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... or allergies. My hyperthyroidism was discovered during my annual physical. ... (105 replies)
... There is a protocol for treating Hashi's where thyroid hormones are replaced to the point where the thyroid no longer receives signalling from the pituitary. This will essentially shut down the thyroid and cause a very suppressed TSH. Since antibodies will only attack a functioning thyroid, total suppression prevents this from happening along with all the accompanying... (4 replies)
... Your TSH is hardly hyperthyroid. Do you have the ranges for the Free T4? I'm guessing you are at or near bottom of range and this would indicate hypothyroid. A free T3 is also needed to see just how hypothyroid you are. You can have a lot of weird symptoms with hypothyroidism that can be confused with hyper. I have a thing called POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia... (9 replies)

... five of the weeks of my illness. Something published by the American Endocrine Society in 2007, makes the case that the risk of doing nothing in severe cases of hyperthyroidism outweighs the risk of the PTU even in, if not especially in, the first trimester. ... (66 replies)
... this has probably been undiagnosed for several years. ... (4 replies)
... I do not have typical Graves disease. My uptake was low at 2.6 at 2 hours and 3.6 at 24. Thinks I have a thyroiditis. I am still getting over the allergic reaction to the methimazole. I just feel really horrible and am not allowed to even work part-time from home right now. I am just to sick and she started me on this horrible prednisone which is causing high anxiety, but... (15 replies)
... The doctor needs to do a CT scan - you could very well have pheochromocytoma, a benign tumor on the adrenal medula. TWO people that I know personally thought they had undiagnosed hyperthyroidism and when they finally got checked after I told them about adrenal issues, they both had this (it is supposedly rare). Both had problems with high cholesterol, so I'm wondering how... (7 replies)
... Hyperthyroidism is often confused with psychiatric illnesses. Undiagnosed hyperthyroidism sometimes results in inappropriate use of psychotropic medications. ... (21 replies)
... I went undiagnosed for some time and when I was finally diagnosed I was critically hyper, and my doctor nearly had kittens when she saw my lab results. ... (9 replies)
... Hypothetically speaking, if someone had been in the ER earlier this week for undiagnosed (severe) hyperthyroidism (had all the classic symptoms), and suddenly worsened with horrible anxiety, heart palpitations, high blood pressure, nervousness (resulting in going to the ER). Also say this person arrived to the ER with blood pressure in the 190's n diastolic in the low 90's,... (2 replies)
... or undiagnosed for 7 years. I can't say this is true in your case without seeing thyroid lab results from all those years. ... (5 replies)
... are now being missed because of that flawed test that MDs had to call the 'new' undiagnosed illnesses something instead of hypothyroidism. Voila! ... (8 replies)
... I was told I had Hyperthyroidism/thyroiditis, was sent in for ( thyroid cancer) scans and bloodwork when I went back in the Dr told me I was currently "undiagnosed" and wanted me to wait 4 weeks to do another blood test which I haven't had done yet due to other Heath issues.. Anyway starting about a week ago I started to just feel sick, sometimes I had an unsettled stomach... (4 replies)
... blown hyperthyroidism or restoration of euthyroid status. ... (54 replies)
... I was told I have hyperthyroidism when I was about 12, but for no good reason never got on any medication for it. ... (0 replies)
... I was told I have hyperthyroidism when I was about 12, but for no good reason never got on any medication for it. ... (0 replies)
... Wow, all of that makes so much sense. I've been concerned that I've had something else going on (of course, one internet search of my symptoms yields such results as ALS, MS etc.), which is why I'm seeing a neurologist as a precaution later today. I've had persistent myopathies whilst on neomercazole, so I'm pretty happy to be halving that dose, so I'm happy that I can... (19 replies)
... y people. Since there is an estimated very large number of hypothyroid people out there, the lower ends of the lab ranges are thought to be applicable to those undiagnosed hypothyroid people. ... (19 replies)
... My hyperthyroidism was discovered during my annual physical and, by that time, my hyper symptoms were quite minor. ... (3 replies)
... Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are very unhealthy. ... (6 replies)




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