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... I hope you're feeling back to normal and that you're being watched very closely by an endocrinologist. When someone hears the term thyroid storm, do not take it lightly. I have recent experience with this and let's just say I'm grateful to be alive to tell my story. ... (4 replies)
... So, it's 3 weeks since my GP put me on 50 Levothyroxine. ... (2 replies)
... hello everyone.. I am new to this board but not new to thyroid problems...instead of saying I hate my thyroid i should be saying it must hate me. ... (0 replies)

... This is confusing for me as everything seems backwards. I guess I don't know what TSH is exactly? ... (10 replies)
... I had strongly suspected that I might have thyroid disorder, since it is very common in my family and I have had a number of symptoms that have been slowly getting worse over the last few years. ... (2 replies)
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... Picked up my blood work results today and see that my Thoraxine level is in the low range at 5.71 when it should be between 6. ... (2 replies)
... OK, so, my GP called to say my thyroid might be causing my cholesterol levels to be off. But, based on my TSH only I would be considered HYPER which would cause my numbers to be LOW not HIGH. ... (1 replies)
... After doing some looking around, I was confused for the same reasons you pointed out. That if my TSH was low, my T3 or T4 should be high. I know my T4 is technically within range, I just know its on the low end of the range and my T3 is on the higher end of the range. ... (7 replies)
... Ok, I'm going to try to make this long story short. It's been a while since I posted anything here. Anyways, I've been trying to get this thyroid crap sorted out for a while. Saw a few doctors that just weren't what I was looking for, so I'm at doctor number 3. I was not referred, just chose him myself. ... (4 replies)
... I hardly ever post anymore due to so many that can put things in words better than me. But I was reading and saw your thread and wanted to add my support to you. ... (26 replies)
... I saw my third Endocrinologist last week. I was asked how do you feel. I said not good. He asked what symptoms was I having. I did not go through the whole list. I said fatigue, do not feel good, insomina and hair loss. ... (11 replies)
... I totally agree with Midwest1. You need to change your doctor. I suffered for 6 years with a PCP that insisted that I was "normal" at 5.4 with my TSH levels. I was gaining weight and depressed. Felt like crap all the time. I finally noticed a lump in my thyroid. ... (3 replies)
... I have recently been going gluten free to test this theory and while it has done nothing for my hashis it has certainly helped my tummy. The urinary tract also sounds a bit off have you had urine tested for bacteria? ... (1 replies)
... Hypothyroidism runs fairly deep on my mothers side, Mom says graves disease is also common. ... (15 replies)
... I noticed extreme muscle weakness inmy legs and hand tremors around March. I basically blew it off until I had to go to my Dr. for a sinus infection on July 1st. First thing she said was "you have an enlarged thyroid." Surely, not. I said. ... (5 replies)
... xtremely cold feet, severe fatigue, outer eyebrows thinning and dry eyes. I googled this and it said hypthyroidism. I went to the doctor..he agreed..and tested my TSH. It came back at 7.4. ... (0 replies)
... I have a 2.5cm nodule on my thyroid. It is solitary, hard and cold...from what I've read that's not the best scenario. ... (15 replies)
... ng to the next several months I'm scared to death! I've been diagnosed Graves Disease. I've been given the normal 3 choices, stay on meds hoping after a year to be taken off and return to normal, RAI, surgery. My endo tells me due to my high TSI count, I'm not an idea candidate to be able to be taken off meds. ... (2 replies)
... ormone issues as a lot of hypothyroid people actually have excess estrogen and low progesterone and this alone leads to weight gain in a lot of people. Also low thyroid and adrenal issues are listed as symptoms of being estrogen dominant. ... (15 replies)
... Accessn123 knows of some MDs closer to Knoxville. You may be able to send her a private message and ask if she can give you any recommendations. I will be moving to Oak Ridge this summer, but I will continue to use my Chattanooga IM. I hate to pass on a good MD when it took so long to find her. ... (6 replies)


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