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... First I want to say that you are not crazy and this absolutely could be your thyroid!! Oh my...how I can identify with you here. ... (10 replies)
... atest findings by the AACE state the range should be .2 to 2, and the published findings state a range of .2 to 2.5, so if you go by the latest findings, 2.14 is high ... as well, a total T4 is an old test and almost useless ... ... (10 replies)
A quick question
Aug 22, 2004
... range. There's no way the free T3 is high enough if the total is that low. ... (1 replies)

... egos and lack of ongoing effort to acquire knowledge get in their way, there's just no convincing them they might be wrong about something. ... (7 replies)
... that a lot of people at that same forum were having the same problem, all gradually getting back to normal now, I assume. It must take six weeks to recover, no permanent damage I hope, just a large chunk of my life wasted. Don't anyone else fall for that. ... (14 replies)
... yes, given your symptoms you most likely have a thyroid problem, esp. ... (13 replies)
Wrong tests?
Jul 29, 2004
... too, and my pulse was hi .. no chest pains tho' ... ... (16 replies)
... I know what ya mean about Kaiser, I've suffered with them too, and I'm ready to give it up on them as well, and change insurance companies. ... (4 replies)
... When you post test results, always post the lab's "normal" range along with them. Different labs use different ranges, and it's necessary to know where your result falls within the range. ... (2 replies)
K9mom please help
Jul 17, 2004
... s ago hoping to get some help from him but he didn't answer any of my questions. I was diagnosed hyper back in feb 04 and immediatly put on ptu had all the usual symptoms rapid hr high blood pressure sweating in FEB!! ... (2 replies)
New to all this
Jul 15, 2004
... Your TSH of 37 is unusually high. ... (5 replies)
... every 6 weeks....not before, and no later than 8 weeks or it will take too long to get the adjustment right. Don't forget, those readings should be in the upper third of the ranges for your lab. ... (13 replies)
... I just returned from the Doctor. He says my thyroid is not my problem and dx me with fibromyalgia. Also, I have high cholesterol. I have all the symptoms of hypo, but the Dr. says they are very similar to fibro. ... (2 replies)
... with Hashi's, when you were originally diagnosed, were your T3's in the high normal range? ... (9 replies)
... kineiseologist I have located. They seem so very nice, but are they for real? ... (5 replies)
... he had with him. He had my file in his hands and immediately asked me who he was to send his report to. I asked if he had received letters from 2 doctors? ... (23 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone can shed some light on hypothyroidism and HIGH blood pressure? ... (14 replies)
... own. The only time I've ever met anyone who did not respond to the medication was one lady in Australia who lived amid an apple orchard that was heavily sprayed with pesticides. We eventually concluded that it was the pesticides that triggered and continued to stimulate her antibodies and thus her Graves disease. ... (4 replies)
... own. The only time I've ever met anyone who did not respond to the medication was one lady in Australia who lived amid an apple orchard that was heavily sprayed with pesticides. We eventually concluded that it was the pesticides that triggered and continued to stimulate her antibodies and thus her Graves disease. ... (4 replies)
... sure hope you're n ot coming down with a stomach virus, but your symptoms ... well, never mind ... ... (5 replies)




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