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... years. The last several days I could have easily slept 15 hours a day. It's affected my career as well as destroyed my relationships and sex life. ... (1 replies)
... So this is my story. I am a 36 year old female and mother of two. As a child I had severe seasonal allergies and had to get injections of allergy medicine every other day. I was also susceptible to strep throat, sinusitis and bronchitis as a child and still as an adult. ... (0 replies)
... My calcium has been high on and off, anywhere between 10.0 and 11.0 for the last 4 years or so. My pth has never been out of range, but usually on the lower end of the range. ... (0 replies)

... The high TPO indicates you have Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Once you find a really good thyroid doctor to treat you, you ought to feel substantially better. ... (11 replies)
... On March 14th I woke up in the morning with what I believed to be a sore neck. I thought maybe I slept funny and figured it would start to feel better throughout the day. By lunch time it was noticeably harder to swallow and quite painful. ... (0 replies)
... I find this to be very unprofessional and annoying but fortunately the receptionist said that the doctor mailed me an official copy a few days ago so it should be in my mailbox tomorrow. ... (5 replies)
... The first time I had my TSH levels checked I was 25 and was having a hard time getting pregnant. ... (2 replies)
... I have asked my allergist who has had me on this regimen when the paradoxAse rose so high if i could go back down to 90 armour and she didnt advise it. I just am confused about the weight gain. I have a vaca scheduled in sept and would love to lose the nasty 20 i gained duing this process. ... (5 replies)
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... I have the same situation. Diagnosed hypo and was stable on levothyroxine for a year, then I suddenly started feeling hyper. ... (10 replies)
... avoid endocrinologists. They are extremely unwilling to prescribe Armour, and you may be unhappy with a synthetic med. ... (5 replies)
... Of course it's possible that TSH that high is your normal. It would be rare, though. The average TSH for a healthy person would be 1 to 2. ... (1 replies)
... given was minimal, not even the standard starting dose. Sometimes, too little Synthroid can be worse than none at all. That may be what happened with you. As high as your TSH was, you probably should have been prescribed 50 mcgs to start. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, so I got the letter in the mail today from my doctor and I'm somewhat annoyed. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Nick and welcome! It is always helpful to list your lab results with the lab's normal ranges in parentheses. If you can do that, we can see at a glance whether your numbers are high, low or ok. Your TSH is high and many people are using 3. ... (5 replies)
... if your TSH is zero, it means it is so low it is imperceptible or immeasurable. This would normally indicate hyperthyroidism and if T4 is truly normal, you could have T3 toxicosis. ... (3 replies)
... It's very likely you needed a dose increase if your TSH is that high. ... (2 replies)
... vibrations, hair loss, anxiety, shortness of breath, hand tremors, to name a few. But my free and total t4 and t3 numbers are all normal and TSH is actually high at around 6.8. Endo is at a loss. Anyone else have this going on? ... (2 replies)
... I am in normal range.I begged. ... (0 replies)
... EXTREMELY sensitive to the cold. Everyone that comes to my place says I live in a sauna and start to sweat buckets while I am just fine lol. I always have to wear layers upon layers at work. ... (1 replies)


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