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... Thanks for your help, it is soooo much appreciated and your input. I would be be around the twist I think with out this Blog. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know how much my free T4 has changed though. I did get all of the standard thyroid blood work done, but I never received a copy of it, so I only know the two results I got over the phone. ... (11 replies)
... are. It is too common, but as long as MDs cling to the NORMAL range and statistical averages we are going to have to fight for the care that we deserve. BUT personally I think we are all worth the fight. ... (13 replies)

... Has your MD begun to treat your hypoadrenalism yet? ... (5 replies)
... Would you happen to know the abbreviation a lab would use for lumphocytes and neutrophils, which I've never heard of? ... (26 replies)
Thyroid Fatigue
Jul 14, 2008
... Diffuselly heterogeneous" is a common Ultra Sound anomaly associated with Hashimoto's. It means that the thyroid tissue is not consistent in density through out. This means something is causing holes or zones of varying density through out your thyroid and it is getting worse as time progresses. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry you all slipped by me and I missed your results! Here I go. ... (248 replies)
... The FR alpha subunit is a test i have only seen once before, I dont even know what it is. Actually you do have graves antibodies present but does not necesarrily mean at this time they are active. ... (7 replies)
... Hi. Thank you so much for your post. No I don't have Hashi's. ... (9 replies)
... I'm new to this board and amazed at the wealth of knowledge here. I wonder if anyone can help me with my problem. I'm 56, post menopausal, diagnosed with Hashimoto's in 1999 and been on Synthroid ever since. Have gone from a dose of . ... (11 replies)
... Y, You are so fortunate to have a doctor who was willing to run those scans. What type of doc was it..endo? ... (6 replies)
... My doctor offered me birth control pills but I can't take them. It raises my blood pressure to high. Even though I'm on high blood pressure meds now I don't know if I could handle it. ... (10 replies)
Lab results
Mar 18, 2006
... is my diagnosis but I was always wondering what was causing it and I wanted to know the reason why I couldnt tolerate my meds..I wasnt for sure if it was female hormones throwing it off, cortisol, dietary so forth and so on.. ... (20 replies)
... Hi, first of all, I cannot tell you how much information I've gleaned from this board since I found out I'm hypo. ... (4 replies)
My Thyroid?
Apr 22, 2005
... I know that achey feeling in the legs, I have it as well and its present when my thyroid levels are off, better when they are not. ... (1 replies)
... The GP's were doing their usual testing whenever you go in complaining that you have weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, etc. ... (1 replies)
... Well I went to my endo today because I have problems with elevated thyroid antibodies. Well I'm 5'7" and about 190. Not to sound conceited, but I don't look it. ... (7 replies)
... my advice to you is to get another appt. ... (4 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)
... 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)


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