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... This is a long story, but I really need another perspective. I feel like I've exhausted all of my options and I just want to feel well again. I will try to be concise. Thank you in advance if you make it through the whole thing. ... (9 replies)
... disease. This is no exaggeration. I was a successful trucking company owner and driver as well as a 14 year barber shop owner and College instructor until these symptoms began getting so bad that I could no longer fight through them. ... (5 replies)
... I don't know if that can be relevant but my potassium iodide was at the low limit at 3. ... (0 replies)

Newly Diagnosed
Jul 13, 2014
... It is gradually titrated upward until symptoms are relieved. ... (4 replies)
... My main symptoms are hand pain and stiffness into the shoulders and at ankle along with fatigue. ... (5 replies)
... My GP ordered a TSH for me because of family history and current symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... normal titer of TPOs, and TSH above 2... Yes, I'd say you're most likely dealing with Hashi's. You might want to request a Tg antibody test, too. ... (4 replies)
... You are right, hypothyroidism is 8 times more prevalent in females than in males. ... (4 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)
... A couple of weeks ago I requested that my PCP test my thyroid levels. After much more research I am now know only testing TSH does not necessarily determine hypothyroidism. I wrongly assumed then that he would run all necessary test. ... (3 replies)
... if your thyroid doesnt work it will just keep telling it to function until the thyroid hormone is replaced, so thats what reduces TSH but ive never heard of TSH causing weight gain but may be part of how hypothyroidism causes weight gain but i think its just from no or low thyroid hormone. ... (2 replies)
... I have all the symptoms for 8 months now, plus a family history of hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, as well as Grave's disease. In January I was tested and my Vitamin D level was 16.5, TSH 0. ... (1 replies)
... anges is because you have to calculate by percentage where you fall in that range. Most people feel better when their Free T4 and T3 levels are on the higher end of the range. ... (17 replies)
... I got a second opinion and the results finally came back, it turns out my levels are completely normal and she can't see anything abnormal about my test results. I find this really bizarre and she really didn't have a solid explanation as to how this could happen. ... (19 replies)
... no mention of my actual thyroid hormone levels. So I have a bunch of symptoms indicative of hypothyroidism and don't actually have it, according to the hospital. ... (2 replies)
... Yours is not an uncommon story, ssmith, many of us have had similar conversations with our doctors. "Normal" simply doesn't apply when it comes to thyroid tests. ... (6 replies)
... run the panel at any local hospital. They all indicated their intention to treat the hypothyroidism with medication. ... (25 replies)
... hs with tingling feet, headaches, a weird feeling inside my head, vertigo, dizziness and anxiety. My weight hasn't really changed and I don't have any hair loss but I do suffer with constipation and feel cold at times. The doctor initally diagnosed anxiety but did agree to run some blood tests. ... (3 replies)
... Wow, I can't believe you mentioned itching on the inside of the ears because I HAVE had that for about the past year, but never thought anything of it! I haven't had it for a while, though. It seemed to go away on its own. ... (11 replies)
... Wow, I can't believe you mentioned itching on the inside of the ears because I HAVE had that for about the past year, but never thought anything of it! I haven't had it for a while, though. It seemed to go away on its own. ... (11 replies)


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