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Could I be Hypo?
Apr 5, 2014
... Hashimoto's is the most common cause of hypothyroidism. It can be present with completely "normal" TSH levels for years before it's finally diagnosed. ... (7 replies)
... If I were you I would write down all you symptoms and ask for a full panel of hormone bloods done and see what comes from it. ... (4 replies)
... I suspect that is what happened. The go through your throat to work on your spine, spreading it wide open. (4 replies)

... TSH of 6 is not "normal". ... (4 replies)
... My symptoms have gone away. I think a lot of it was in my mind, I changed my diet, exercised more, got rid of stress and I feel much better now. Of course I am not saying that other people don't have subclinical hypothyroidism, but in my case it was other factors. ... (19 replies)
Mystery Symptoms
Mar 15, 2014
... gan, I believe, with the thyroid. Unfortunately, the only doctor that I have found that works, I can't keep going to because insurance doesn't pay. He is an ND but there are others like Holistic docs. The go to the root of the problem using mostly natural recourses instead of patching a symptom. ... (1 replies)
Thyroid lab tests
Mar 13, 2014
... Endos are stubborn and arbitrary, as a rule. The one who diagnosed me was more progressive than most, in that she diagnoses based on antibodies and symptoms no matter the TSH. But... Like yours... She prescribes only Synthroid. ... (6 replies)
... Your TSH is a hormone emitted by the PITUITARY gland which is called the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. ... (6 replies)
... Hey guys, new poster here but I always ghost lurk around on the forums all the time. Well, recently from my blood tests and how I used to feel I was told I have hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism since 2003. ... (0 replies)
... Thats great news. I understand hypothyroidism systems are common pretty much all over the world, alot of folks saying it is a deficiency of iodine, too much bromine, too much "toxic" stuff we take in. ... (19 replies)
... I know the devastation of hair loss. ... (4 replies)
... When did all of these symptoms begin to occur? ... (6 replies)
... Hi I am new to this forum but i have been viewing alot of information here for a while. I apologize if my story is long. I am just VERY frustrated and confused as to what is going on with me! ... (0 replies)
... Sassy, I am in the same situation. I just posted a long post about my path. My TSH just came up as 3.63. And I am concerned that my Endo will not think that is high enough to do anything. ... (2 replies)
... Last October my TSH was 1. ... (6 replies)
... I've been showing signs of hypothyroidism that are progressively getting worse yet no doctor wants to listen after seeing my TSH level of 2. ... (2 replies)
... g to get some help with getting a proper diagnosis. I'm struggling to get a referral to an endocrinologist from my primary care doctor. Apologies for the length, but I've been dealing with these issues for a long time. ... (4 replies)
Thyroid issues
Mar 11, 2014
... her nurse wouldn't give me the numbers. In slip she told me that my TSH was in range and I asked what they were so she told me. I hate the waiting game. This is my 6th endo. I have not found an internist, GYN, or any other dr. ... (5 replies)
Thyroid issues
Mar 11, 2014
... Have you only had TSH tested? ... (5 replies)


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