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... 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)
... my advice to you is to get another appt. ... (4 replies)
... So sorry you had to experience that. Didn't your blood work show this Endo that you did not need an increase? ... (8 replies)

... ologist who has set up a surgeon consultation for me, I know the surgeon has been working at same hospital since 1984 but i'll still ask him how many of these he does when I see him. Ive had all those blood tests and all within range. Im 22 so definitely want it out if its this big now! ... (3 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)
... 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)
ArtfulD
Aug 2, 2002
... Hi there. Sounds like your doc started you on a med dosage that was a little too low for you, but that is normally the case. Increasing your dosage is a gradual process, and it's best to start the patient low. ... (3 replies)
... It isn't uncommon to have to switch MDs several times to get proper diagnosis and treatment. ... (5 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)
... Sorry you all slipped by me and I missed your results! Here I go. ... (248 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... it's taking up most of that area in the neck as it is, and can start growing down into your chest. ... (3 replies)
... Has your MD begun to treat your hypoadrenalism yet? ... (5 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 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)


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