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... Since prior studies, the areas of increased uptake within the right thyroidectomy bed has improved. Some residual uptake in the right thyroidectomy bed is evident. ... (1 replies)
TSH levels
Aug 4, 2015
... Synthroid almost never suppresses TSH unless the dose is very excessive. (However, natural thyroid hormone derived from pigs and synthetic T3 Cytomel usually suppress TSH to extremely low levels, due to the T3 component.) TSH can remained suppressed due to Graves' antibody activity for up to a year following RAI ablation or thyroidectomy. TSH may not rise until the... (2 replies)
... Hi, I had a total thyroidectomy in January (cancer), and my endo HATES prescribing anything other than Synthroid, but I insisted on Naturethroid. After a blood test she insisted that I add Synthroid, so I did. I now take both every day. I decided to go through my general doctor for my latest blood tests, and today she gave me blood results and said that I should slow... (0 replies)

... I am not aware of any Hasimoto's treatment that involves steroids. Typically you'd be prescribed Synthroid for this disease, and usually after a bit of time on the medication your symptoms would ease up. ... (6 replies)
... total thyroidectomy due to uncontrolled Graves Disease. ... (3 replies)
... Any particular reason as to why the TSH would not go down with an increase in the synthroid dosage? ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Graves' disease, had a full thyroidectomy Oct 16th, and about 2 weeks after I started taking 137mcg of Synthroid. I have been taking my meds once everyday as instructed. ... (1 replies)
Post Thyroidectomy
Nov 26, 2014
... d micro cells found on the other side. The surgeon said no RAI, but will wait to hear what endocrinologist says next week. The endo called in a Rx for 175mg of synthroid and the surgeon said to take 75mg for now. Feels like I have to make my own decisions. ... (3 replies)
... years ago. I was taking Synthroid and then later, had to start liothyronine as well. ... (5 replies)
... levothyroxine and wanted me back on the Synthroid. So, she wrote the RX for that. On June 13, I switched to Synthroid 175. On July 2, I got permission from my ENDO to go back to 200. So, July 3 started on 200 Synthroid. ... (3 replies)
... restart synthroid at 150mcg a day for now. Lab work scheduled and appt date already scheduled for endo in a few weeks. See surgeon in six months for his peace of mind. ... (5 replies)
... months. Liothyronine had also been added to my daily dose of Synthroid about 8 months ago. I saw him September was in the process of training for a Half Marathon in early October. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I am new here. A friend referred me to this site saying that people here were very knowledgeable about thyroid issues. I had a total thyroidectomy on February 26 this year due to dozens of fairly large nodules some compressing my windpipe. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I am new here. A friend referred me to this site saying that people here were very knowledgeable about thyroid issues. I had a total thyroidectomy on February 26 this year due to dozens of fairly large nodules some compressing my windpipe. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 33 year old girl. Had a thyroidectomy 16 years ago. I've been on synthroid ever since. I've tried Armour, and hated it. I've always felt my best on synthroid. I've been on 150mcg Synthroid for a while, but recently my TSH went up to 4. ... (1 replies)
... I had my thryroid out do to possible hurthle cell cancer (negative :)) I had it out Sept 9th.. for a long while after surgery, I had the tightness in my throat, like someone putting pressure on it, but it eased up, and I was feeling good, but I noticed, after I would ovulate, that pressure would come back. Has anyone ever experienced this before? not sure if its hormones or... (0 replies)
... Your T3 is very likely too low. See how it's at the bottom of its range? That could account for the weight trouble. Doctors are taught that T3 medications are never needed... That the body will convert exactly as much levothyroxine to T3 as it needs. It's patently untrue. Ask your doctor for a trial of Cytomel to go with your Synthroid. If he refuses, find a more... (2 replies)
... almost 3 mths since thyroidectomy, I am only on 125 synthroid, but yesterday doctor decreased that to 112 bc my TSH is 0.04(range 0.40-4.50) also my free t4 is 1.7(range 0.8-1.8) and T3(not free) is 91(range76-181) I feel ok but just ok. I have put on a few pounds in the last 3 mths that's kind of got me down. I don't have the get up and go I had but I still go.... Am I... (2 replies)
... You are helping me sooooo much. My primary care doctor and three endocrinologists think I'm imagining all my symptoms. My husband knows what my hair and skin looked like when I had the thyroid. I'm so disappointed that any of the four doctors I saw before surgery told me of the possible side effects I could have after removal. I just hope the bio med doctor can help me. ... (11 replies)
... I started treatment with Synthroid in Feb. 2003. It didn't go well, and after 6 months, the endo told me to quit it and wait until I was "sick enough" to "tolerate" it. ... (11 replies)


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