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Feeling Hopeless
Jan 25, 2015
... except I have heat intolerance and sweating too, but the rest is right on. I am so tired and achy I can't get out of bed some days, I have hair falling out, mood problems etc. Dr. took me OFF med even though it was helping, because endo said it contributed to my nervous breakdown and my numbers weren't bad. ... (0 replies)
... to explain to her that I was exercising and tracking my calories and her response...she gave me a pack of papers of how to exercise and eat right. I can see why Thyroid problems can go untreated in so many people because many doctors are unsure or don't listen to the patient. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there everyone I'm also a newbie. I have to say I also feel better after reading others having problems with doctors not wanting to treat. ... (3 replies)

... on my ND, rather than my GP, for anything related to thyroid because she runs the correct tests and prescribes desiccated thyroid. ... (3 replies)
... Your TSH is probably not normal for YOU. The typical healthy woman has TSH closer to 1. Since you have so many symptoms that might be thyroid-related, you need a more extensive panel of tests. Seems you'll have to find a more knowledgeable MD to do it. You won't get anywhere with that one. The best tests for revealing hypothyroidism are TSH together with free T4,... (3 replies)
... Two years ago, I was visiting a pain management clinic for joint pain. The doctor noticed I had an enlarged thyroid and wanted to run some tests. ... (7 replies)
... I have done so much research since my unwarranted hysterectomy and all the problems that ensued. Hysterectomy can disrupt the endocrine system and even cause the ovaries to shut down. ... (2 replies)
... none that explain these. She was seen in genetics last year and had extensive labs done. Two of those were TSH and Total T4. The genetics doc was not looking for thyroid issues, as those were just part of pages of labs done, which came back in the "normal" range and was never mentioned. ... (3 replies)
... you always need to look at your actual thyroid levels and your symptoms too. ... (9 replies)
... TPOAb that high is a clear sign of Hashimoto's thyroiditis and I don't think any "natural remedy" will fix that, the only thing one can do is replace the thyroid hormones one is missing. ... (7 replies)
... Hello :wave: It would be helpful if you posted your actual thyroid levels and the doses you have been given in each situation - it's very hard to comment your current situation with this little info. Do you have any other symptoms that would help identify the root of your problems? That said, it's possible your hypoT is getting worse rapidly, your medication can't keep up... (9 replies)
... I decided on my own to have my thyroid studies done again, paid for them myself. ... (7 replies)
... Many doctors don't diagnose thyroid problems because the test results are borderline, and sometimes even if you do fall within the normal parameters for thyroid function you can still be symptomatic and need treatment. Everyone is a bit different. ... (7 replies)
... Hey Guys I am have been worrying for the past week after my yearly checkup and bloodwork about having a possible thyroid issue. ... (1 replies)
... I should add that you probably shouldn't limit your search to endos. Most general practice doctors are capable of treating thyroid problems and can order the tests you seek. You just need to find one that is willing. Finding one that Rx's Armour is probably as good a start as any. ... (1 replies)
... If you don't mind my asking, how did your memory problems manifest themselves? ... (7 replies)
... and I had problems with memory. ... (7 replies)
... weeks before I felt better, I think it just eventually went away. Every time I had anxiety the doctor would draw a TSH but no other thyroid testing, and it has always been "normal" so no further testing was done. We just chalked it up to mental health issues. ... (26 replies)
... Hi all, I've been suffering from a handful of assorted health problems for several years and had my thyroid tested a few months ago, among other things. The TSH was low, indicating hyperthyroid so the doctor tested me for Grave's disease. ... (0 replies)
... menopause and ovarian failure. My mom has suffered from thyroid disease her whole life so it makes sense that I would be plagued with this. ... (2 replies)


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