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... You need 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. ... (1 replies)
... ome and go in what I can only describe as 'flare ups' or bad periods. My TSH and T4 are in the normal range, but last week an ultrasound showed I had an enlarged thyroid and two non suspicious looking thyroid nodules. ... (1 replies)
... hair is very dry, my nails are brittle and break, and I've had awful memory fogginess. ... (2 replies)

Dry, brittle hair
Jan 18, 2008
... Does anyone know why an underactive thyroid causes dry, thin, and brittle hair? ... (4 replies)
... Eyes: Drooping eyelids Bulging of the eyeballs Red inflamed eyes Dark rings under eyes Puffiness around the eyes Hair: Hair loss Dry hair (2 replies)
Thyroid Advice?
Apr 5, 2016
... My sister has Hashimotos and my mom has thyroid issues too... I guess it's in our genes and even eating super healthy won't save me this time. ... (1 replies)
... I am 35 years old and have been on a varying diet of Synthroid and Levothyroxine at a dose of between .125 mcg and .150 mcg since I was diagnosed with a thyroid condition at 18 years old, have religious partaken, though reluctantly as I believed there had to be an alternative way to treat my condition. ... (0 replies)
Aug 28, 2013
... My medication prescribed was Armour Thyroid 60, one per day. ... (2 replies)
... say my levels are normal. The last 2 years I have weight gain, having cold hands and feet, swollen tongue, swollen fingers and the tops of my feet are swollen, hair loss. ... (0 replies)
... tired eyes, cannot lose weight to save my life, cold hands and feet, brittle hair and nails, no glow to my skin, dry eyes, brain fog, iratibility,lightheaded ness, and irregular periods the last three months. ... (2 replies)
... fatigue, weight gain, brittle hair, etc. Does this mean I don't have Hashimotos and that my thyroid is normal? ... (3 replies)
... I just visited with my ob/gyn and she doesn't agree with the ent dr and the sinus diagnoses. She has referred me to a different dr who is more sensitive to thryroid problems. My TSH, 3rd Generation test results were 1.783 (0.520-5.080) uIU/mL and the T4 Free test was 1.02 (0.58-1.38) ng/dL. My thryroid ultrasound came back as hypervascular. My symptoms include cold... (4 replies)
... It's a scientific fact that having even one gray hair before the age of 30 means the person is predisposed to having thyroid disease. ... (2 replies)
... my hair was brittle and sex drive a bit low, but that was it. So I chose not to begin taking it right away. ... (10 replies)
... test measures T4 thyroid hormone that is bound to proteins and not usable by the body. ... (22 replies)
... You really shouldn't need further testing before being started on some thyroid hormone replacement. ... (26 replies)
May 4, 2012
... The mass in your thyroid gland is a problem unrelated to your bloodwork results. The two issues have to be resolved in separate ways. ... (2 replies)
... this is all part of the body's adjustment process to new thyroid hormone. ... (3 replies)
... and treated me like I was making up my symptoms. She also said, "your largest nodule is too small for me to biopsy." I asked her if she thought that I could have thyroid cancer and she said, "I have NO IDEA but it is possible. ... (7 replies)
... This could very well be the cause of her hair loss. ... (1 replies)

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