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... There are different types of medication, and your own body will determine which kind will work best for you. The main thyroid hormones are T4 and T3. ... (24 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)
... 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. ... (24 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)
... 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)
... s disease jumps to mind. It's an autoimmune disease and the most common cause of hypothyroidism in our part of the world. Pregnancy sometimes triggers worsening problems with thyroid regulation in people who have it. It may not cause problems until weeks to months after giving birth. ... (24 replies)
Hypothyrodism
Dec 9, 2014
... xchanged when someone is in need of another person to talk to in regards to their health problems. I have hypothyroidism, and have had it for most of my life, my problems are I am not responding well to the meds, I have such severe body aches when I take the med. ... (3 replies)
Please help
Dec 9, 2014
... t think I was at risk to begin with. So she said I might be having problems with my thyroid. ... (1 replies)
... they did some blood work but said that my thyroid was on the low side, yet they did nothing about this.... I am not sure why? ... (0 replies)
T3
Dec 4, 2014
... it would work against the other high number and help raise my TSH number to a more median number in the range. I am 57 and tired and sluggish all the time with problems sleeping. ... (5 replies)
T3
Dec 4, 2014
... That's going to depend on your current thyroid hormone levels, your hypo symptoms and the T3 doseage and it's timing. That's assuming you are actually hypothyroid. ... (5 replies)
... Your thyroid hormones look a lot like mine. My TSH fluctuates like that too and I also have some of the symptoms you described. ... (2 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. ... (4 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 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)


Associated Tags: antibodies, anxiety, graves, hashimoto's, obsessive compulsive disorder, tsi

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