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... I am fat and one look at me says "HYPO" so all the docs prejudge the HYPO but my blood work originally was high Free and total T3 and normal upper range T4's yet my TSH always remained high but wildly fluctuating between 5. ... (4 replies)
... Definitely. You need progesterone to keep estrogen balanced. High estrogen causes symptoms that sound an awful lot like hypothyroidism. ... (15 replies)
... The problem is, I am still having trouble concentrating, a lot of trouble with memory, etc. I am NOT clinically hyperT either. No palpitations, sweating, weight loss, etc., etc. ... (16 replies)

... Judging by your TSH, you could use a dose increase, but TSH is not a really goood indicator of what you need. ... (4 replies)
... dition. I am not on any meds and never have been. I have been hyper for over five years but do not have any obvious symptoms. I tend to gain weight unless I'm very strict with what I'm eating. I weigh 173 pounds. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds pretty god, except I like to see Free T4 with it too. Since the med you are taking has both, it is important to test both. ... (16 replies)
... for thyroid tests. Maybe it wasn't "low" but it was supposed to be ELEVATED due to stress. Instead, it came out lower than what a truly healthy person who isn't very stressed should have. ... (16 replies)
... If you are under a great deal of stress, you would expect to see Cortisol at the high end of those lab ranges, if everything is working the way it should. ... (16 replies)
... I agree with what you said. ... (9 replies)
... A family history of TD puts you very much at risk. ... (13 replies)
... which in the summary on the lab report it says that thyroid disease can cause elevated ANA but mine is higher more like Lupus but no ohter symptoms of lupus or no other positive autoimmune tests. ... (13 replies)
... t think the thyroid treatment would be responsible for all the new symptoms and exacerbation of the fatigue, etc. ... (3 replies)
New to the board!
Oct 20, 2004
... pothalamus think your thyroid gland should be doing. Yours is elevated, indicating that your body is screaming out for more thyroid hormones. For many people a TSH above 2 indicates a problem, I was diagnosed hypothyroid with a TSH of 2.6, for example. ... (32 replies)
... Hashi's Thyroiditis in June of this year. I was started out on 100mg of Levoxyl and did fine, no problems whatsoever. ... (27 replies)
... First I want to say that you are not crazy and this absolutely could be your thyroid!! Oh 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)

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