies)
Help please
Jun 22, 2014
... Many people have symptoms when their thyroid labs are in the "normal" range. Often they do not do well with TSH toward the higher in the range. ... (6 replies)
So tired....
Jun 22, 2014
... y other sources, that often a Doctor will say you have "normal" thyroid, if your readings are anywhere within the range. When really many many people suffer from symptoms until their readings become right for their own body. ... (6 replies)
Lab Help - Hyper?
Jun 20, 2014
... Can you please help me intepret these labs. I have been alternating doses of Armour 22. ... (2 replies)
... Unfortunately, that's an outdated and inaccurate "panel", and that's not a genuine free T4 test. It's a mere estimate of what your actual free T4 level is. The first two tests listed are used in a math equation that produces the third result, which is known as free T4 "index". ... (5 replies)
... Knowing that you have Hashimoto's is almost just a matter of curiosity, really. It's the most common cause of hypothyroidism in developed countries, and it doesn't change the treatment at all. ... (4 replies)


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