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... three 'fatigue crises' where the fatigue became very, very, very pronounced and I get anxious. Went to the doctor and got blood work done, everything was normal, but the thyroid tests. ... (0 replies)
... Your ultrasound most likely revealed the changes in the thyroid tissue's texture, which would be a pretty sure sign of Hashi's. A tissue biopsy is the only completely definitive way to diagnose it. ... (2 replies)
... d anti TPO and anti TG. These are both antibodies that attack thyroid tissue in Hashimoto disease, autoimmune thyroid disease. It is characterized by enlargement of the gland and nodules. Over time they destroy the gland and cause hypothyroidism. However hyperthyroidism can occur initially. ... (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)
... 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)
... 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)
... Sorry to hear of your concerns. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, it's very possible. They probably ran just a TSH test on you. And people are saying that it's not a good diagnostic tool by itself to diagnose thyroid disorder. ... (6 replies)
... I am a novice at hormone problems because I don't have them yet even though I have hashimoto's. I have NEVER in my entire life heard of a TSH this high. Maybe it's just me. Yeah, I'd go see an Endo. Definitely. ... (4 replies)
... I am a newbie to this board, but not one to feeling not like myself. Anyway, I have gained weight or having trouble losing 20 pounds since a miscarriage last year. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new here and needed some help reading my results of a Thyroid test. ... (21 replies)
... Recently a couple of people reported at another forum that their thyroids were pretty near the top of the range and metformin made them go hyper, helps with Conversion, of T4 into T3. I'm still trying to find out more. ... (24 replies)
... Here is the correct lab results with my lab normal standards. ... (24 replies)
... referred me back to the Rheumatologist. Many see a positive ANA test and just think rheumatoid arthritis. No more no less. However in increasing studies a lot of the thyroid sufferers that are under treated and have fibromyalsia have some ANA as well. It is possible that the Hashimoto's joint issues are ANA related. ... (30 replies)


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