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... On my first pregnancy my TSH was high and endo thinks that is why I lost it, but on my second pregnancy I was in optimal levels and still lost the baby. ... (2 replies)
... then. It is worth while to ask your pediatrician if they ran a TSH, FT4, Ft3 on your child at birth. They are supposed to, but it is not set in law. My SIL is an OB so I get the latest findings in that regard. ... (5 replies)
... The most common underlying cause of hyperthyroidism is Grave's disease, a condition named for an Irish doctor who first described the condition. Graves' disease affects women much more often than men. ... (0 replies)

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... I understand about wanting to get started with the new dose as soon as possible. When I need an increase it is because I am not feeling well. ... (26 replies)
... Thanks! i'm 25 jears old and fit man. i make a lot of sport. i had EKG, ultrasound heart and 24 hours heart monitoring. all was ok. my average beat was 63. i was taking Concor beta blocator but i felt the same only my heart rate fell under 40 but i also felt my heart beating. is Atenolol the same as Concor? do Atenolol lower the Thyroid hormons or only lower the... (23 replies)
... emoval of the adenoma and for RTH, beta blockers are the first choice. If they fail to control it adequately, then either DT4, TRIAC or T3 are used to lower the TSH and thereby bring down the thyroid hormone levels. They still haven't come up with the ideal treatment but it can be controlled if it is recognized. ... (23 replies)
... T3 Uptake is just an indicator of the rate you are converting T4 to T3. 40 was high.. by a little. This is just an indication of over conversions of T4 to T3.. ... (1 replies)
... 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)
... have the blood tests and on the other hand we have what our patients are telling us, which is a lot of people seem to talk about the same symptoms even if their blood tests do not reflect it. ... (11 replies)
... ray and blood work, which was okay. He increased my meds. ... (11 replies)
Milk production??
Jul 17, 2003
... Being hypothyroid causes an increase in prolactin, the hormone responsible for milk production. ... (3 replies)
... MFM. The MFM if upto date on the latest thyroid care for pregnant women will tell you that you need an FT4 level ABOVE 1. TSH is IRRELEVENT! The stop testing it and ONLY go by your FT4 and FT3 levels. ... (6 replies)
... In order to understand Graves' Disease, you first need to understand your thyroid gland and what it does. ... (2 replies)
... There will be an adjustment period for nearly everyone who starts thyroid hormone. I've heard reports such as yours but can't say it was true for me. ... (6 replies)
... of thought was HG was simply and only the overproduction of insulin. Now more scientists and doctors have studied this and theorize that there are other common causes of HG, one is a sluggish liver. ... (20 replies)
... s "wound down" as a result of the disrupted blood flow and feedback loop. And it has obviously crippled your entire endocrine system. I have to wonder if you had an underlying thyroid problem that caused the uncontrolled bleeding. Unfortunately, this is too often not considered by gynecologists. ... (4 replies)
... Speaking in generalities, your TSH is higher than the average healthy person's, which would be close to 1.0. That alone suggests your dose could be higher. ... (14 replies)
... Well... What do you want me to do about it? ... (9 replies)


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