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... over and got rid of the antibodies. I though that the numbers are enough to be an early sign that the body has a problem and started the process of damaging the thyroid gland. So i wanted to improve my diet and then in two months check again when i see the functional medicine doctor. Am I paranoid? ... (3 replies)
... I think you posted this on the wrong board. This board is related to thyroid problems not adrenal ones so you probably won't get any answers. But that said, I have to admit my ignorance. What is adrenal fatigue? ... (2 replies)
... ld just be stressing out over the holidays like many of us do. If you've been treated for hypo for the last 20 years I seriously doubt the hashi's is causing new thyroid problems at this point though it was likely responsible for your thyroid burning out from the get go. ... (3 replies)

... I wouldn't worry about the thyroid antibodies. Though sometimes they can be an indicator of future thyroid disease that isn't a given and they are present in some people with totally normal thyroid function.Your antibodies are still relatively low. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like you've had a rough couple of months and I'm sure your thyroid crisis was frightening. I can't answer your question about antibodies but just want to send some hugs and healing thoughts your way. Good Luck tomorrow. ... (2 replies)
... Never had problems with gluten foods, I always tried to eat organic and fresh food. And I cook everything myself as I love to cook. ... (3 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)
... the reality in the US. Since thyroid problems can be caused by several things, for instance a pituitary or other endocrine gland problem, comparing TSH with free thyroid hormone levels gives a better understanding of what might be causing the problem if there is one. ... (5 replies)
Thyroid nodules
Nov 11, 2014
... Thanks for responding. My T3 and T4 levels were within normal range and my antibody testing has been negative. Because of that, my endo delayed the uptake scan, she said the nodules could be intermittently causing the problems, because I do have some symptoms of hyperthyroidism off and on. The FNA was done on the two largest nodules, but the ultrasound showed multiple nodules... (5 replies)
... Yes, subclinical hyperthyroidism is possible. As for which endo to choose, I can only offer mho based on the knowledge that thyroid problems have no greater impact than during pregnancy with implications for both you and your baby. ... (3 replies)
Thyroid nodules
Nov 11, 2014
... ur nodule was large enough to warrant biopsy but they can get much bigger. I have seen a goiter the size of a basketball that went untreated because it caused no problems other than cosmetic. ... (5 replies)
... I have a family history or thyroid problems, my mum has underactive and has been on medication all my life, my grandmother is the same as my mother. ... (7 replies)
... did this about 7 times. I don't know if this is a coincidence or not. So, went to my family doctor and I expressed my concerns about my stomach is related to the thyroid med. And, would she switch me to Armour or a natural thyroid med because I'm tired of the hypo symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... Thyroid Ultrasound showed that my thyroid was under attack, but 0 nodules. ... (3 replies)
... I'd still take a wait and see attitude and continue with followups. Once the thyroiditis subsides, a clearer picture of your true thyroid status should emerge. Until then, it's really hard to sort out acute problems from the chronic. ... (5 replies)
... en I didn't take it, my stomach would feel wonderful. I did this about 7 times. So, went to my GP and I expressed my concerns about my stomach is related to the thyroid med. And, would she switch me to Armour or a natural thyroid med because I'm tired of the hypo symptoms. She absolutely refused. ... (7 replies)
... I had gained 30 pounds, I wore a fleece when it was 80 degrees, my total cholesterol was about 350, and all the rest. My doctor failed to test my thyroid for years and instead lectured me about diet and exercise, both of which I did just fine with. ... (0 replies)
... If I were you I would go to your doctor and explain the symptoms....insist on some blood panels and have all your thyroid levels checked...TSH and also ask him or her to run FT3 and FT4...the labs will include the ranges. ... (3 replies)
... How long did it take you to get all your levels up? (10 replies)
... ls are low, you won't be able to handle T3 in any form. I've finally managed to get all my levels up high enough to be able to fully tolerate my desiccated Erfa Thyroid and am starting to feel much better. ... (10 replies)


Associated Tags: antibodies, armour, graves, hashimoto thyroid disease, hyperparathyroidism, levothyroxine, levothyroxine and t3, nodule, stomach, synthroid, thyroid, tsi

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