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... My last thyroid test was 2 years ago. It was perfectly normal. All previous tests have always been well within the normal range. ... (3 replies)
... normal thyroid hormone results, but my tsh is always normal. Endo's don't prescribe me anything as low normal is normal for them even if I have symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... I have had my kidney, liver, vitamins, and blood count checked they are all normal. I think I have a thyroid problem but my doctor refuses to treat me. I know that there is a big debate whether the upper limit should be 3 or 5 for tsh. ... (0 replies)

... I'm new to posting and looking for some help from those who have dealt with thyroid problems and the tough journey of being diagnosed. I was diagnosed with stage IVa subglottic squamous cell carcinoma at 31 years old in 2014. ... (2 replies)
Is It My Thyroid?
Sep 18, 2017
... Thanks for the well wishes mergirl. I hope others respond to you as well especially midwest who has a good grasp on thyroid problems in general. Finding a great pcp is a good first step. You don't need an endo to treat thyroid problems if that's where your symptoms later lead. ... (5 replies)
Is It My Thyroid?
Sep 17, 2017
... At first I immediately suspected either Adrenal Fatigue or a Thyroid issue. I did a two week taper of prednisone earlier this year and it made me incredibly sick and made every single symptom I was already having worse. ... (5 replies)
... I've heard this is why I'm still exhausted, problems with heartburn, tongue burning, always cold, muscle pain. ... (1 replies)
... had her vocal cords permanently paralyzed in her thyroidectomy surgery, so I do have fears about the possible consequences of surgery especially on a thyroid as large as mine. ... (0 replies)
... And keep following up on your thyroid levels! ... (8 replies)
... There's a condition called "Hashitoxicosis" that could explain it. The antibodies responsible for Hashimoto's thyroiditis could be attacking the thyroid tissue, causing too much T4 to be released into the bloodstream, without causing TSH to rise as it normally would. ... (4 replies)
... Your FT4 of 1.1 is below lab median of 1.3, which would cause at least a few symptoms for most people and a lot of problems for others. ... (3 replies)
... which he thought possibly could be a thyroid issue so along with the normal blood tests for the physical he had my TSH and Free T4 tested as well. ... (3 replies)
Hives
Sep 16, 2017
... I had my thyroid removed on 8/15/17,non cancerous large goiter on left side and nodules in right side. After starting levothyroxine 100mcg once a day,I started to get hives and awful itching. Dr. switched me to brand synthroid,but I'm still having same problems. I'm getting tired of this after a months time. I have been taking benadryl 50 mg every 4 to 6 hours and this has... (1 replies)
... I read a large number of personal stories regarding thyroid problems and must say that apart from the above problem which seems to be improving, I was stunned that most of my other problems are thyroid related. ... (0 replies)
... hi all i think i have thyroid problems but blood test are normal tsh is between 0,96 and 2,9 free t3 6.8 free t4 19,3 anti tpo <10 my dad have my onkel my dads mother and grandmother had i have so many symptoms fog head small muscle cramp tinnitus i can see but harder to see than normal paresthesia (0 replies)
... I would appreciate any advice you can offer me. My thyroid problems began in early 80's when I gained 25 lbs in one month. Was diagnosed at that time as having Hypothyroidism and was put on Synthroid. ... (1 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)
... Hello...I was wondering if it's possible to have a normal TSH blood test result but still have thyroid problems (particularly hyper)? Also, if anyone could share their hyper symptoms that would be great. Has anybody ever heard of excessive belching as a symptom? muscle twitches? internal shakey feeling? difficult to gain weight? nausea? (1 replies)
... simply said you've got a goiter and looks to me like you've had some thyroid problems for quite some time!!!! I was MAD, FLOORED, SHOCKED. ... (3 replies)


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