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... They did test for anemia too when they did the initial blood work and confirmed I'm not anemic, but I'll need to look into these other possibilities as well. Thank you! (5 replies)
... Its common for hypothyroid people to misdiagnose hypothyroidism for long before getting treatment. Anyway what you can do now is do these blood tests to rule out all common fatigue and low metabolism symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... checked, what would a deficiency in these two speficic vitamins indicate? ... (25 replies)

... l migraine if I stay out in it too long. I do try to get some sun in 15 minute bursts a few days a week. This will help you naturally produce vit D. Vitamin D is important. The major function of vitamin D in the human body is to maintain normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus. ... (8 replies)
... Vitamin D is low which MAY be causing the bone pain. 19. ... (1 replies)
... I had not read anything like this. I am hypo and am also taking ferrous sulphate to raise my ferritin from 18. I did read, as I am sure you know, about needing to separate the thyroid hormone from the iron by a few hours. ... (31 replies)
... At what level a "deficiency" should be defined is a hot topic. Some drs follow the standard lab values, while some understand that a deficiency at a higher minimum can profoundly affect one's stamina and health. ... (5 replies)
Aug 23, 2013
... Regrettably so much of what you have gone through emotionally is what I went through too. And, if you read this board you will find that many, many , many people go through emotional roller coasters. But this should get better. ... (9 replies)
... CCP that could be run. If xrays show erosions of joints, that is characteristic of RA. A good rheum should be able to sort that out. ... (15 replies)
... ut they can sometimes be eliminated by starting thyroid replacement very cautiously and gradually. The thyroid feedback loop eventually will turn off once there is adequate circulating exogenous hormone in the bloodstream. It isn't an instant fix, but it's worth doing for the payback afterward. ... (7 replies)
... il I moved to the vit d soft capsules with oil that my vit d level really started to move. As mentioned a cheap , readily available vit d oil suspension formula is Country Life and they have high doses as well like 2500 and 5000. ... (10 replies)
... for reference, my MCV is 93. ... (7 replies)
... and ferritin deficiency is common in women too. ... (3 replies)
... lots of people with Hashimoto's also have Vit D deficiency, low iron or ferritin, low or high calcium, etc. My doctor is also checking for celiac disease. Are you currently taking thyroid meds? ... (7 replies)
... even my pharmacist mentioned that 25 mcg of levothyroxine is negligible. ... (6 replies)
... When we're hypo we don't absorb vitamins and minerals well because of the effects of slowed metabolism and we become deficient in many of them. What exactly was your ferritin level? ... (3 replies)
... What test is that, just a ferritin test? ... (8 replies)
... Deiodinase deficiency or low ferritin will cause problems converting T4 to T3. ... (9 replies)
... It means you have Hashi's and your doctor is uninformed. ... (6 replies)
... Low ferritin and low Vitamin D are extremely common with thyroid sufferers. You need to get both up to the higher end of your lab range. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: celiac, hasamoto's disease, hashi's, hypothryroid, hypothyroidism, iodine, thyroid, tsh

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