... First, thanks to those who have replied to my questions, although I am not new to autoimmune disease I am new to thyroid problems and totally lost on it. ... (5 replies)
... And haven't some forward thinking Doctors suggested that many cases of fibromyalgia are actually symptoms of improperly treated thyroid problems? ... (13 replies)
... having both hypothyroidism for years and both being medicated, so at first, not really knowing about thyroid levels, I wasn't that surprised to hear that something was wrong with my thyroid. ... (0 replies)
... he noticed my thyroid was enlarged. TSH was normal. ... (0 replies)
... until I stopped taking birth control. The problems very very very gradually got better over 6 month and I felt 99. ... (3 replies)
... I think you must be feeling worse because something else is going on besides your thyroid. Your thyroid has responded well, but whatever else is going on may be worsening. I really recommend you get checked for lupus and parathyroid problems. ... (7 replies)
... Im a 27 year old male from Sweden who has been sick for perhaps all my life, or since i was very young.
I have been going to the doctors for almost 10 years and im still undiagnosed, pretty much all my tests have been normal.
I recently found this forum and decided to share my situation.
I divide my symptoms into 3 sections:
Appearance - I look very ill, pale and... (5 replies)
... I posted last week about my doctor running tests to determine why my cycle was so irregular lately. TSH was 3.83. I suspect my thyroid may have been the culprit for many of my symptoms I've had this past year. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not one who can evaluate labs like some of the others here can, but from what I've read on here, your numbers can be in the range but you can still have problems with your thyroid. ... (5 replies)
... oc at first started him on statins, and yes he developed muscle pain on them and decided to discontinue statins fairly early on when a savvy kidney Doc suggested thyroid testing for a possible reason for all 3 of those problems. ... (13 replies)
... normal' TSH and symptoms. You would be wise to seek out an enlightened thyroid doctor and get at least a trial treatment. ... (5 replies)
... Did things go back normal physically and mentally? I looked into ND's today and they are really expensive and don't take insurance. I don't get how so many are suffering and doctors say your labs are normal and you still don't feel well. (8 replies)
... Based on my experience, yes you can manifest symptoms of mental disorder with an untreated or improperly treated thyroid condition, and it's quite possible that the medication you were given wasn't helping you much. ... (8 replies)
... Lady Bud thanks for your response. Treating thyroid imbalances is easier said then done. I've too so MANY doctors and have been told when I was being treated your labs are normal. You should try antidepressants. ... (8 replies)
... Hypothyroidism can definitely cause depression, lethargy, apathy, memory problems, inability to make decisions, and many problems related to initiation, completing tasks, and self confidence. Once a person becomes hypothyroid, it doesn't just go away. ... (8 replies)
... hypo thyroid before they removed your thyroid? ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry you're going through all that. It gets to the point where one hates to try remedies for health problems that will just create new ones... At least, I'm at that point. ... (2 replies)
... I honestly cannot believe what is happening. 5 years ago I was leading a normal healthy life with no problems. My problems started with Avascular Necrosis in both hips. So in January of 2010 I had my right hip replaced and then in June of the same year I had the left hip replaced. ... (2 replies)
... I would love some input. My ferritin level was 3 and now have it up to 12. I had half of my thyroid removed last October due to a large tumor which turned out to be benign. Felt like I was going downhill for 4 months before my number's finally showed tsh of 5. ... (0 replies)
... MY Lyme tests say negative, i had the bulls eye rash recently and before that many ticks thru the years, always a new way of removing them while i was growing up..
I started searching for help with low thyroid, and when i had a reaction to low dose naltrexone, a woman there told me that means either i had a systematic yeast infection or Lyme disease, that those were the... (0 replies)