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... This happens more than you know! Also, if you don't already know, low thyroid hormones are often the cause of miscarriage. That's why, if you're planning other pregnancies soon, you need to get things in order to avoid more heartbreak. ... (9 replies)
... Jeez, that sucks. My heart goes out to you. I know what it like trying to ride that wave and hope you don't go down for the big one in the process. ... (14 replies)
... My first time here and I am really counting on your help. I actually trust all of you more than I trust my Endo. ... (4 replies)

... and my TSH was 1. ... (7 replies)
... I'm baffled your doctor said they are good, well ok at the same time these days not even anymore. Your FT4 is not even within ranges, no wonder you feet bad and your FT3 is low too. ... (22 replies)
... Thanks sammy for your quick response! I appreciate it! ... (22 replies)
... I just read some of your older posts. ... (22 replies)
... Please provide the lab range for T4, free. We can't tell if your result is low without the range. ... (7 replies)
... If I got the rearrangement correct, your labs are astoundingly out of whack... So much so that I don't have a clue what to make of them. Your TSH is screaming that you need a much higher dose than you are apparently taking, yet your FT4 and TT4 are screaming that you are terribly overmedicated. ... (3 replies)
... Maybe that only happens with older people and diabetics? ... (16 replies)
... I have been dx with Hashi... I was on .150 then it was increased to .175.You said that you were concerned that I may have T3 toxemia....what is that and what happens if I do? ... (12 replies)
... You are right, hypothyroidism is 8 times more prevalent in females than in males. ... (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)
... this is my last question. ... (10 replies)
Help w/ Bloodwork
Jan 11, 2013
... put me on 25mg of Synthroid and 5,000 units of Vitamin D3. He said I could be in the beginning stages of Hashimoto's, but he want to observe me regularly and see what happens. in the meantime he wants to treat my symptoms so I can start feeling better. ... (8 replies)
Help w/ Bloodwork
Jan 10, 2013
... If your FT4 is .3 and the range is . ... (8 replies)
... Yes, that's what I thought. ... (8 replies)
... and if their ranges are the typical ones seen in most of the bigger US labs, they are both well below the "normal" range. This is what makes you so very ill, not the high TSH. You see... TSH is just not a reliable indicator of thyroid status. It's a pituitary hormone, not a thyroid one. ... (9 replies)
... fficulties with Canadian doctors... they seem to be quite a bit further behind their American counterparts which considering the issues people in the States have is pretty bad. ... (2 replies)
... JMHO... I wouldn't worry too much about the FT3 at this point. It appears your bigger challenge is going to be to get him to prescribe an optimal dose of Synthroid. ... (2 replies)


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